One of the questions we most commonly get from MSpa patients who are considering injectable fillers to remove lines and wrinkles and restore lost facial volume is “how much product do I need?” It’s a simple question, but the answer varies depending on many factors.
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What You Want to Treat
Fillers come from the manufacturer in a pre-packaged, sterilized syringe. A syringe of Juvederm®, for instance, contains one cc (cubic centimeter) of the product. Your total treatment cost will depend on how many syringes of product you need.
- If you’re only looking to correct very minor wrinkling or hide a scar or blemish,
A new year means that New Year’s resolutions are in full effect. If your resolution this year is to look and feel better, we encourage you to take a closer look at plastic surgery and nonsurgical options at our practice that can make a big difference in 2020.
After Weight Loss
If losing weight is on your list this year, keep in mind that you may need some “touch ups” after the weight is gone. People who lose a significant amount of weight either through bariatric surgery or through an aggressive plan of eating better and exercising are often left with loose skin which can make them feel self-conscious and in many cases can cause discomfort during activity.
For some women, changes to their bodies after pregnancy and breastfeeding — such as deflated or sagging breasts — leave them feeling self-conscious and disheartened. Fortunately, there are a number of cosmetic treatments that can help you look and feel more like yourself again after having children.
If you’re like most women considering breast implants after having a baby, you likely have lots of questions. Take a look at the answers to three top inquires about post-pregnancy breast augmentation.
How Long after Breastfeeding Can You Get Breast Implants?
Generally speaking, you’ll want to wait 3 to 6 months after breastfeeding to move forward with breast implants.