Dr. Nichter’s tummy tuck patient, Michelle 45 years old, shares her story with the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) about her plastic surgery journey.
Dr. Larry Nichter explains how fat transfers can have the double benefit of reducing fat in unwanted areas and adding volume in desirable areas such as the buttocks.
Any woman or man who has a lot of redundant skin, stretch marks, loss of abdominal tone due to pregnancy or significant weight gain/loss. A tummy tuck frees the redundant skin and removes it, tightens the underlying muscles, and liposuction contours add additional contouring to the abdomen and waistline.
The Mommy Makeover is a combination of procedures, which improve the breasts,abdomen and hips after pregnancy or significant weight loss. Dr. Nichter explains who makes an ideal candidate and how the Mommy Makeover is performed. He also mentions many women comment on how they look better after surgery than pre-pregnancy.
One of the most common complaints from women seeking liposuction or a tummy tuck is the storage of excess fat in the abdomen. In some cases even through diet and exercise there may still be some unwanted fat pockets. Dr. Nichter provides an explanation as to why fat stores in the abdomen and how a tummy tuck or liposuction can offer a solution to this common problem.
Dr. Larry Nichter would like to share this video update from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) with his readers. The ASPS is an exclusive society of board-certified plastic surgeons and a trusted source of information about plastic surgery.
- Men are seeking laser procedures to lighten stretch marks after weight loss. ASPS’ data indicate that more men are seeking cosmetic procedures; 1.2 million procedures were done on men last year, up 6% from the previous year.
- Brides-to-be are also seeking to perfect their look before the big day, with Latisse Eyelash Extension leading the trends, followed by Botox, Microdermabrasion, dermal fillers, and cool sculpting.
- A new device which melts fat away with ultrasound has gained FDA approval. This non-invasive fat-reduction technique is effective for certain patients, but is not a substitute for real liposuction.