How to Prepare for Your Day of Surgery

stk212534rkeAs your day of surgery nears, you most likely have many thoughts running through your head. It is likely that you feel excited, a bit nervous and perhaps anxious about how to prepare for your surgery day. To help you relax and make sure you have everything taken care of, Dr. William E. LoVerme discusses the things you should do in the weeks and days leading up to your plastic surgery procedure of choice.

Take Care of Medical Requirements

In the weeks leading up to your procedure, you should undergo any routine blood tests that Dr. LoVerme has requested. In addition, about a week prior to your surgery day, you should fill any prescription medications, including pain relievers and / or antibiotics, that Dr. LoVerme has written for you.

Get Your House Ready

When you return home after your cosmetic surgery procedure, you will likely be groggy from the anesthesia and should get as much sleep as possible during the first couple of days after your procedure. That is why it is important to prepare your house (or the place where you will recover) before your surgery day.

  • Place plastic sheeting over your bed and couch if you anticipate having fluid drainage (as is typically the case with body contouring procedures).
  • Set aside loose-fitting, comfortable clothes to wear. You might want to wear button-down shirts instead of something you pull over your head, especially if you undergo a breast procedure that initially limits your arms’ range of motion.
  • Make sure you have anything you might need while recuperating — for instance, your medications, ice packs, pillows, blankets, magazines and the television remote control — close by where you can access them easily.
  • Stock your refrigerator with healthy, unprocessed foods that are easy to eat and digest, such as hearty soups, as well as plenty of fluids. Try to stay away from foods and beverages that are high in sodium and sugar. Following a healthy diet and staying hydrated are vital to the healing process.

Make Post-Operative Arrangements

You should expect to take anywhere from three days to two weeks off from work or your normal routine, depending on which procedure you have had. During the initial phase of recovery, you should rest as much as possible and avoid strenuous activity, including heavy lifting. With this in mind, arrange:

  • For the necessary time off work
  • To have a responsible adult drop you off at and pick you up from the surgery center, and to stay with you for at least the first 24 hours following surgery
  • To have help with the kids, if you have children

Practice Healthy Habits

To help prepare your body for surgery so it heals well and as quickly as possible, it is crucial that you eat healthy, well-balanced meals, stay hydrated and stop smoking (if you smoke). Smoking robs your blood of oxygen, which is essential for cell repair, and introduces toxic chemicals into your bloodstream. It also constricts the blood vessels, making it difficult for them to deliver nutrient-rich blood to the healing tissues.

Smoking in the weeks before and after surgery can lead to serious complications, including the reopening of your wounds. You will need to stop smoking at least two to four weeks before and after your procedure; although you might consider using this time as an opportunity to quit smoking altogether.

Learn More

Dr. LoVerme and the team at Accurate Aesthetics will give you comprehensive instructions regarding pre- and post-operative care. Following their instructions closely will help your body heal as quickly as possible and will help you achieve the surgical results you desire. If you have any questions about preparing for your surgery day or if you would like to learn more, feel free to contact us by calling (877) 603-7874.

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Questions to Ask During Your Breast Augmentation Consultation

What to Ask During Your Breast Surgery Consultation

Undergoing breast augmentation surgery can be a positive, life-changing event. However, it is also a serious surgical procedure and should not be undertaken lightly. Individuals considering breast augmentation surgery should do their due diligence to educate themselves about their prospective plastic surgeon, the choices related to breast implant surgery and what to expect before, during and after the procedure. To help you gather the pertinent information about breast augmentation surgery, renowned cosmetic surgeon Dr. William E. LoVerme shares the following 15 questions you should ask during your breast augmentation consultation.

  1. Are You Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery?
  2. How Long Have You Been Practicing?
  3. How Many Breast Augmentation Procedures Do You Perform Each Month and Each Year?
  4. What Is Your Personal Aesthetic in Regard to Breast Surgery—Do You Strive to Provide Natural-Looking Results?
  5. What Type of Breast Implants Do You Recommend and Why?
  6. What Size of Breast Implants Do You Recommend for My Body Type and Frame?
  7. Which Incision Pattern and Placement Method Do You Suggest and Why?
  8. What Can I Expect Before, During and After Breast Augmentation Surgery? Specifically, What Do I Have to Do to Prepare for the Procedure, and What Is the Recovery Period Like?
  9. May I See Some Before-and-After Photos?
  10. Can I Contact Any of Your Breast Augmentation Patients as References?
  11. Where Do You Perform the Surgery?
  12. Where Are Your Hospital Admitting Privileges (If Not in the Same Place Where the Surgery Is Performed)? What Are Your Emergency Protocols?
  13. What Is Your Policy on Revision Surgery, if Necessary? What Is Your Incidence of Revision Surgery Requests?
  14. What Are the Possible Risks of Breast Augmentation Surgery? Are Loss of Nipple Sensation and Difficulty Breastfeeding Possible Side Effects?
  15. What Is Included in the Final Cost of Breast Augmentation Surgery?

