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Archive for January, 2022
Start the Year Off Right With a Cosmetic Surgery Procedure
You may have started off the new year by not only looking back on the past 12 months but also making plans for the upcoming 12 months. Maybe you’ve decided that this is the year you are finally going to go for it and get that cosmetic surgery procedure you’ve been wanting. Here are 3 reasons why you shouldn’t put it off anymore – this is the year!
3 reasons you should get that procedure done
Why have you been considering a cosmetic surgery procedure? Everyone has their own reasons, which might include:
1. Health reasons. Plastic surgeons can do more than just make cosmetic changes – they can also perform procedures that keep you healthy and safe. This can include a nose job to help you breathe and sleep better or eyelid surgery to make sure that your vision isn’t impeded.
2. You haven’t seen the results you were trying to get. If you’ve spent months and months (or years and years) working out and watching your diet but still aren’t seeing the toned, contoured body you’ve always wanted, cosmetic surgery can help to get rid of stubborn, excess fat that you just can’t get rid of.
3. You are tired of being self-conscious. Everyone has something about their body they would change – is there something that you are always trying to hide? You don’t have to feel that way anymore. A cosmetic surgery procedure can help you to get rid of that constant feeling of self-consciousness and give you the body and the confidence you deserve to have.
Are you still having doubts about surgery? Don’t worry – you can still make changes. Maybe you’re not ready for a surgical procedure, but you can still take care of wrinkles, lines, and aging skin. There are a variety of injectables and other treatments available to treat any issue you may have – and these are nonsurgical with little (or no) downtime needed.
Why have you been thinking about plastic surgery? Whatever your reasons, if you have decided this is the year you’re going to do it, contact the Weinstein Plastic Surgery Center in Chester, New Jersey. Call (908) 879-2222 for an appointment today!
Posted in Plastic Surgery, Plastic Surgery News on January 30th, 2022
4 Tips for Choosing Your Ideal Plastic Surgeon
It is important to carefully choose who will perform your plastic surgery – after all, they will not only be in control of your cosmetic changes but your health and safety as well. However, the process of choosing the right plastic surgeon can feel overwhelming. There are so many to choose from that you may not know where to start. Here are 4 tips to help you choose your ideal plastic surgeon.
- A good place to start is by asking around for referrals. Ask friends, family, and people at work – and don’t forget friends on social media. But don’t just get the doctor’s name and add it to your list. Ask what they liked about their surgeon, as well as what they didn’t like.
- When you go to their office for your consultation, evaluate the cleanliness of the office, the friendliness of the staff, and the demeanor of the doctor. If the office doesn’t seem very clean, the staff doesn’t seem to care that you have been waiting around for more than an hour after your appointment was supposed to start, and the doctor doesn’t seem to be listening to your concerns, it probably isn’t the doctor for you.
- Ask about training and certifications. Board certification means the doctor has undergone extensive training and has met stringent patient safety standards.
- Ask to see examples of their work. Any plastic surgeon you are considering should be able to show you before and after pictures of previous patients. When looking through photos, look for bodies and faces that had a structure similar to yours before their surgery, and check the results of the surgery.
Choosing a plastic surgeon is just as important as choosing a family doctor. Carefully think about what you hope to get out of plastic surgery, and take the time to consider the different doctors in your area. The staff at Weinstein Plastic Surgery Center in Chester, New Jersey, will be more than happy to discuss your procedure with you – they know you will decide that their office is the right one for you! Call (908) 879-2222 to set up a consultation today!
Posted in Plastic Surgery, Plastic Surgery News on June 15th, 2021
5 tips for maintaining the results of your cosmetic surgery
Once you see the exciting results of your plastic surgery, you’ll want to do what you can to maintain results. While you can slow down the hands of time, there are many things you can do to make the most of your investment in yourself.
Eat well. A healthy lifestyle is beneficial in so many ways, but it is especially important when you undergo plastic surgery. Good health not only reduces risks during surgery, but it will help you during recovery to promote better healing. Put the right nutrients into your body and consume a rainbow of fruits and vegetables. Drink plenty of water, and avoid smoking if you gave it up before surgery.
Get moving. You will have certain limitations after surgery, so it’s essential to follow your surgeon’s advice. Depending on the type of procedure done, you’ll most likely ease back into exercise. But it’s important to get back to the activities you enjoy and help you feel and look good.
Take good care of your skin. You’ll need to protect your skin when exposed to the sun, especially after a surgical procedure to protect your new skin and any scars that are healing. Wear a sunscreen that protects against both UVA and UVB rays. Wear sunglasses and wide-brimmed hats to protect your eyes and face. Also, get in the habit of following a daily skincare regimen with products that are right for your skin type and concerns.
