Arm lift Case Study 18

Arm lift Case Study 18

This lady has lost a considerable amount of weight and has achieved her ideal weight and been weight stable for some time. Liposuction only in the presence of excess skin is not recommended but when combined with excisional techniques can be a very good way to provide arm rejuvenation. Patients must be aware of the … Continued
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Abdominoplasty Case Study 81

Abdominoplasty Case Study 81

With pregnancy, the layers of the abdominal wall are stretched and the skin is stretched. The amount of skin excess removed is from just above the pubic hairline up to the level of the tummy button. The remaining skin is dissected and pulled down. Often liposuction is required around the flanks to reduce the chance … Continued
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Abdominoplasty Case Study 80

Abdominoplasty Case Study 80

A tummy tuck strengthens the abdominal wall, allows removal of skin excess and by stretching the remaining skin the skin wrinkling and stretch marks are often improved. This lady is seen 3 months following an abdominoplasty showing the improvement in contour even at an early stage. Mr Ross does not use any drains and patients … Continued
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Mummy Makeover Case Study 31

Mummy Makeover Case Study 31

This lady wished to improve the contour of her abdominal wall, remove the skin excess and achieve an improved breast contour. Although she did not wish her breasts to be larger she wanted a subtle increase. She wished to have a guaranteed volume and opted for breast implants rather than fat transfer. When one places … Continued
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Mummy Makeover Case Study 30

Mummy Makeover Case Study 30

This lady wished to improve the contour of her abdomen while at the same time increasing the volume of her breasts. She wished to have an increase in breast volume and opted to have a classic abdominoplasty and a breast lift with breast augmentation (Mastopexy Implant). The results are seen at 6 weeks and the … Continued
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Abdominoplasty Case Study 79

Abdominoplasty Case Study 79

Following child birth the layers of the abdominal wall do not go back into the same position and the layers of the abdominal wall are often weakened. The muscles that once sat together in the midline are often split apart. An abdominoplasty not only aims to remove the excess skin but also aims to improve … Continued
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Mummy Makeover Case Study 29

Mummy Makeover Case Study 29

The use of bodyjet liposuction to remove fat and improve contour can be combined with breast rejuvenation techniques of mastopexy and breast lifting. This lady is seen 3 months following liposuction, fat transfer and mastopexy in combination. When considering breast surgery alongside abdominal rejuvenation surgery or as part of a mommy makeover package it is … Continued
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Abdominoplasty Case Study 78

Abdominoplasty Case Study 78

A tummy tuck strengthens the abdominal wall, allows removal of skin excess and by stretching the remaining skin the skin wrinkling and stretch marks are often improved. This lady is seen 6 months following an abdominoplasty. Mr Ross does not use any drains and patients are mobilised immediately following surgery allowing them to go home … Continued
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Abdominoplasty Case Study 77

Abdominoplasty Case Study 77

With pregnancy, the layers of the abdominal wall are stretched and the skin is stretched. The amount of skin excess removed is from just above the pubic hairline up to the level of the tummy button. The remaining skin is dissected and pulled down. Over time the scars of an abdominoplasty will improve and the … Continued
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Abdominoplasty Case Study 76

Abdominoplasty Case Study 76

Although pregnancy and weight loss are the commonest reasons for abdominal rejuvenation another reason for patients requesting abdominal rejuvenation is skin resurfacing to help with the appearance. In this case the lady presented with several previous abdominal scars and also a number of incisional hernias following previous intra-abdominal surgery. This lady had both functional problems … Continued
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