Plastic surgeon Dr. Joel Aronowitz reports that many patients come into his office with certain misunderstandings about plastic surgery. Here are five of the most common misconceptions that cause unnecessary worry and keep patients from using plastic surgery to its full potential.(more…)
Posts Tagged ‘plastic surgery’
Here’s a fun post for the Ladies of Swole who are looking to pair their looks with their healthy physique. Often, particularly in Hollywood, we see celebrities attempting to turn back the clock with such plastic surgery techniques as facelifts and botox. Here’s what you need to know to help you decide if these techniques are right for you.
Facelifts, a widely embraced cosmetic surgery procedure, promise a rejuvenated and youthful appearance by mitigating the visible signs of aging. However, the quest for a natural-looking facelift, one that harmoniously aligns with your inherent facial features without betraying signs of surgical intervention, is a journey that demands meticulous consideration and expertise.
In this enlightening journey through the realms of aesthetic enhancement, we will delve into the avenues that pave the way for achieving the most natural-looking facelift, ensuring that your transformation is not just visibly uplifting.(more…)
Every day, millions of Americans are looking to improve their bodies using some type of cosmetic surgery. Of course, there are those that are active and look to exercise to get rid of excess fat, but what about those stubborn patches of fat that don’t want to cooperate? There are several types of surgeries you can use to get rid of them. Two of the most popular options are Coolsculpting and the Tummy Tuck. Both get rid of stubborn fat that wants to linger around in your body but, only one of them is the better choice. It is Coolsculpting.(more…)
Mom and Daughter
I found this article today about a woman who started dieting and went under the knife in an attempt to look more like her daughter.
Fifty year old Janet Cunliffe started dieting and spent tens of thousands of dollars to look more like her 28 year old daughter. Honestly if I looked like she did pre-surgery and had the resources to look like she does now, I would diet and get the surgery too. (If I were a chick.)
Self-image issues always come back to celebrities. The pressure by Hollywood and the media to look young, slender, sleek, and sexy.
I find this to be more disturbing for teenage girls who feel the pressure to be something other than who they are, although it is a bit different for a mature, experienced 50 year old Mom who just wants to turn back the clock.