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    The Medical Benefits of a Tummy Tuck

    December 8, 2016

    Tummy tuck is the other name for abdominoplasty. Abdominoplasty is a cosmetic surgical procedure that is used to remove the additional fat present in the lower abdomen.
    Tummy tuck procedure helps in tightening your abdominal muscles as a result prevents the belly from falling out. Tummy tuck helps in reshaping and enhancing your appearance by toning your body. It is essential to consult your physician before going for abdominoplasty. Your physician might assess your medical history to find out whether you are suitable for abdominoplasty or not. You need to follow certain precautionary measures before undergoing tummy tuck surgery. A healthy diet and plenty of rest is required before surgery to strengthen your immune system. When your immune system is stronger, the healing process will be faster after the surgery. Apart from a healthy diet, you need to drink plenty of water.

    Medical Benefits of Tummy Tuck Surgery

    There are a wide variety of benefits of tummy tuck surgery. The most common medical benefits include:

    1. Reduction of stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)

    Stress urinary incontinence is a common problem seen in women post vaginal birth. SUI is associated with uncontrollable leakage followed by coughing, sneezing, laughing and ex

    December 6, 2016

    Brow lift or forehead lift surgery is a common cosmetic surgical procedure use to tighten the soft tissues of the forehead to achieve a more youthful contour. Incision during brow lift surgery varies from person to person. A youthful brow is generally positioned above the orbital rim with a lateral end or tail located higher than the medical end.

    When to consider Brow Lift

    There are certain conditions when you need to think of brow lift treatment like:

    • Sagging or low eyebrow position which gives a tired or grumpy appearance.
    • When you experience deep horizontal creases across the forehead.
    • When frown lines or furrows are visible in between the eyebrows or across the top of your nose.
    • Excess skin or fatty tissue hanging over your eyes.

    Brow Lift Procedure

    Brow lift surgery procedures mainly involve small incision in the hair-bearing scalp or in the forehead and upper eye lid. There are different types of brow lift procedures. The most common types of brow lift procedures include:

    1. Open Brow Lift

    A long incision is made across your forehead during open brow lift treatment. The incision is either made around the hairline or in one of the creases on your forehead. Open brow lift helps in liftin

    December 3, 2016

    Microdermabrasion and dermabrasion are two different methods used for skin treatment. Dermabrasion is used to treat pox marks, acne scars and the scars caused due to accidents. Dermabrasion is recommended for people with lighter skin shade whereas, when dermabrasion is used on dark skin people, it can lead to scars and discolouration. Microdermabrasion can be used for all skin types and colours. It does not lead to any skin colour change and scarring unlike dermabrasion. Microdermabrasion is not suitable for deeper skin problems like deep acne scars, stretch marks.

    Microdermabrasion Treatment

    Microdermabrasion commonly called as microderm is a common cosmetic procedure used to enhance your facial looks. It is a non-invasive, non-chemical procedure. During this procedure the micro crystals are sprayed on the skin surface to exfoliate dry and dead skin cells present on your skin surface. Crystal or non-crystal both methods can be used to treat the dead skin during microdermabrasion. Removal of dry and dead skin cells will help you in achieving a healthier looking skin and improves your facial appearance. Microdermabrasion enables the production of a new skin layer which is rich in collagen and elastin.

    Microdermabrasion Benefits

    Microderm has many benefits when

    December 1, 2016

    Aging is a process of becoming older and every human being goes through this phase in life. The common signs of aging include wrinkles, fine lines and gray hair. As your skin ages, it loses the skin tightening protein called collagen. Collagen is responsible for maintaining a smooth taut surface. Aging effects are visible on the dermal layers.

    Aging Affects on your Body

    Aging also affects the other organs in your body. The common issues that you will face during aging are:

    1. Cardiovascular System 

    As your age increases, your heart rate becomes slower. The arteries and blood vessels become stiffer by making it difficult for your heart to pump blood through them. Stiffening your arteries can lead to high blood pressure and hypertension and increase the risk of other cardiovascular diseases.

