Are you ready to change your life? Do you want to return to your figure of your youth? Do you want to create a new look?
There are many reasons why both men and women seek out Body Sculpting? It may be for medical reasons. Weight-loss surgery, for example, as effective as it may be, often leaves extra folds of tissue that should be removed. Or post-pregnancy, many women find it difficult to regain a lean figure. Or it may be for cosmetic reasons – that extra layers of fat that refuse to disappear despite the best of diets and exercise program.
There are many reasons why people consider Body Sculpting. And all are valid and important.
Body sculpting is a generic term that covers a range of procedures to help reshape a person’s body. Patients may want to be treated for a variety of reasons:
- excess weight that is resistant to diet and exercise,
- post-pregnancy stretch marks and weight,
- excess folds of skin post-weight-loss surgery,
- extra-flabs of skin and weight from aging,
- hereditary factors can also play a role in excess fat and skin.
These procedures can help people remove excess the fat and skin, allowing patients to achieve lean, toned figures.
Dr. Paul Dreschnack is an experienced and exceptional plastic surgeon in a range of body sculpting procedures.
Tummy tuck surgery, also known as abdominoplasty, removes excess fat and skin around the belly. In addition, the surgery will restore weakened or separated muscles. This will create a profile that is slimmer and firmer.
In general, a tummy tuck will last. However, the overall outcome through the years can be affected by fluctuations in weight. Therefore, Dr. Dreschanck may also recommend various exercise and dietary programs to maintain your new figure.
Scar revision is surgery to improve or reduce the appearance of scars. It also restores function, and corrects skin changes (disfigurement) caused by an injury, wound, poor healing, or previous surgery.
advancement flap surgery
Advancement Flap for the Treatment of a Complex Anal Fistula. The procedure of an advancement flap may be summarized as elevating a flap, coring out of a infected gland, as well as an epithelized internal opening, suturing of the internal sphincter defect, closing the wound with a flap, and providing effective drainage.
Liposuction is a popular procedure because of its ease of use, allowing the surgeon to target exact areas of the body. Generally, the procedure can be done in the doctor’s office. The surgeon makes small incisions in the skin, inserting a tube like instrument, allowing the removal of stubborn fat deposits.
Dr. Dreschnack prides himself on his gentle and careful approach – ensuring the comfort of the patient during the procedure and little or no bruising afterwards.
Dermabrasion is a type of surgical skin planing, typically performed in a professional medical setting by a dermatologist or plastic surgeon trained specifically in this procedure. Dermabrasion has been practiced for many years (before the advent of lasers) and involves the controlled deeper abrasion (wearing away) of the upper to mid layers of the skin with any variety of strong abrasive devices including a wire brush, diamond wheel or fraise, sterilized sandpaper, salt crystals, or other mechanical means.
Hair transplantation is a surgical technique that removes hair follicles from one part of the body, called the ‘donor site’, to a bald or balding part of the body known as the ‘recipient site’. The technique is primarily used to treat male pattern baldness.