Blog Category: Body Lift

Plastic Surgeons Predict Cosmetic Medicine Trends for 2011

According to a press release from the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), plastic surgeons predict that non-invasive body shaping and surgical facial rejuvenation treatments will be among the most popular cosmetic procedures in 2011. Weight loss, aging breast implants and the never-ending quest for the perfect posterior are also anticipated to motivate more… click to continue reading

Post Bariatric Patients Have Special Nutritional Concerns

A new free article on the website of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is about a study of the nutritional status ofplastic surgeon. As the bariatric surgery patient rapidly loses body weight, he or she may become prone to nutrient deficiencies. In this study of 98 gastric bypass patients and 2 lap band patients, nearly 18… click to continue reading

What is a lower body lift?

Plastic surgeons will often use different terms for the same procedure, causing confusion for prospective patients. We’ve seen terms such as body lift, lower body lift, belt lipectomy, and circumferential body lift interchangeably used. Usually, for my patients who have lost a significant amount of weight, the first choice is a circumferential body lift =… click to continue reading