Combination Plastic Surgery in New York
You may, like many other people all over the U.S., have a list of all the things youâ??d like to change about your appearance. Perhaps you are considering visiting a New York plastic surgeon about multiple procedures, since you donâ??t have the time or the money to cover each surgery and recovery down-time separately.
For safety reasons, it is generally unwise to have too many different plastic surgery procedures at the same time. Luckily, it is possible to have more than one.
Combining Manhattan liposuction and tummy tuck surgeries is commonly known as â??lipoabdominoplasty.â? This surgery removes those stubborn fatty deposits making it easier for the surgeon to contour and shape your waist. It gives more definition to the tummy tuck, which removes excess skin and tightens the skin and abdominal muscles.
A body lift typically combines New York City tummy tuck, thigh lift and buttocks lift procedures. During a body lift, your plastic surgeon can perform a tummy tuck and then lift and tighten the outer thigh along with the buttocks. Sometimes, liposuction is also used to further enhance the effects.
There are several procedures that make up a â??mommy makeover,â? but a common one is the combination of both Manhattan breast augmentation and a breast lift, or breast reduction with a breast lift. Pregnancy and particularly breast feeding after pregnancy can be tough on a womanâ??s body. The breasts grow to hold milk, become heavier and droop (causing ptosis), as well as can become misshapen or deflated. Lipoabdominoplasty procedures may also be employed to address the post-pregnant tummy area, targeting loose sagging skin which was stretched during pregnancy and stubborn fat deposits which may have been accumulated during the gain of â??baby weight.â?
Previously, multiple surgical procedures were worrisome because of the amount of time under anesthesia. But, after much research, it has been determined that some procedures are safe to do concurrently and pose no additional risk. Of course, any surgery carries its own risks, no matter how long you are under anesthesia, or how long the recovery. That is why it is important to talk to a board certified plastic surgeon who can evaluate your individual case, medical history, etc, and determine whether you are a good candidate for the procedures you are considering. During your consultation, clearly let your surgeon know the look you want to achieve. He or she will tell you if it is safe to perform your procedures as a combo or not.
Board Certification from a reputed board like The American Board of Plastic SurgeryÂ® or The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of CanadaÂ®. To determine whether a physician is board certified, you can visit the website of the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS). For more information please visit: http://www.americastopsurgeons.com/