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The Plastic Surgeon Miami, a cosmetic surgery clinic in Miami, Florida, has published a new blog post where they inform people that they can get that new look and new life they desire for the new year. Dr. Ramiro Morales and his team of plastic surgeons may be able to help people accomplish such a desire through the various procedures that they can provide. Examples of such procedures are the tummy tuck, breast augmentation, and facelift. Achieving the desired new look can also bring about a new life for the person because body image can contribute a lot to a person’s pride and confidence.

Dr. Ramiro Morales says, “As a new year rolls around, you may not like what you see in the mirror. Your body may be out of shape. With age, your skin sags, and it is difficult to maintain a youthful appearance. Fortunately, thanks to the services offered by our plastic surgeons, it is possible to regain a body that makes you smile. We provide various cosmetic treatments that will enhance your beauty and will breathe new life into your body.”

For people with a tummy that makes them feel they’re fat and ugly, or simply uncomfortable, there is the tummy tuck or abdominoplasty. During the procedure, excess fat and skin are removed within and around the abdomen. The procedure also includes the restoration of separated or weakened muscles. This involves the lifting of the skin to enable the repair of underlying abdominal muscles. Next, the skin is tightened over the abdomen, suture closed, and then dressed with skin adhesives. The result of the procedure is an ideally proportionate abdomen that matches the person’s body weight and type. However, the plastic surgeons Miami residents can rely on at the said cosmetic surgery clinic also want to point out that they won’t recommend the procedure for people who are planning to significantly lose weight or get pregnant because the skin may just return to its initial sagging condition.

The breast augmentation procedure is for women who desire to have breasts with a more flattering shape and size. It should be noted, however, that while breast augmentation surgery has become quite common, not all cosmetic surgeons have the expertise to perform it properly because it requires high-precision and has a number of challenges. It can accomplish a number of things, such as lifting of the breasts, increase the size of the breasts, fix hanging breasts, correct the shape of the breasts, adjust the size of the breasts to make them equal, and correct the reduction in breast size after pregnancy or a major weight loss.

The most common procedure for breast augmentation is done by using implants, which may either be silicone or saline implants. The kind of implant to be used will depend on several factors for which a consultation will have to be done. Through consultation, it can be ensured that the implant used is truly appropriate for the patient’s body type and age.

For people who want to have a younger look, the facelift is the procedure to use. It is designed to get rid of any visible signs of aging from the face and neck area to provide the desired softer and smoother look. This will involve an incision that is done above the hairline and follows the natural line in front of the ear and behind the earlobe. This is followed by the separation of the skin from fat and muscle, after which, the muscles are tightened and any undesirable fat deposits are removed. The plastic surgeon will then reposition the skin and cut out any excess.

People who require plastic surgeons in Miami to provide them with the new look they have long desired may want to visit the website of The Plastic Surgeon Miami at http://theplasticsurgeonmiami.com/, or contact them on the phone or through email. The clinic is open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, from Monday to Friday.

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For more information about The Plastic Surgeon Miami, contact the company here:

The Plastic Surgeon Miami
Dr. Ramiro Morales
954-870-4420
info@moralesplasticsurgery.com
12600 Pembroke Road,
Suite 306 Miramar, FL, USA

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