Non-Surgical : -
Ancillary or non-surgical cosmetic procedures have gained a great deal of popularity in the past few years. One reason for their popularity is that non-surgical procedures usually cost less than surgical procedures.
Sometimes referred to in the media as "Lunch Time" or "Weekend" procedures, many ancillary procedures can be completed in a surgeon's office in less than an hour.
Some of the more popular non-surgical procedures with their definitions are mentioned below : -
Botox : - A neurotoxin which, when used in very low doses, relaxes or temporarily paralyzes the contractive muscles which cause frown lines. Treatment is non-surgical in the form of injections which smooth deep persistent lines between brows or in the forehead. Botox paralyzes facial muscles, while Puragen fills in the space beneath wrinkles. Each acts in a different way, but may be used to complement each other.
Fillers : - Nonconductive components cabled with the insulated conductors or optical fibers to impart roundness, flexibility, tensile strength, or a combination of all three, to the cable.
An inactive substance used to make a product bigger or easier to handle. For example, fillers are often used to make pills or capsules because the amount of active drug is too small to be handled conveniently.
Chemical Peels : - A procedure often used to minimize sun-damaged skin, irregular pigment, and superficial scars. The top layer of skin is removed with a chemical application to the skin. By removing the top layer, the skin regenerates, often improving the skin's appearance.
This non-surgical procedure is used in inducing new smoother, youthful skin growth through the use of an acid solution, usually trichloroacetic acid of 35-50%, which peels the top layers of skin. The wrinkles caused by sun damage, acne, smoking and aging can be effectively treatment with this technique.
Contour Threads : - Contour Threads™ are a patented self anchoring thread technology that permits a minimally invasive surgical approach for elevation and fixation of skin.
Surgical : - Listed above with simplified definitions mentioned below - performed in order to repair or restore body parts to look normal, or to change a body part to look better. Liposuction: The process of surgically removing unwanted fat from specific areas of the body. Also known as lipoplasty. There are various procedures used, but all involve removal of fat from the body.
Tummy Tuck : - The repair of abdominal muscle and removal of excess fat and skin to flatten the abdomen, especially beneficial after pregnancy or weight loss; also known as "abdominoplasty".
Arm Lift : - Arm lift or brachioplasty is a procedure also known as "arm tightening" to eliminate excess skin from the upper arm. This condition can occur as a result of age or significant weight loss. Although the arm contour is greatly improved, this procedure leaves a permanent and noticeable scar. The scarring is a significant factor when considering this procedure.
Thigh Lift : - Thigh lift is a surgical procedure to remove excess skin and fatty tissues from the thighs.
Breast Augmentation : - Enlargement of the breasts. A surgical procedure that enlarges the breast through implantation of a prosthesis. This prosthesis expands the breast area to give a fuller breast (increased cup size), give a better contour, and give more cleavage.
Augmentation of the breast typically consists of insertion of a silicone bag (prosthesis) under the breast (submammary) or under the breast and chest muscle (subpectoral) and then filling the bag with saline (salt water US FDA approved.)
Brow Lift : - Cosmetic Surgery to elevate the eyebrows and thereby remove excess skin folds or fullness in the upper eyelids.
Face Lift : - Cosmetic Surgery to remove wrinkles and other signs of ageing from your face; an incision is made near the hair line and skin is pulled back and excess tissue is excised; "some have more than one face lift".
A renovation that improves the outward appearance (as of a building) but usually does not involve major changes; "give your home a facelift"; "more than a facelift, the new model marks a fundamental change of direction"
Gynaecomastia : - A condition in which the male's breast tissue enlarges. Gynaecomastia literally means "woman breast." This increase in tissue usually occurs at times when the male is having hormonal changes, such as during infancy, adolescence, and old age.
Development of large breasts in men, usually are as a result of hormone treatments. The breasts may become very tender and sore and may cause psychological problems. The man can under go minimal incisive surgery for breast reduction. (G. gyne = woman, mastos = breast).
Hair Restoration : - A general term for a number of methods used to restore hair to balding areas. Hair restoration can involve topical, oral, and surgical treatments.
Hair restoration procedures are designed to restore or improve the natural hairline. There are many options available for hair restoration, from medications to hair follicle transplantation. Hair restoration may require several sessions.
Nose Surgery : - The surgical repair of a defect of the nose, including reshaping or resizing the nose. Rhinoplasty may be performed to change the size of the nose, change the shape of the nose, narrow the nostrils, and/or change the angle between the nose and lips. Rhinoplasty involves the resculpting of the bone and cartilage.
Otoplasty : - Otoplasty is a type of cosmetic surgery that is used to improve the appearance of a person's external ears such as "Bat ears". This type of ear surgery is typically performed to bring ears closer to the head or reduce the size of large ears.
Chin and Cheek Augmentation : - A surgery that increases the projection of the chin or malar area which will enhance a deficient bony prominence or support sagging soft tissues. This can be achieved by implantation of synthetic implants of different sizes and shapes, bone on-lay grafts or a bone cut (osteotomy) and advancement. This is also referred to as a mentoplasty.
FAMI : - A procedure which uses autologous fat taken from one body area and re-injected into wrinkles, skin depressions or folds. Fat removed can be stored for future use as well.
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