When consulting with a prospective plastic surgeon, be sure that he or she is willing to answer all these questions and that the surgeon does not make you feel rushed or silly for asking the questions. Decide for yourself if you are satisfied with the plastic surgeon’s responses. Most importantly, do not feel pressured to pursue plastic surgery with a surgeon whom you are not comfortable with.

To schedule a one-on-one consultation with Dr. LoVerme to learn more about breast augmentation surgery, contact Accurate Aesthetics by calling (877) 603-7874.

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Breast Reduction: When to Downsize

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Breast reduction is a type of cosmetic procedure that removes skin, excess fat, and tissue from the breasts to reduce the overall size. Women who have naturally large breasts constantly deal with discomfort, but when is it the right time to undergo breast reduction.

You are Always in Pain

When you are constantly dealing with terrible back pain, neck pain, and/or shoulder pain it can interfere with your daily activities and become a burden. If the pain is becoming unbearable and is interfering with your life, you should consider a breast reduction.

It’s Hard to Find the Right Bras

With larger breasts, it is difficult to find the proper-fitted bra that provides the necessary support. These bras can be difficult to find and expensive and no matter what they leave horrible groves in your shoulders and back. If you find it difficult to find the proper bras or tops to fit you, a breast reduction can help.

You Can’t Exercise

Having large breasts can place too much weight on the chest, making it uncomfortable to do any form of physical activity. Many women elect to have breast reduction because of the daily discomfort that large breasts places on leading a physically active. lifestyle

It Leads to Poor Posture

With large breasts, it is very common for a woman to begin to hunch due to the excess weight in her chest and unfortunately ruins posture. Poor posture does not only affect the way you look, but can also cause health problems such as reduced lung capacity. Hunching over does not allow your lungs to get all the oxygen they need leading to shortness of breath.

You Have Trouble Breathing

Large breasts can also have an impact on breathing properly. This can happen because of the excess amount of weight that is placed on the chest and ribs. If you feel you have difficulty breathing, you should speak with a plastic surgeon to discuss your options.

If you are constantly dealing with these issues, it may be time for you to learn what the breast reduction procedure can do for you. Ease your discomfort and live a healthier lifestyle by reducing the size of your breasts with a breast reduction in Boston. Visit our plastic surgeon’s office for a consultation on your procedure.


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Holiday Treats You Won’t Regret Come the New Year

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With so many seasonal treats available during the holidays, it is easy to put on a few extra pounds without even realizing it until the holidays are over and it is time to get back to a regular routine. Perhaps that is why the No. 1 New Year’s resolution that people make is to lose weight. This year, Wellesley plastic surgeon Dr. William E. LoVerme shares some holidays treats that you can enjoy during this festive time of year — without regretting it come the New Year.

Chocolate Mousse With a Twist

Instead of indulging in sugary milk chocolate, you can get your chocolate fix with this delectable vegan chocolate-avocado mousse. The avocado gives this treat its richness, without having to use heavy cream, which is high in fat. You can use stevia, a natural sweetener, instead of sugar to keep the calorie count down. You can also mix in a few berries or nuts during the last step of the preparation process for added flavor and texture. Bon appétit!


1 large ripe avocado

¼ cup raw cocoa powder

¼ cup coconut or almond milk

2 tsp stevia (or alternative natural sweetener)

1 tsp natural vanilla extract


Puree the ripe avocado until it is smooth. Mix the cocoa powder and milk together until they are combined; add this to the avocado. Stir in the stevia and vanilla extract, and mix everything well. You can store the mousse in the fridge until you are ready to eat it.

Red, Red Wine

When consumed in moderation, red wine has health benefits. Red wine is a good source of flavonoids and resveratrol, antioxidants that fight the free radicals present in our bodies. Flavonoids and resveratrol have been shown to lower “bad” LDL cholesterol levels and boost “good” HDL cholesterol levels in the blood, supporting cardiovascular health. In addition, some studies show that resveratrol protects cells from damage that could lead to cancer; however, additional research is needed on this subject.

