Plastic Surgery

5 Cosmetic Treatments to Help Your Plastic Surgery Results Shine

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Whether you’ve already had plastic surgery in the past or are considering your options for an upcoming procedure, you now have more cosmetic treatment options than ever to help you look and feel your best.

In fact, many nonsurgical treatments work as excellent complements to surgical procedures. So before you start your search for the best nonsurgical procedures to pair with your plastic surgery, read up on these popular nonsurgical options you might want to try.

1. CoolSculpting®

Wait until you have completely healed from a surgical procedure before considering getting CoolSculpting or another nonsurgical treatment.

A popular nonsurgical body contouring tool, CoolSculpting® can help to enhance the results of other surgical body contouring procedures, such as abdominoplasty or even breast augmentation. While not a weight loss method, CoolSculpting can help to get rid of small pockets of stubborn fat in areas like your hips, waist, belly and thighs.

Some women choose to use CoolSculpting to help them achieve an hourglass figure following breast augmentation, for example. Other people might want to get CoolSculpting after they’ve had a tummy tuck or to fine-tune liposuction results down the road.

2. Cellfina™

Cellulite is a common problem for 90 percent of women, yet it can be challenging to get rid of. Unfortunately, surgical procedures like liposuction and abdominoplasty don’t necessarily address cellulite. But the good news is that there is now an effective minimally-invasive option called Cellfina™ that can stop cellulite in its tracks.

Many women choose to combine Cellfina with their liposuction or mommy makeover to address uneven skin texture in addition to other concerns.

3. Injectables

Injectables like BOTOX®, Dysport® and fillers are popular facial rejuvenation treatments, whether used on their own or combined with a surgical procedure for enhanced results. Some people choose to get what’s sometimes called a “liquid facelift” before moving forward with a surgical procedure.

This can serve two purposes: 1) a liquid facelift can act as a “trial run” before getting a surgical procedure to get a better idea of what the results might look like, and 2) nonsurgical options like injectables may achieve the desired results without requiring surgery.

In other instances, injectable treatments can complement facial plastic surgery. Eyelid surgery, for example, doesn’t address the mid- and lower-face areas, while fillers can.

4. Microneedling

Another great complement to facelifts and other facial plastic surgeries, microneedling uses a needle-like device to stimulate the skin’s natural healing process. This treatment is frequently used to treat a wide array of skin concerns, including fine lines, acne scars, uneven skin tone and a dull, lackluster complexion.

Combined with the proper skincare routine for your skin type and concerns, microneedling can help your facelift results shine.

5. Nonsurgical Feminine Rejuvenation

Women who are considering labiaplasty or cosmetic gynecology treatments may choose to add a nonsurgical treatment such as Viveve®.

Viveve vaginal rejuvenation uses a combination of radiofrequency and cryotherapy to rejuvenate vaginal tissue and muscles, while keeping the surface of your skin cool and comfortable. This treatment can result in improved vaginal laxity and dryness and reduced urinary stress incontinence.


5 Cosmetic Treatments to Help Your Plastic Surgery Results Shine
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