Lipoedema (or lipodema) and lymphedema are two medical conditions that are often mistaken for one another. Although similar in name, these two conditions impact the body in significantly different ways.
Everyone wants to be the best version of themselves that they can be. It’s only natural. However, one of the most common requests we hear at our surgery is: “Take it all out, Doc! I don’t want any fat left behind,”
If you’re experiencing signs of ageing on your face or neck and looking for a non-invasive alternative to a traditional surgical facelift, you have probably heard of a procedure called the Silhouette Soft thread lift.
When people consider undergoing liposuction, they weigh the benefits carefully. Liposuction is an effective way of removing excessive body fat in specific areas that are usually resistant to ramping up your diet and exercise efforts.
The number one complaint causing women to consider liposuction are the thighs and buttocks. Carrying extra bulk in these areas is hereditary and after pregnancy, there is often further accumulation of fat in these areas.
Our eyebrows frame and shape our face and can drastically influence how we look and feel, and thanks to celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Cara Delevingne, the fuller eyebrow is on everyone’s lust-have list.
At a recent follow-up appointment with a 52-year-old patient who had VASER lipo, we were able to record her excellent results. Her flanks, hips, and outer thighs were treated, and she is so pleased with her new body shape.
One of the most common topics we get questions on from people considering a laser liposuction treatment is about recovery. How long does recovery take? Is recovery painful? When will I see results? Today we’ll discuss recovery in detail.
When you’ve been slugging away at the gym and don’t feel like you’ve gotten as far as you want, a miracle solution to move the weight is awfully enticing. So, is liposuction the answer? It’s it better than exercise and diet?
Cellulite can happen to the best of us. Studies tell us it happens to 85-98% of women. This dimpling on the surface of the skin, a padded or ‘orange peel’ appearance, is extremely common and occurs on the hips, thighs, buttocks, and abdomen.