The bottom line is that enjoying one glass of red wine a day may keep the doctor away. Therefore, you may want to reach for a glass of red wine instead of indulging in egg nog, which is high in calories and fat content.

No-Bake Rolled Oat Cookies

You do not even need to bake these delicious cookies that are a good source of fiber, which helps regulate digestion and keeps you feeling full longer.


2 ½ cups rolled oats

1/3 cup natural almond butter

3 tbsp honey

½ dark chocolate chips (with 70-percent or more cacao)


Combine all the ingredients in a bowl, and mix them thoroughly. Form the cookies, using a muffin tin as your mold. Put the muffin tin in the fridge and allow the mixture to set. Enjoy!

Need Help With Holiday Weight Gain?

If you did gain some weight this holiday season, don’t fret. Simply try to get back to your regular diet and fitness routine as soon as possible. If you have tried to diet and exercise but still have pesky “problem areas” plagued with stubborn fat, contact Dr. LoVerme for help. He offers several body contouring treatment options to help you look your best over the New Year.

To schedule a personal consultation with Dr. LoVerme to learn more about your body contouring treatment options, contact Accurate Aesthetics by calling (877) 603-7874.

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Cosmetic Concerns by Age Group

Common Plastic Surgery Questions by AgeAt Accurate Aesthetics, Dr. William E. LoVerme treats a wide range of patients, ranging in age from about 16 to 75 years old. Although all Dr. LoVerme’s patients seek to address aesthetic concerns, they do not all share the same one(s). Here are the most popular elective cosmetic surgery (and nonsurgical) procedures by age group.


It is generally best that teenagers wait until they have stopped developing before pursuing cosmetic surgery. As a result, reputable plastic surgeons typically will not perform cosmetic surgery on teenagers.

There are two exceptions, however. Many plastic surgeons will perform otoplasty (ear surgery) on teens who are extremely embarrassed about this feature, especially if the patient is being teased or bullied for his or her appearance. Another cosmetic procedure that is sometimes offered to teenagers is rhinoplasty — but only if they have stopped developing. Dr. LoVerme meets with teenage patients considering rhinoplasty to decide on a case-by-case basis whether the procedure would be beneficial.


Individuals in their 20s do not generally have aging-related cosmetic concerns. Nonetheless, women in their 20s often request breast augmentation surgery. A woman’s breasts have typically stopped developing by her 20s, and thus the true size and shape of the breasts are revealed. Therefore, undergoing breast augmentation during one’s 20s might be beneficial — as long as the patient is pursuing the procedure of her own volition and for the right reasons.


Individuals in their 30s generally share one of two cosmetic concerns: Either they are frustrated with premature signs of facial aging or they have noticed that their figure has undergone dramatic changes due to pregnancy and breastfeeding.

For 30-something patients who are unhappy with noticeable signs of aging, Dr. LoVerme offers a range of nonsurgical cosmetic treatment options, as facial rejuvenation surgery is typically not needed at this age. Dr. LoVerme’s nonsurgical cosmetic treatment options include Exilis skin-tightening treatment for firmer skin as well as laser skin-resurfacing treatment to improve the look of fine lines, mild wrinkles and hyperpigmentation, providing more even skin tone and texture. We also start to use BOTOX and fillers such as Juvéderm for patients at this age.

For mothers in their 30s who are frustrated with the look of sagging breasts and loose abdominal skin and a lack of abdominal muscle tone, Dr. LoVerme offers mommy makeover surgery. Mommy makeover surgery is not simply one procedure but a combination of breast lift (with or without breast implants) and abdominoplasty (“tummy tuck” surgery) to address the common aesthetic concerns that many mothers have.


As we age, the body gradually produces less and less collagen and elastin, two proteins that are essential for healthy, supple skin. Without these proteins, the skin loses its elasticity and starts to sag. Muscle tone is lost, and fat is displaced. The result is sagging facial skin, wrinkles, deeper facial folds, hollow-looking areas of the face, jowls and more. These aesthetic concerns may be compounded by lifestyle habits, such as smoking or sunbathing without proper SPF protection, or by genetics.

For patients in their 40s who are starting to notice these visible signs of facial aging developing, Dr. LoVerme offers several types of facial rejuvenation surgery, including blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) to remove excess skin and fat from the upper eyelids, lower eyelids or both, for a rejuvenated look throughout the eye area. He also performs brow lift surgery to improve the look of horizontal forehead furrows. (For more complex facial aesthetic concerns, Dr. LoVerme might recommend facelift surgery or a combination of facial rejuvenation procedures.) Non-invasive treatments may still be an option for patients in this age group, such as Exilis skin-tightening treatment, IPL photofacials and dermal filler treatments. It is also necessary for patients at this age to maintain an excellent skin care program with medical-grade skin care products such as those offered exclusively by Accurate Aesthetics.