Follow your surgeon’s advice and keep all follow-up appointments. You will have specific instructions on what to do in the days, weeks and months after your surgery. You must follow these instructions as closely as possible to help with healing and maximize results. You will have follow-up appointments depending on the procedure you have done, and keeping those are essential to ensuring your recovery and results are on course.
Complement your new look with non-surgical treatments. If you’ve had a facelift, eyebrow lift or eyelid surgery, you may find that Botox and dermal fillers can add to your new look and prolong results.
If you’re interested in learning more about cosmetic procedures to rejuvenate your appearance, call (908) 879-2222 for a consultation.
Posted in Plastic Surgery News on May 30th, 2020
Plastic Surgery Trends 2013: Silicone Breast Implants Becoming More Popular
A recent report in The Wall Street Journal revealed that the use of silicone in breast augmentation has grown exponentially over the years since its re-approval by the FDA 6 years ago. In 2012, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery reported that 72 percent of all breast augmentation cases in the country employed silicone implants. For residents of New Jersey and New York Metro area, Dr. Larry Weinstein is their trusted New Jersey breast augmentation surgeon using silicone implants.
New Silicone Implant Approved
As of February 20, 2013, the Natrelle 410 Highly Cohesive Anatomically Shaped Silicone-Gel Filled Breast Implant is officially approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for breast augmentation and reconstruction. Natrelle, the 4th silicone implant approved by FDA, is currently manufactured by Allergan, Inc.
According to its manufacturer, the Natrelle implants contain more cross-linking (more bonds linking one silicone chain to the other) than its earlier counterparts, thus making the newly-approved implant firmer. The FDA approval was a result of a series of studies for 7 years which looked at 941 women using Natrelle 410 implants.
Significant Improvement Over the Years
The report further stated that the implants are very useful in breast reconstructions surgeries, particularly following a single-side mastectomy when there is a need to match the original shape of the patient’s remaining breast tissues.
To schedule your initial consultation with Dr. Weinstein concerning silicone implants, get in touch with us at our Chester Clinic by calling us at (908)879.2222 or by filling out this contact form. Make an appointment today and experience the life changing effects of plastic surgery!
Posted in breast augmentation, breast enhancement, Breast Implants, Plastic Surgery, Plastic Surgery News on July 15th, 2013
Your Breast Reconstruction Options in New Jersey
Thanks to Angelina Jolie’s recent revelation about her preventive mastectomy followed by breast reconstruction with implants, a lot of women are now aware about their options when faced with the diagnosis of breast cancer, or even how to prevent it from occurring if they have found out that they are highly susceptible to the mutation. Dr. Larry Weinstein, a New Jersey breast reconstruction surgeon, believes that the key to a successful breast reconstruction is all about understanding your options and consequently making an informed decision.
Angelina’s Three-Phases of Breast Reconstruction
Angelina’s breast reconstruction, by and large, had three phases.
“My own process began on Feb. 2 with a procedure known as a “nipple delay,” which rules out disease in the breast ducts behind the nipple and draws extra blood flow to the area,” Jolie wrote in her revelatory New York Times post. “This causes some pain and a lot of bruising, but it increases the chance of saving the nipple.
The second phase involved the major surgery which include breast tissue removal and replacing it with tissue expanders. Nine weeks later, the teardrop-shaped breast implants were put in place.
Jolie decided to have breast reconstruction when her doctors estimated that she had an 87 percent risk of getting breast cancer and another 50 percent risk of having ovarian cancer. It should be noted that her mother, 56 years old, died of breast cancer after battling the disease for almost a decade.
Your New Jersey Breast Reconstruction Options
Your choice of breast reconstruction techniques will depend on certain physical factors, complementary treatments, and your own preferences. The following are your breast reconstruction option techniques in New Jersey for a more natural and fuller look:
1. Breast Implants – You can choose to have saline or silicone implants. You can also choose to have it either one-staged or two-staged.
2. TRAM Flap – This option allows you to use your own fat and tissue from your lower abdominal region and have it transplanted to your breasts instead of the usual silicone or saline implants. While this option is more complicated than implants, TRAM Flap is a good choice for women who wish to have a more natural feel and look.
3. Latissimus FLAP Surgery – This technique is quite similar to the TRAM Flap option but the skin, tissues and fat are obtained from your latissimus area (that muscle and tissue which runs underneath the armpit and diagonally across your back).
