The new year is upon us and you can make 2019 a transformative year by slimming and tightening your core with one of three popular abdominal procedures offered by Naples, Florida-based Gardner Plastic Surgery. Whether by tummy tuck, mini tummy tuck, or Smartlipo®, Dr. Paul M. Gardner or Dr. Leo M. Baccaro can help you contour your midsection to achieve a slimmer, well-toned abdomen. Each procedure represents a different level of invasiveness, but all three typically lead to noticeable results that boost self-confidence and body positivity. Read on to learn which procedure might work best to reshape your new you in the new year!
While exercise and diet are proven methods of firming and toning one’s physique, the thighs can sometimes seem especially resistant to any exercise- or diet-induced change. Some people find that their thighs vigorously retain fat cells, cellulite, and excess skin, no matter how severe the diet nor how intense the exercise. This may tend to prove especially true when exercise and diet lead to significant weight loss in other parts of the body, or as a result of aging or pregnancy. While other parts of the body may have firmed and tightened with exercise and diet, the thighs may still retain sagging skin, dimples, and fat deposits.
The Brazilian Butt Lift has been the third fastest growing cosmetic surgery so far this century—a 254 percent increase in annual procedures performed compared with 2000. Naples, Florida-based Gardner Plastic Surgery is proud to have a dedicated surgeon on staff with extensive training in plastic and reconstructive surgery at the world-renowned Houston Methodist Hospital in the Texas Medical Center, Dr. Leopoldo M. Baccaro. Dr. Baccaro offers the Brazilian Butt Lift as an option to enhance the hips and buttocks.
With first-hand experience helping survivors overcome the physical changes, and improve their self-esteem through breast reconstruction surgery, Naples, Florida-based Gardner Plastic Surgery is intimately familiar with breast cancer. Annually, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we feel we should do our part to educate our patients and other readers about this disease that impacts one out of every eight women. Read on to learn more about breast cancer causes, risk factors, and other facts regarding the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women.