Blog

How much fat can be removed during liposuction? How many pounds?

Liposuction surgery can provide a more sculpted body shape by removing stubborn fat pockets that do not respond to diet and exercise. A common question that patients ask surgeons is how much fat they can expect to lose with liposuction

Posted in Cosmetic Surgery

What can I expect if I get pregnant after liposuction?

After liposuction, the new body shape will be more or less permanent. In case the patient gains a moderate amount of weight after the surgery, their figure will simply become a larger version of their new body shape. Cosmetic surgeon

Posted in Cosmetic Surgery

What happens if I gain weight after liposuction?

After liposuction, the new body contours will be more or less permanent. However, if the patient puts on a moderate amount of body weight (under ten pounds), their new body shape will not be altered significantly. They would simply appear

Posted in Cosmetic Surgery

Will the Fat Cells grow back after Liposuction?

Most patients will not experience a return of fat cells once they are eliminated with liposuction as long as they maintain stable body weight, or even gain a moderate amount of weight over the years. The adult body does not

Posted in Cosmetic Surgery

How much weight can I lose by liposuction?

Liposuction continues to rank as a top plastic surgery procedure in the US for nearly three decades. This surgery helps enhance body contours by removing excess fatty tissue pockets in specific areas that are resistant to diet and exercise. Patients

Posted in Cosmetic Surgery

Does Liposuction Produce Permanent Results?

After liposuction surgery, the patient’s new figure will be more or less permanent. Even if the patient gains a moderate amount of weight following the surgery, their figure will merely become a slightly larger version of their new body shape.

Posted in Cosmetic Surgery

Facial Trauma: Fractures Jaws (Upper and Lower Jaw) Treatments

Facial injuries usually do not occur in isolation. For instance, the mouth and the cheek may sustain damage due to the same injury. A broken jaw typically leads to pain and inflammation, changes teeth alignment, and prevents the mouth from

Posted in Jaw Surgery

Facial Trauma: Fractured Facial Bones (Cheek, Nose or Eye Socket)

A broken bone in the face is known as a facial fracture. The face comprises a complex bone structure consisting of forehead bone (frontal), cheekbones (zygomas), eye sockets (orbital bones), upper jaw (maxillary bones), lower jaw (mandible), and nasal bones.

Posted in Face

Facial Trauma: Injuries to The Teeth and Surrounding Dental Structures

Isolated teeth injuries occur commonly and require the expertise of multiple dental specialists. Typically, Oral and Maxillofacial surgeons are typically involved in treating supporting bone fractures or replanting displaced or “knocked out” teeth. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons have extensive expertise

Posted in Face

Facial Trauma: Bone Injuries of The Maxillofacial Region

Facial fractures refer to fractures of the mouth and face, including fractures of the cheekbones (zygoma), nose (nasal), and upper (maxilla) and lower (mandible) jaws. The oral and maxillofacial team will assess patients of facial fracture to ensure that they

Posted in Face