To arrange your initial consultation with Dr. Weinstein and learn more about your breast reconstruction options in New Jersey, get in touch with us at our Chester Clinic by calling us at (908) 879.2222 or by filling out this contact form. Make an appointment today and experience the life changing effects of plastic surgery!
Posted in Angelina Jolie, Body Procedures, breast reconstruction, Plastic Surgery, Plastic Surgery News on June 7th, 2013
Your Breast Reconstruction Options
Breast reconstruction amongst women is typically used for women who have undergone a mastectomy — removal of the breast. Dr. Larry Weinstein performs a New Jersey breast reconstruction procedure either through breast implants or the woman’s own tissue, fat, and muscle.
Round vs. Shaped Implants
When it comes to breast reconstruction via implants, a recent survey revealed that outcomes are quite similar amongst women who had reconstruction via two types of implant shapes: round and the “anatomically shaped” implants. The results of the survey were recently published in the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery journal. The researchers surveyed and evaluated patient outcomes in women who had breast reconstruction after mastectomy for breast cancer. The reconstructions were done with round implants amongst 65 women while 63 women had reconstruction with the anatomically shaped implants.
Utilizing the standardized Breast-Q questionnaire, data was collected between one to four years after the reconstruction procedure. The questionnaire evaluated several areas of life satisfaction like the overall outcome of the procedure, physical, psychosocial, and spiritual well-being.
The results of the survey revealed that on a 100-point scale, the average satisfaction score for the overall outcome of the procedure itself was 75 for those with round implants and 77 for shaped implants. As to the appearance of their breasts, the two groups scored at roughly 64.
Breast Reconstruction in New Jersey
If you are considering a New Jersey breast reconstruction, you have the following options with Dr. Weinstein:
Breast Implants – you can choose either saline or silicone implants for the reconstruction. Some women are ideal for one-stage reconstruction while others may prefer to have it done in two phases.
TRAM Flap Surgery – you can opt to have your own muscle and tissue taken from the lower abdominal area to help reconstruct your breasts.
Latissimus Flap Surgery – the technique is similar to that of TRAM Flap but the muscle and tissues used are the ones from the one located beneath the armpit and diagonally across the back.
To arrange your initial consultation with Dr. Weinstein and learn more about breast reconstruction techniques as well as their corresponding pros and cons, get in touch with us at our Chester Clinic by calling us at (908)879.2222 or by filling out this contact form. Make an appointment today and experience the life changing effects of plastic surgery!
Posted in Breast Implants, breast reconstruction, Plastic Surgery News on May 15th, 2013
Botox Amongst Males Rising in Popularity
In 2012, there were approximately 14.6 million surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures done in United States. This numbers, provided by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, further revealed that Botox tops the list amongst the non-surgical cosmetic procedures. This should not come as a surprise as more men and women are now deeply conscious of how they look and how it affects their overall personality. Dr. Larry Weinstein usually recommends a session of New Jersey Botox for individuals who would like to delay the process of aging a little more.
Botox for Men
The idea of Botox as a wrinkle treatment for women is now a thing of the past. Recent statistics has revealed that this lunchtime procedure is now sought after by men — from Wall Street bankers to TV personalities to the regular Joe sitting next to you at the bus station.
A 2012 report posted at The Huffington Post revealed that Wall Street men seeking Botox are now increasing in number. “They are looking for ways to smooth out the stress lines caused by the European crisis abroad and weak economy at home. But while bankers are willing to go under the knife, they do want to make sure they aren’t found out,” the report stated.
Botox as a preventive measure against wrinkles are now also widely used amongst women in their twenties. Originally utilized to reduce the appearance of fine lines and crow’s feet, Botox is now in demand for its ability to actually delay the appearance of the first signs of wrinkles.
While the appearance of wrinkles is influenced by diet, genetics and stress, early injections of Botox could actually help delay its development. A recent news item over Arizona’s CBS5 featured a 29-year old woman who has been getting Botox since she was 26 years old. She wanted to maintain the youthful glow of her 20s thus her early use of Botox.
If you’re thinking about getting Botox, expect to notice results within 5 to 10 days after treatment. Results could last for 3 to 4 months and repeat sessions may be need to keep wrinkles at bay.
To schedule your initial consultation with Dr. Weinstein for your male Botox session in New Jersey, get in touch with us at our Chester Woods Clinic by calling us at (908)879.2222 or by filling out this contact form. Make an appointment today and experience the life changing effects of plastic surgery!
Posted in Botox, face procedures, Plastic Surgery, Plastic Surgery News on March 5th, 2013
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