A facelift can transform your appearance, but it is an invasive procedure that has a significant recovery period and requires patients to take particular care while they are healing.
If you are self-conscious about excess skin and fat on your stomach, you may be considering a form of cosmetic surgery known as a tummy tuck. Also known as abdominoplasty, a tummy tuck is a very popular procedure that is most often requested by patients after they have experienced pregnancy and childbirth or after they have lost a great deal of weight. This is because both of these often result in sagging, loose skin that doesn’t respond to diet and exercise. Abdominoplasty can also tighten the underlying abdominal muscles to further improve the appearance of your stomach area. However, it is important to note that a tummy tuck is not a weight loss tool, but an effective way to enhance your appearance once you reach a weight that you are happy with.
A deviated septum is a condition in which the piece of bone and cartilage that divides the nasal cavity in half is either significantly off-center or crooked. It is something that you can be born with or something that happens as a result of trauma to your nose such as blunt force injury to the face. However, having a deviated septum can have a considerable effect on your ability to live an active and fulfilling life.
Being unhappy with an aspect of your appearance is not unusual. For many women, the feature that makes them the most self-conscious is their breasts. This part of the female form is often associated with femininity and attractiveness, and sometimes women who have been graced with smaller breasts feel that they lack some of these traits. You might also feel that your breasts look out of proportion for your frame, or you want to enjoy shopping for a different style of clothes. Whatever your reason for considering breast augmentation surgery, our experienced surgeon, Dr. Jaimie Garza, can transform the appearance of your shape and give you the curves that you desire.
Otoplasty, better known as ear correction surgery, is a very common procedure that is designed to alter the size or shape of the ears, or to pin them back closer to the head if they are particularly obtrusive. It is most often carried out on adolescents, although it isn’t unusual for an adult to opt for this procedure in later life. Although it is not the most invasive of cosmetic procedures, it is still important that you allow yourself or your child sufficient time to recover and heal after their surgery. This will help to reduce the risk of complications and ensure that you achieve the best possible cosmetic result from the procedure.