Becoming a mother is one of the most beautiful experiences a woman may have. Unfortunately, motherhood causes significant changes — some permanent — to the woman’s body.
The majority of women with breast cancer will undergo some sort of surgery as part of their treatment program. This is usually predominantly to remove the cancer from the breast, but in some cases, surgery is necessary as part of the diagnostic procedure or to determine if the cancer has spread beyond the breast area. Some women will also choose to have their breast tissue removed to prevent the cancer from returning in the future, and a very small number choose to have surgery to remove the breasts to avoid breast cancer altogether (usually due to a strong family history of breast cancer, or gene testing to show that they are exceptionally high risk). The removal of a single breast is known as a mastectomy, and if both breasts are removed, it is called a double mastectomy. Many women who undergo a mastectomy later decide to have their feminine curves restored using breast reconstruction surgery.
The primary goal of laser skin resurfacing is to enhance your skin’s appearance and texture. The American Board of Cosmetic Surgery recommends either non-ablative or ablative laser resurfacing. Non-ablative doesn’t strip off layers of your skin while ablative uses erbium or carbon dioxide to remove your skin’s outer layers to correct issues. If you want to see what qualifies someone needs to have to be a candidate for laser skin resurfacing, here’s what you should know.
Today, butt implants are one of the fastest-growing forms of plastic surgery. This procedure is perfect for anyone who is looking for better body proportions and appealing curves. Unlike other procedures, the Brazilian butt lift creates naturally sultry bodies with no implants or artificial fillers.
Breast lift surgery is a very popular procedure, particularly among women who have had children or who have lost a significant amount of weight. Both of these can contribute to the natural effects of gravity on breast tissue, which can lead to sagging and drooping. If you feel that your breasts hang too low and it is affecting your confidence and self-esteem, if you are fed up with clothes not fitting properly or experiencing irritation under your breasts as a result of their position, you may be interested in breast lift surgery.
Scarring is completely normal. In fact, you may not be able to see them, but estimates suggest that the vast majority of people have some sort of scar somewhere on their body. This could be the result of a common problem like acne, the result of an accident such as coming off your bike or a much more significant scar caused by a major trauma to your body.
Cosmetic surgery keeps changing year after year depending on social norms. Each year comes with more advanced procedures. Back in the day, cosmetic surgery was expected to change the way a person looked. The more different the person looked post-procedure, the more successful it was. Society today has accepted people in their true nature. The year 2020 is a marker for non-invasive cosmetic procedures. These days, people want cosmetic procedures that keep them looking as natural as possible. Most of these procedures aim to achieve change using a seamless treatment.
Cosmetic companies have long been introducing innovative solutions that solve countless skin conditions ahead of other brands. Over the last several years, though, there seems to be a renewed inspiration flowing into our skincare regimes through technology.
Considering Brazilian Butt Lift surgery? A Brazilian Butt Lift, or BBL, adds fullness and lift to slim or sagging buttocks. If you would like a firmer, rounder, more “elevated” booty, we at Bermudez Aesthetic Medicine have (literally) got your back! To start you off, here are the top five questions to ask your plastic surgeon, and yourself, before surgery.
Our face is one of the biggest betrayers of advancing age, and unsurprisingly, anti-aging treatments are becoming increasingly popular as we try to delay the effects of getting older for as long as possible.