Every year the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) meets to share knowledge with its members. Board-certified plastic surgeons from around the world will be gathering at this year's symposium to hear from peers and experts, while setting sail for England, Scotland and Norway.
The phrase "drop and fluff" is definitely not a medical term. It refers to the slight drop of implants from a breast augmentation after approximately 3 months and the settling of the tissues that surround them.
Dr. Guiloff is changing the reality of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery consultations. He now has a new way to help clients see the potential before and after view of a cosmetic or reconstructive procedure. This full-immersion technique allows patients to put on a Virtual Reality (VR) headset to get a glimpse of the future.
Reconstructive Surgery is generally performed when damage has been done to the body through no fault of the patient. This surgery is done to repair the skin, cartilage, muscle or soft tissue to restore a person's appearance or reduce issues caused by the damage.
Maybe you are still deciding if cosmetic surgery is the right choice for you. Or perhaps you know exactly what procedure you want to have done or what result you want to try to achieve. Either way, the biggest decision you will make will be choosing the right cosmetic surgeon to achieve your dreams. Be sure to make the choice that makes the most sense by doing your homework ahead of time, while keeping yourself safe and happy through the process.
First, let me welcome you to my new blog, Cosmetic Confidence Corner.
My hope is to share with you valuable information about Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery, giving you the confidence to make informed decisions about your plastic surgery desires (taking out as much guess work as possible).