In the present era of picture perfect society, your appearance and looks matter the most. As a matter of fact, an increasing number of people are considering undergoing knife to achieve better and improved looks. For those who are not happy with the size of their big lips can now undergo lip reduction surgery in India (www.bestfacesurgeryindia.com) and get desired look.
It is a cosmetic procedure which is performed for improving the appearance of an individual’s lips by reducing size. The objectives of this cosmetic procedure are to balance the relationship between the lower and upper lips and make mouth proportional with remaining facial features. This procedure is performed by making use of different methods. Also it is only after examining a patient that lip reduction surgeon in Delhi would recommend whether it has to be just one procedure or combination of procedure to achieve right look.
Who all can undergo this surgery?
This kind of surgical procedure is the right option for those people whose lips are prominent and disrupt the balance of facial features. Although prominent lips are a cosmetic problem, there could be several other causes too like a medical condition known as marcocheilia. In some cases, this condition might also lead to problems with the speech patterns and oral functions of the patient. Also it can cause lack or drooling of salivary control. There are several other factors which can trigger this condition such as glandular hypertrophy, double lip, hypertrophy, tissue thickening, dento-facial deformities, vascular malformations, infection, neoplasms and trauma among others.
No matter what the cause of this condition is, prominent lips can mar the self-esteem and self-confidence of people. This is one of the most common reasons why people prefer undergoing this procedure. Lip reduction surgery can also be done for correcting problems caused by lip augmentation surgery such as scar formation, post-operative swelling and when the lips of patient are overfilled with injectable.
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Lip reduction in Delhi (www.themedspa.us/cosmetic-surgery/lip-reduction.html) is performed under IV sedation and the entire procedure lasts for about thirty to fifty minutes per lip on the basis of the cause as well as extent of the problem. You can learn about best lip reduction surgery cost in India only after consulting a surgeon who has experience and expertise in performing this surgery.
Before starting the procedure, cosmetic surgeon marks the area of patient’s lip indicating how much tissue has to be removed. Then an incision is made on the inner side of the lip for gaining access to the tissue inside the lips while squeezing lip between fingers for minimum bleeding. Then excess tissue and fat are removed from the lip. Cosmetic surgeon who performs this surgery has different approach for every patient.
As far as recovery period is concerned, a patient will take around seven to fifteen days. Stitches which are dissolvable across the inner lips of a patient might settle as well as improve in overall appearance over a period of six to twelve weeks.
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A breast augmentation, or boob job, has long been a popular procedure for women, and certainly one of the most popular topics on RealSelf. While implants have been the traditional method for getting a larger bustline, one technique has been gaining some surprising new ground the last couple years: breast fat transfer.
In fact, using one’s own fat in the breasts was up 41 percent in 2016 over 2015, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). By comparison, breast augmentation with implants increased only by 1.5 percent over that same time period.
So, why are women trending toward breast fat transfer now?
We asked experts on RealSelf why breast fat transfer is becoming a go-to technique for a boob job. Here are seven reasons why breast fat transfer is taking over.
1. Natural is inThe era of big, round breasts is over. Soft, natural-looking breasts are in. While it’s possible to get a mostly natural look from implants, there’s nothing closer to real than your own fat tissue.
“Aesthetic trends change slowly over time, and I have noticed in my practice that more women are requesting more natural-looking breasts and are choosing more modestly sized implants,” says Dr. David Sieber, a San Francisco physician.
2. Fewer risksWhile breast augmentation is generally a safe procedure, introducing any foreign objects into the body involves some risk. Some people may be more susceptible to complications than others, but it really depends on many factors, including your plastic surgeon and your body.
“The areas where the fat is harvested become sculpted and restore more natural curves, while the breasts are enhanced without introducing a foreign body,” says Dr. Richard Moore, a Saint Louis, Missouri, physician. “Many women want to avoid implants due to the risks of encapsulation, leakage and the need for future surgery should they need to be removed or replaced.”
A reviewer on RealSelf tells us why she chose breast fat transfer over implants: “I had numerous issues with my implants after breastfeeding and having my child. I had galactoceles [milk-filled cysts] and encapsulated implants from a renowned Beverly Hills plastic surgeon. I decided I was done with any implants and wanted a fat transfer to my breasts.”
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3. Avoid a larger scarAside from choosing the size of an implant, one of the biggest decisions in breast augmentation concerns scars. With an average incision length of three to five centimeters for breast implants, it’s likely there will be a noticeable scar.
Breast fat transfer, however, has little to no risk of scarring.
“There is no scar on the breast, unlike breast implants, as fat is injected through a small, three-millimeter incision in the axilla [armpit],” says Dr. Karthik Ram, a plastic surgeon in India.
