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Is Your Butt Loose and Flabby??

If you are complaining about this problem, there are some solutions for these!! We can reshape your body form with Vaser liposelection.

We can crystallize your waist recess, we can take the fat piled up just under your Butt so that we can ensure your Butt much more protrusion. We can put back this fat into your Butts with enriched stem cells. By this way, your body folds come up more curved and you reınite your more evident Butts.

If you don’t have enough fat for this fat transfer, we reshape your Body folds with the help of implants and you could have more bulky Butts.
For these operations it’s enough for you to stay in Turkey as our guests…

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Breast Implant Sizing

You have a size for almost everything. A shoe size, a pant size, and yes—a breast size. While you can probably sneak your way into something a little off-size if you really want to (like those purple suede boots that you just can’t live without), things will always look a little wrong if the fit doesn’t match. Same with ill-fitting breast augmentation; a little too far in one direction, and you won’t get the natural look you want.

Choosing The Right Size

The biggest mistake people make with breast augmentation is being off-size, which usually means going too big. The second mistake is failing to tailor the implant, meaning not getting the implant pocket to sit just right. If either of these things happen, you get what you would expect: an obvious “boob job” effect. Anyone can put an implant in the breast, but it takes an experienced surgeon with a true understanding of the augmentation procedure to know how to hit a home run.

Yes, It’s Your Body—But Trust Your Doctor

The first potential misstep is having the patient choose their own implant size, rather than be guided by a professional. Just like most women are wearing the wrong size bra, most women would choose the wrong size implant. Take-home implant kits are wonderful for practicing with your new size, but it should not be a free-for-all. If you take a random implant off the shelf, the chance that it’s the right one for you is very slim. Your breast augmentation consultation should be a fitting, where the surgeon assesses your breast width, tissue quality, elasticity, and amount of breast tissue, to figure out what size and shape would work best. By the end of your consultation, you should understand why you have a specific size, and what that size is. Depending on your height and frame, this may be very different than you originally thought.

The Ideal Implant Pocket

The second potential pitfall is failing to create the right implant pocket, the space that the implant will sit in. Breast implants are designed to sit on their flat surface and spread out just the right way. Bunching or crimping will prevent a smooth shape, which can happen if the pocket is too small. On the other hand, a big pocket will allow the implant to float around, which usually means drifting up to the collarbones, and riding too high for its own good.

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When Plastic Surgeons Listen To Their Preferred Music, Their Stitches Are Better And Faster

A new study from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston shows that when plastic surgeons listen to music they prefer, their surgical technique and efficiency when closing incisions is improved. The study is currently available in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal.

From classical to rock, music can be heard in operating rooms across the world. Although previous studies have shown that listening to music during operations can lower the stress levels of surgeons, there is limited information on the effects of music on technical performance while completing a surgical task, such as closing incisions. Stitching prowess and speed is especially important for plastic surgeons.

Fifteen plastic surgery residents were asked to close incisions with layered stitches on pigs’ feet obtained at a local food market – pigs’ feet are widely accepted as similar to human skin.

The residents were not informed of the purpose of the study. They were asked to do their best and to notify the researchers when they completed a closure. The day after the first incision closing exercise, the residents were asked to do another repair using identical technique with the music either being turned on or off, in opposition to the first closure. They were not told that the researchers were comparing times or that the results would be graded until the study was completed.

“We recognized that our subjects could potentially improve on the second repair simply as the result of repetition,” said author Dr. Shelby Lies, the UTMB chief plastic surgery resident. “This effect was reduced by randomly assigning the residents to music first or no music first groups.”

The average repair completion time for all residents was 7 percent shorter when their preferred music was playing. This effect was magnified as the experience of the surgeon grew. Playing their preferred music led to a 10 percent reduction of repair time for senior residents as compared to an 8 percent time reduction seen in the junior residents.

“Spending less time in the operating room can translate into significant cost reductions, particularly when incision closure is a large portion of the procedure, such as in a tummy tuck,” said Lies. “Longer duration under general anesthesia is also linked with increased risk of adverse events for the patient.”

The quality of the work was judged by plastic surgeons who did not know whose work they were analyzing or other conditions of the study. The judges’ ratings confirmed an overall improvement in repair quality while music was played, regardless of whether the resident did the repair with their music first or second.

“Our study confirmed that listening to the surgeon’s preferred music improves efficiency and quality of wound closure, which may translate to health care cost savings and better patient outcomes,” said author Dr. Andrew Zhang, UTMB assistant professor of surgery in the division of plastic and reconstructive surgery.

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Plastic Surgery Is Not About Mere Cosmetics!

The art of Craniofacial, Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery is an all-encompassing branch of surgical speciality that surpasses the limits of the human systems.  It percolates every tissue and every part of the human body.

 

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