You have made the decision to have a tummy tuck and improve the contours of your abdomen, but you still have questions like, "will my belly button look weird after my tummy tuck?" The short answer is not in most cases. However, by taking a closer look at what happens to your belly button during and after a tummy tuck can help you better understand what occurs and how to support a good end result.
So, you've made the decision to have a breast augmentation but are you familiar with the implant measurements and what that means for your cup size? Chances are you've heard of cc's but haven't quite figured out how that translates to how your bras will fit. Here are some things you should know to help you figure out the implant size to cup size ratio.
As you age, collagen production in your skin decreases and signs of aging may start to creep in. From lines and wrinkles to sagging skin, these changes may have you wondering if it is time to consider a facelift. Maybe your friends are having them done or you have seen your favorite celebrity looking rejuvenated and youthful. But how do you know if it's the right time for you? While everyone is different, here are three signs that you might be ready for[...]
When it comes to a tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, one question often asked is how to minimize the scar. While tummy tucks do create a scar, Dr Kolder does his best to place these scars in areas where they are less likely seen. While everyone heals differently, scars should heal and fade with time. But once your procedure is complete, there are some things that you can do to aid the healing process and help reduce the scar’s appearance.
You have made the decision to conquer the signs of aging on your face and neck with a facelift procedure. You are getting excited and preparing for your new younger look, but the unknown of any medical procedure can make people a bit uneasy. Knowing what to expect after your procedure and during recovery can help put your mind at ease. This little guide gives you an idea of what to expect with recovery and when to expect to see those amazing facelift results.
Every woman knows that when you’re losing weight, your breasts are often the first place to show it. Like it or not, breast size can be closely linked to fluctuations in your weight. So, if you’re considering breast enhancement, but still have a little weight to lose, is it best to make it to your goal weight before having surgery? What is the ideal weight for breast augmentation?