Monthly Archives: March 2012

Getting Back to Normal After a Tummy Tuck

Many of my patients who choose to have a tummy tuck in Dallas lead healthy lives and are very active. It comes as no surprise, then, that they want to get back to the gym as soon as possible after surgery. Although I encourage all of my patients to take as much time off as necessary to heal completely, I…

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Choosing the Right Breast Size

Selecting the proper implant size for your breast augmentation in Dallas is more than simply a matter of personal preference. Although your individual taste is important, physical attributes also influence what implant size will give you the best results. Three features that I take into consideration when evaluating patients are: Current Breast Dimensions Your current breast dimensions play an important…

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Facelift Quiz: Test Your Knowledge

There are numerous reasons why so many women in Dallas choose facelift surgery to give themselves a younger appearance. How much do you really know about the procedure? Take this short quiz and find out. 1. True or False: Facelift surgery gives a tighter appearance to the whole face. Answer: False. Facelift surgery typically only improves the lower half of…

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How Smoking Affects Facelift Surgery

Most individuals who smoke are aware of numerous health hazards. However, smokers considering plastic surgery are sometimes unaware of the effects smoking has on procedures such as a facelift in Austin, TX. Smoking interferes with the body’s ability to heal, meaning that your recovery period could be prolonged if you smoke before or after the procedure. Generally, I ask my…

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Tummy Tucks vs. Body Contouring Garments

During the past few years, I’ve seen a number of advertisements for contouring garments designed to shape the body for a more desirable appearance. While these garments can provide temporary enhancement, many people find them to be uncomfortable, and the same old discontent with their bodies returns when they take the garments off. For people who want a more permanent…

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