Arm Lift   |   Body Lift   |   SlimLipo™ Laser Lipolysis/Liposuction
Liposuction   |   Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)   |   Brazilian Butt Lift/Gluteal Implants
Dermatology Services: Skin Cancer/Mole/Lesion Removal




Body Lift

Description: One or a series of surgical procedures designed to reshape targeted areas of the body such as the torso, belly, hips, thighs, buttocks, and back.

Anesthesia: Procedure may be performed under general anesthesia.

Surgery & Recovery: Length of surgery varies depending on the number of targeted areas, but may range from four to eight hours. Patient will return to work within three to six weeks post operatively.

Results: Outcome is permanent if the patients maintains or looses weight.

Complications & Risks: Possible irregular scar formation, infection, damage to the nerves and skin, bleeding or blood clots, asymmetry, and complications to anesthesia.

Brazilian Butt Lift/Gluteal Implants

Description: A surgical procedure designed to enhance the size and shape of the buttocks through the injection of harvested fat or the insertion of silicone implants. The fat is usually harvested from another area of the patient's body and injected into the buttocks. Solid implants are inserted in the buttocks area to enhance size and shape.

Anesthesia: Procedure may be performed under general anesthesia for placement of the implants, local anesthesia with sedation for the Brazilian Butt Lift.

Surgery & Recovery: Length of surgery will range from one to three hours. Patient will return to work within one to four weeks.

Results: Outcome is permanent. If fat was used, patient may return for additional fat injections to achieve desired size and shape.

Complications & Risks: Possible infection, bleeding, blood clots and complications of anesthesia.



Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)

Description: A surgical procedure usually combined with liposuction, to achieve a flatter, tighter abdominal area by removing excess fat and skin. Often, the abdominal muscles will be tightened to enhance the outcome.

Anesthesia: Procedure may be performed under general anesthesia or local anesthesia with sedation.

Surgery & Recovery: Length of surgery will range from two to four hours. Patient will return to work within two to four weeks depending on the level of surgery.

Results: Outcome is permanent, but results may be compromised if patient becomes pregnant or gains weight.

Complications & Risks: Possible irregular scar formation, infection, skin loss, bleeding or blood clots, asymmetry, and complications with anesthesia.



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