By the time individuals reach their 50s, noticeable signs of facial aging have become more pronounced. For these patients, facelift surgery is often an effective treatment option. Dr. LoVerme can also include neck lift surgery or nonsurgical skin-tightening treatment to optimize the rejuvenating effects of facial rejuvenation surgery.

To schedule a personal consultation with Dr. LoVerme to learn more about your cosmetic surgery treatment options, contact Accurate Aesthetics by calling (877) 603-7874.

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How to Keep An Amazing Figure this Holiday Season

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The holidays are just around the corner, are you prepared to be surrounded with delicious entrées and desserts? Family members bring in their special dishes in plentiful; these meals are delicious, but heavy on the calories. Boston Liposuction can help you get rid of excess skin and assist you with your weight loss goal before and after the holidays. These simple tips can help you enjoy the holiday meals and maintain your figure.

Don’t Go Shopping While Hungry

During the holidays, shoppers are running around the stores looking for the best deals on gifts and rushing to get everything done on time. It’s important to avoid skipping meals or opt for unhealthy snacks by stopping by Cinnabon and packing on excess carbs. Give yourself a break and enjoy a proper meal or bring healthy snacks with you.

Bring Your Own Dishes

There are plenty of ways you can cut back on the excess calories by merely bringing your own plate to your upcoming holiday parties. Create a healthy appetizer to put on the table, that way you will not be tempted to overload on empty calories before dinner.

Manage Your Portions

This can be the toughest part about the holidays, controlling your portions. With so many different delicious entrees in front of you, saying no is the hardest part. Before preparing your plate, take a look around at all your options this will keep you from overloading your plate with everything in sight. Always keep in mind that one of the best things about the holidays are the leftovers, so there is no need to overeat.

Keep Up with Your Exercise Routine

Continuing your exercise routine is extremely important to keep the weight off. During this time, many people neglect the gym and take a break. However, eating heavier meals and not following your exercise routine can lead to weight gain. If you are traveling, then go for a run or a walk after dinner. Try to engage in physical activities as much as you can. Be realistic and don’t try to lose weight, but work on maintaining your current weight.

After the holidays, many of us race to the gym to get rid of those unwanted pounds. When constant exercise refuses to target those troubled areas such as your hips, buttocks, or stomach area, a highly-skilled plastic surgeon you trust can help you eliminate these problems. Fill out our online form to schedule a consultation to learn how to get your body back.

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Are You The Perfect Tummy Tuck Candidate?

A tummy tuck, known as abdominoplasty, is a cosmetic surgery that removes excess skin and adipose tissue from the abdomen region. An abdominoplasty procedure can be performed on men and women, but it may not be suitable for everyone. A tummy tuck procedure is geared towards individuals that are healthy and are close to their ideal weight and want to tighten up their abdominal muscles.

Consider a Tummy Tuck Procedure if you:

  • Have excess skin that does not improve with diet and exercise.

  • Have lost a significant amount of weight

  • Have had multiple pregnancies

  • Want to tone and flatten your abdomen.

Many individuals who were once obese need help getting rid of the excess skin. Losing weight rapidly can leave a large amount of excess skin especially around the tummy. After all your hard work you have reached your target weight but are left with a problem area; abdominoplasty in Boston or Wellesley is the right procedure for you.

If you are looking to lose weight, liposuction might be a better option to consider. A tummy tuck is for individuals that want to feel more confident with their body, have come close to reach their ideal weight. Contact our tummy tuck specialist online to schedule a consultation to learn more about our procedures and to learn about the best cosmetic solution for your body.

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Are You Ready for Halloween? Plastic Surgery May Help

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As Halloween approaches, everyone is bombarded with advertising for sexy Halloween costumes. Many people settle for simple costumes or ignore all the Halloween party invites altogether because they just do not feel comfortable dressing up. This Halloween, could be different if people utilize plastic surgery to improve their body image and increase their confidence.

Plastic surgery in Boston allows patients a chance to change their look and boost their sense of self-worth. Many people get caught up in focusing on flaws and fail to enjoy an active social life. Halloween parties and social gatherings are a big part of the holiday season. Perhaps a Boston breast augmentation or Boston tummy tuck with a board-certified plastic surgeon Boston is the answer for you.

How Can I Transform My Body?