4. Liposuction is an added bonusSuffering from stubborn belly fat or love handles that are offering up a bit too much love? That’s the great thing about breast fat transfer — you use your own fat from just about any part of the body.
“As an added bonus, liposuction is performed as a part of the procedure to harvest the fat, which means stubborn areas of fat can also be addressed at the same time,” says Sieber.
“I wanted a bigger breast cup size without implants,” says one reviewer on RealSelf. “The option of a fat transfer was offered by liposuctioning unwanted fat and transferring it to the breast area.”
“I thought that was a great idea — get rid of the love handles and thunder thighs and get larger breasts,” she continues. “After my procedure, I was very pleased with the results. My abs had definition, my thighs were slimmer, and I went from a C cup to a DDD cup.”
5. No upkeepThere’s no universal shelf-life for implants, but most women have implant removal or replacement after 10 to 15 years. However, most surgeons agree that if you and your doctor are closely monitoring your breast health, it’s best to leave the implants alone. Problems that may require implant removal include implant rupture, capsular contracture, asymmetry and ptosis, or sagging.
6. You can build your breast sizeWorried about going too big? With breast fat transfer, you can start small and work your way to your ideal size without having multiple surgeries.
“It’s natural, safe, and if you do a series of treatments, you can build the breast size and lift it without any surgery,” says Dr. Jason Emer, a Los Angeles dermatologic surgeon. “It has minimal risk when used properly, and when combined with PRP and stem cells or Sculptra, it can build naturally over time, and you can enhance its survival.”
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7. You can combine implants and fat transferFor thinner women who don’t have enough fat to reach their desired size, implants plus fat transfer may be an ideal solution. If you already have implants, breast fat transfer can be used to contour the overall shape of the breast and make the implants appear more natural.
“I don’t have a ton of fat on my body. I’m 5 feet 7 inches and 117 pounds,” says one reviewer on RealSelf. “I decided to go with a small implant, 240 cubic centimeters, high profile, with approximately 130 cubic centimeters of fat on top of the implant and on the sides to improve cleavage and sideboob while camouflaging the implants.”
The downsideWhile breast fat transfer has some amazing advantages, no procedure is perfect.
“The main disadvantage with fat fill is the absorption of fat — nearly 30 to 40 percent post procedure,” says Ram. “More than one sitting may be required to achieve the desired size.”
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You may be tempted to toast a successful plastic surgery — or relax before the procedure — by knocking one back, but most experts wouldn’t recommend it. Not only can alcohol slow your healing time and prevent you from achieving the best possible results, it can cause several complications, too.
Here are five reasons experts say you should just say no to alcohol before and after cosmetic surgery:
1. Alcohol increases swellingAfter undergoing a cosmetic surgery procedure, you’ll want swelling to subside as soon as possible. Drinking alcohol dilates your blood vessels, causing your body to swell.
Alcohol is also dehydrating, which results in your body trying to hold onto as much water as possible — and why you experience bloating after a wild night out. Your nose is especially susceptible to alcohol-related swelling following rhinoplasty, so if you want to see your new, refined nose, skip the booze for a while.
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2. Alcohol boosts bleedingAll invasive surgeries require a recovery period, and alcohol only impedes this process. Alcohol thins the blood, putting post-op patients at a greater risk for bleeding and prolonged recovery.
3. Alcohol may leave you susceptible to pain
While many people turn to alcohol to cope with stress, problems and pain, it doesn’t work the same with physical pain following cosmetic surgery. According to Dr. Peter A. Aldea, a Memphis, Tennessee, plastic surgeon, frequent drinkers “may find that pain medications don’t work as well and don’t last as long as they would otherwise.”
4. Alcohol may make your medications dangerous
More than just dulling a medication’s effects, Dr. Steven Turkeltaub, a Scottsdale, Arizona, plastic surgeon warns that booze “can interact with certain medications in ways that can be detrimental and even dangerous.”
Side effects of mixing alcohol with medication may include nausea, vomiting, headaches, drowsiness, fainting and loss of coordination. It can also put you at risk for internal bleeding, heart problems and difficulty breathing. Prioritize the prescription bottle over the wine bottle.
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5. Alcohol dries out your skin
What’s the use of having surgery to improve your confidence only to suffer from flaky skin? Alcohol interferes with the hormone that regulates how much urine you produce, drying out your skin.
For example, for each shot of alcohol you consume, your kidneys create about four more ounces of urine than your body would normally produce. This causes your body to flush more water, which in turn leads to dehydration and drier skin — and drinking that much extra water doesn’t counteract the effects.
For optimal results, many doctors recommend abstaining from alcohol for at least two weeks leading up to and following surgery, though this time frame varies depending on the procedure. Always ask your doctor about what is right for you, and when it might be safe for a glass of wine again.
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