Modern advancement has witnessed an increase in the popularity of liposuction. It is a cosmetic surgery, carried out (and should always be) by a dermatologic surgeon to remove excess fat from a person’s body. Essentially, obtaining the needed results, that might have been achieved through physical exercise.
Liposuction may be able to achieve the desired results and the person undergoing it may turn out to be leaner than before. It can be carried out effectively on the hips, thighs, stomach, buttocks or arms. The further groundbreaking discoveries in the field of medical science have even made it possible to carry out the surgery in other body areas. Now people can have a proper facelift (by removing extra fat from the facial region) or breast reductions.
When you think of plastic surgery, you’re probably more likely to think of women than men. Sexist? Maybe. Reality? Definitely.
So you’ll be surprised then to learn that men have hopped on board the vanity train, scheduling plastic surgery appointments more frequently than ever before. Yup, it turns out that Botox, Restylane, and Juvederm; nose jobs; breast reductions; and even liposuction aren’t only reserved for us gals.
Lynda Barens has brought clients up fire escapes to avoid the paparazzi. One time she hired a helicopter to get a VIP to a doctor’s appointment.
What Barens does is act as a private concierge for clients, mostly men, seeking plastic surgery, mostly in Hollywood and Beverly Hills.
From chronic aches and pains to just plain old discomfort, there are a variety of reasons why someone may decide to get a breast reduction. But there’s a lot of misinformation out there about the surgery itself, and because of that, it can be difficult to recognize the physical signs and symptoms that can help you tell if a breast reduction is right for you.
If you’re considering getting a breast reduction surgery, here are seven physical signs to look out for, according to experts.
Many people assume that plastic surgery is only for adults seeking cosmetic alterations, but have you ever stopped to think that children need plastic surgery too?
Unlike most adult plastic surgery cases where patients are getting Botox, fillers, lifts and reductions to achieve a “dream look,” pediatric plastic surgery is much more than that. Many plastic surgery cases for children are done for medical purposes and focus on providing care to restore craniofacial functions.
For a significant amount of people, having large breasts isn’t all fun and games. Carrying an extra few pounds around can cause all sorts of problems, from shoulder grooving, to back and neck pain, and even sweating and rashes. But breast reduction surgery, although quite common, is often misunderstood. Luckily, plastic surgeons can break it down a bit.
First of all, if you’re considering a breast reduction, you are not alone.
The number of men going under the knife for procedures to make them look more manly, kick-start a major weight-loss transformation, and just become more confident overall has risen exponentially, according to new stats from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Surgeons are seeing younger men come in for body contouring procedures.
Older men, on the other hand, are having more minimally invasive procedures to look younger.