I have watched with more than 1,000 women as they went through painful liposuction, and abdominoplasty type surgeries with more than 2,000 additional procedures during the same period. pillow biter, cheek implants, injections and other procedures were performed with all sorts of high-tech items that are meant to somehow minimize the pain associated with these surgeries.
It is my sincere hope that this information will help you to avail of better options through an abdominoplasty that can be performed in your doctor’s office with less stress and less expense. Ladies, these facts may upfront be hard to swallow, but I really want you to know that I have changed my philosophy regarding some of these ill-effects that I hold dear to my heart.
Consider silicone gel implants. In simple terms, they are silicone bags that are filled with a silicone insert to supposedly ‘fill in’ the bag. I could not believe that silicone was going to be part of my body, so I was equally not surprised when I felt a little pull in my gut. Besides, I had experienced enough pain through years of invasive surgeries with little silicon implants to know that I would rather not have a foreign body weighing down my body.
Silicone implants are foreign, but they serve no purpose except to plump out the fleshy part of your breast that bulges out from the cap. They won’t necessarily make your breasts bigger in size terms, and they may not enhance your overall confidence. After all, breast implants are not going to give you the same look that you had in your teens or early 20’s.
Circumareolar or nine-tone breast implants are also another option. These are silicone bags that are shaped like a cylinder, and they are placed inside your breast in order to hold everything in place. Again, they aren’t going to give you any lift or processor toned breasts.
While you are choosing between saline and silicone implants, it is a good idea to not rush into surgery. You really don’t want to deal with pain, scars, and large amounts of loose skin when you are too emotional. This is reason enough for you to adopt the position of “cynerasty before surgery” so that you can make sure that you deal with the emotional stress that may come along with the surgical process itself. You just need to make sure that you have identified a good plastic surgeon to work with, and that you feel comfortable enough with him.
During your search for a surgeon, make sure to talk to family, friends, and co-workers. Some people may be very helpful in knowing if a surgeon is qualified and experienced.
Friends and family may also be able to recommend a good cosmetic surgeon to you. The co-workers of your friends may also be able to provide you with a short list of potential surgeons. If you know of someone who is a certified plastic surgeon, ask them if they can help you locate a good surgeon.
One of the best things that you can do for yourself is to talk to your surgeon! Between you and your surgeon are many options when it comes to undergoing reconstructive surgery. The more you learn about your options the happier you will be with your results. Talk to your surgeon about your feelings and the things that you would like to accomplish with your surgery. Also, be sure to discuss your goals regarding your surgery and be upfront with your surgeon so that he or she knows what you want. The one thing that you are going to want to get past all of this is having to endure the lies that your surgeon will try to tell you.
If you are going to have breast reconstruction, then you should visit your doctor first. Your doctor will be able to help you determine if you are a good candidate, as well as if a breast lift will be the best option for you. Lifting your breasts can be a great way to improve your self-esteem and self-confidence, but it is also a surgical procedure that does carry a certain amount of risk. If you have any concerns about lifting your breasts or have engine problems, be sure to talk to your doctor at your consult and have them check your health before you undergo the procedure. Getting a good doctor and having realistic expectations about what a ‘healthy’ breast will feel like are important if you are considering reconstructive surgery.