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How Long Should You Wait Before Undergoing Scar Revision Surgery?

Scars are often talked about as a source of pride – but for many people, scars may be a source of embarrassment or low self-confidence.  Scars from childhood accidents, surgeries, and even cosmetic procedures can leave patients feeling self-conscious about their appearance.  That’s why many of these same patients may have questions about scar revision surgery. What is Scar Revision Surgery? Scar revision surgery is a new type of procedure that’s actually not surgical at all.  Instead, a CO2 laser skin resurfacing treatment is used to promote rapid skin rejuvenation, which helps minimize the overall appearance of the scar.  The CO2 laser uses intense bursts of light remove the top layer of skin, revealing healthy skin underneath. With multiple treatments, scar revision surgery can help eliminate the appearance of the scar altogether. Clients who opt to [...]

By |2015-09-10T08:29:01-07:00August 26th, 2015|

The tummy tuck surgery experience – what to expect.

If you have loose abdominal skin from aging, weight changes, or pregnancy, and it doesn’t improve with diet and exercise, a tummy tuck may be the right surgery for you to get that flat and toned tummy and mid-section. The tummy tuck surgery experience varies, so patients should be aware of what to expect, in order to properly prepare. What is a tummy tuck? A tummy tuck is a common cosmetic operation that removes excess skin and fat and tightens separated abdominal muscles, to give patients a flattened and toned tummy. What to expect with a tummy tuck The incision for the tummy tuck is usually made below the underwear and bikini line, and always below a c-section scar. The scar is generally not visible with most swimsuits and undergarments, and tends to fade over time. [...]

By |2018-10-18T03:05:05-07:00March 16th, 2015|
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