We've all heard the idiom, "to know it like the back of your hand," but you may find yourself looking down and wondering what happened to the back of your hands. As we age, our skin loses elasticity and fullness, which can cause your skin to look thinner or more unhealthy.
During the month of October, the nation focuses its efforts on increasing awareness about breast cancer. With breast cancer being one of the most common forms of cancer for American women and one of the leading causes of death, it is important to bring it to the forefront of everyone's minds.
If you are tired of having to endlessly shave and wax unwanted hair on your body, you may be interested in having your hair removed with a laser. Laser hair removal offers a permanent solution to having hair anywhere on your body.
You may find yourself looking in the mirror realizing that you feel more youthful than you look. As you age, the laxity of your skin can increase and the volume of fat in your face can decrease. This combination is mainly responsible for the appearance of the aging face.
If looking at your reflection has become something you seem to be avoiding because you dislike what you see in the mirror, perhaps a face lift is something you'd like to consider. Our New York plastic surgeon, Dr. David Cangello, can perform face lift surgery to help you love what you see.
Your breasts can become saggy or deflated due to old age, pregnancy, or from an excessive amount of weight loss. If you find yourself wishing your breasts were more perky, it may be the right time to consider a breast lift.
Perhaps you've found yourself noticing dark rings under your eyes or wrinkles and loose skin around them. If this is the case, you may want to consider the Madonna Lift in order to correct these problems.
If you've been working as hard as you can to maintain a healthy lifestyle, complete with a good diet and fitness routine, but still have pockets of fat that you just can't seem to lose, you may be interested in UltraShape treatments.
Sometimes your earlobes may become split, torn, or stretched from an injury or from wearing excessively heavy earrings. If this occurs, our Board Certified plastic surgeon can help repair these problems.