    1. Muscular System

    Muscles generally lose strength and flexibility as you grow older. As you age, muscle mass decreases and body fat increases. The bones tend to shrink and thus, bones lose density and become weak. Calcium is essential for your bones and is required in excess amounts during old age.

    1. Digestive System

    Constip

    November 30, 2016

    Chemical peel is a cosmetic treatment that involves application of chemical solution to the skin surface in less concentration. Chemical peel leads to controlled tissue death. Chemical peel is generally used to regenerate and rejuvenate your skin. It also helps in improving the skin’s appearance and enhances your facial features. When the chemicals are applied to the skin surface, the dead and damaged superficial layer of your skin is removed. Peeling of superficial skin layer gives a smooth and refines texture to your skin. Chemical peel generally solves the skin problems like acne and wrinkles;.

    Chemical Peel Types

    Chemical peels are classified into 3 categories based on the layers of skin that are treated. They are:

    1. Superficial Chemical Peel 

    Superficial chemical peel does not damage the skin deeper layers.

    1. Medium Chemical Peel

    Medium chemical reaches the superficial layer of the dermis.

    1. Deep Chemical Peel

    Deep chemical peel reaches the deeper layers

    November 28, 2016

    Dermabrasion is used to enhance the appearance of your skin. Dermabrasion is an exfoliating technique used to remove the outer layers of your skin especially on the face. A rotating instrument called dermabrader is generally used for dermabrasion. Dermabrasion is mostly used for acne treatment. Before removing the outermost layer, a local anaesthesia is used to numb your skin.

    Why Dermabrasion is used?

    Dermabrasion is mainly used to remove the damaged outer layer of your skin. When the outer layer is removed the soft, younger looking smooth skin gets exposed. Dermabrasion is the best cure for acne and scars. Dermabrasion is mainly used to treat the following dermatological problems:

    • Fine wrinkles
    • Age spots
    • Acne scars
    • Precancerous skin patches
    • Rhinophyma
    • Scars from surgery
    • Sun damage
    • Uneven skin tone

    There are few dermatological issues that will prevent your doctor from performing dermabrasions. Dermatological issues like inflammatory acne, radiation burns, recurrent herpes flare-ups and scars will not allow your

    November 19, 2016

    We usually heard that cosmetic surgeries are done to reshape and correct the appearance of the body parts. But very few people know about the fact that it also helps in boosting your confidence. The most common cosmetic surgeries include:

    1. RhinoplastyReshaping nose
    2. AbdominoplastyReshaping of abdomen
    3. Blepheroplasty – Eyelid surgery
    4. Mammoplasty – Reshaping breast
    5. LiposuctionRemoves excess of fat
    6. Labiaplasty – Resizing labia
    7. Rhytidectomy –Remove wrinkles
    8. Otoplasty –  Reshaping ears
    9. Chemical peel –  Removes scars
    10. Hair transplantation To restore hair
    11. Suction-assisted Lipectomy – Remove

    November 18, 2016

    Acne is common condition seen in both men and women. Acne medically called as Acne vulgaris is a skin disorder that involves oil glands at the base of hair follicles. Acne is commonly appears on skin during puberty when your sebaceous glands becomes active. The sebaceous glands are usually stimulated by the male hormones that are produced by the adrenal glands in both men and women. Acne is not a life threatening disorder; it only leaves scars on your skin. Your skin has tiny holes called pores that connect to oil glands that are present under your skin. These glands are connected to your pores through small canals called follicles. An oily liquid called sebum is produced through the glands. The main function of sebum is to carry the dead skin cells to the surface of your skin through follicles. Acne or pimple grows when these follicles gets blocked due accumulation of oil under your skin.

    Acne Causes

    The main cause of acne is still unclear. According to experts the primary cause of acne may be the rise in androgen levels in your body. Generally androgen levels rise when you reach puberty. Increase in androgen levels helps the oil glands in your skin to grow which results in production of excess of oil. Excess production of sebum can break the cellular wall in your pores and can allow bacteria to grow. Apart from the increased levels of androgen in your body the other

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