Too often, we focus on breasts as the ultimate feminine feature when there are many other features that combine to create feminine beauty. Women focus on breasts when they feel they don’t quite measure up, but we often forget those women who have breasts that are too large and literally carry that burden with them. […]
In the world of plastic and cosmetic surgery, there are trends that come, trends that rarely go, and trends that are here to stay. If there’s one trend that Hollywood has recently made popular— thanks to celebrities like Kylie Jenner— it’s full lips. And because most people aren’t naturally born with full, sexy lips, that’s […]
RealSelf Q&A with Homayoun Sasson, MD, FACS https://www.realself.com/widget/rsAnswersWidgetJs?dr_id=181691&max_width=1000&answers_limit=3&sort=recent&topic_id=-1 The post Questions and Answers w/ Dr. Sasson appeared first on Sasson Plastic Surgery.
Everyone agrees — fat is the nemesis of an attractive body, but you may have good reason to love your fat. Dermal fillers and injectables are excellent non-surgical anti-aging solutions, and so is the extra fat on your body. Fat grafting is a cosmetic procedure that can be used to enhance facial contours and soften wrinkles. […]
Plastic surgery procedures often involve surgery of the overlying skin which, invariably, results in some scar formation. That, and in addition to the fact that there is a subjective component of patient satisfaction, as well as some chance of recurrence of the initial problem, can make post-operative results somewhat unpredictable. Thus, in some situations, patients […]
Liposuction is routinely performed and recommended essentially from hip to feet, the face, neck, upper and lower abdomen, flanks (love handles), back, arms, inner and outer thighs (saddle bags), calves and ankles as well as buttocks. It is routinely done in the male breast removal surgery (gynecomastia). However, areas that are most favorable for liposuctioning […]
Don’t be misled by the dropping temperatures. The sun’s harmful rays are just as strong and damaging despite what your thermometer says — particularly the UVA rays which are responsible for aging skin. There are two types of UV rays that breach the ozone layer and cause damage to the skin: UVA rays and UVB rays. […]