There are many options for transforming a patient’s body. Patients should contact a plastic surgeon Boston for a consultation that can better educate them on the procedures. Creating realistic expectations and allowing for ample time to heal are important aspects to consider when thinking about getting plastic surgery.

Liposuction Boston is a popular procedure that patients opt for when they just want help shedding excess weight and shaping their body. Halloween costumes tend to be tight-fitting and even a bit revealing. Instead of shying away from those types of costumes, consider what liposuction, a tummy tuck, or breast implants can do for you. As we age, we can experience difficulties in losing weight and maintaining smooth lines in our figure. Yet, plastic surgery can offer that extra help patients need to meet their physical goals.

What Options Are There For Facial Plastic Surgery?

When it comes to procedures for the face, patients have many options. These options include facelift, brow lift, eyelid surgery, rhinoplasty, and facial rejuvenation procedures. Maybe you would just like a facelift to smooth out lines and wrinkles? A facelift can create a long-lasting effect for a more youthful appearance. A quality plastic surgeon will be able to customize the approach so that you maintain a natural appearance that does not turn you into a completely different person.

Liposuction Boston is not just for sculpting a better torso, arms, or legs. It can also help get rid of excess fat at the patient’s neck. This procedure can improve the patient’s profile and give a more youthful appearance. In an article by the Consumer Guide to Plastic Surgery, patients are urged to continue diet and exercise regimens that promote a healthy body. Procedures like liposuction and tummy tucks can help a great deal in body sculpting but to feel more satisfied with the overall appearance, a patient should do their best to maintain their physical appearance even after a procedure has been a success.

Planning Ahead

Every person is different and they come to plastic surgery with their own set of problems. Also, people heal at different rates. If a patient is looking to feel better and look great in time for a sexy Halloween costume, it is best to begin the search for an experienced plastic surgeon right away.

Make goals that are attainable. Maybe it’s time to get rid of that pesky muffin top or saggy eyelids? Ultimately, it is up to the patient to decide what procedures are necessary to obtain their desired look. If you’re considering plastic surgery in Boston, Wellesley or Sudbury, consulting with a board-certified plastic surgeon can offer further information about realistic goals for your body.


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When Can I Return to Normal Activities After Breast Augmentation?

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Millions of women contemplate undergoing breast augmentation to rejuvenate the shape, size and volume of their breasts. Many of them are worried about how the recovery process will affect their lives in the days after the procedure. Women may feel they have gained a new lease on life after changing their figure for the better body they have always dreamed of. However, after breast augmentation a patient’s body is required to go through a small downtime period to allow proper rest and healing.

Breast augmentation, or mammoplasty, is a cosmetic procedure that reshapes the breast for a fuller and firmer appearance to complement a woman’s feminine figure. Silicone or saline breast implants can be utilized to add projection and enhance the appearance of the patient’s breasts when they appear to have lost volume or have never grown to the ideal size. Often times, your breast augmentation surgeon will review the breast surgery process with the patient, which should include recovery following the procedure.

What is expected during Recovery?

Every patient will undergo a unique breast augmentation plan that revolves around their ideal goals. While many patients find it hard to believe, their body does not immediately snap back to full flexibility. During the first few days after breast augmentation aches and pains will be experienced occasionally, but diminish over the course of recovery. Swelling and redness can also occur, but will deplete over time. After the first three days patients are able to return back to work or light activity that does not require straining the upper body with heavy lifting or raising their arms above the head.

Returning to Normal Activities

Every patient is different and some may require more time off strenuous activity than others, but every patient should follow their plastic surgeon’s instructions closely to avoid any discomfort or unfavorable healing. Truly, it is high-impact activity, such as jogging, weight training, lifting heavy items or chest exercises that should be avoided or limited for up to six weeks after breast augmentation. As time goes on, strength in your upper body will recover and your doctor will determine how well the body has responded to the recovery period.

According to a recent study from Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the overall satisfaction rate of breast augmentation patients following breast surgery was recorded at 98 percent. In terms of pain experienced during recovery, on a 10-point scale, women reported an average score of only 5.9. Overall, patients were back to their normal selves after about 25 days after breast augmentation.

Breast Augmentation Boston

We recognize that everyone has a busy lifestyle, but as long as you take things slow for the first few days after your breast augmentation surgery, you will be able to bounce back to your normal self and reap the benefits of a beautiful silhouette. The physical demands of your body will return to full strength over the next month and you will be able to get back to doing all the physical activities you love most. If you are ready to meet with the most trusted breast augmentation surgeon Boston, Wellesley and Sudbury patients rely on then contact our breast surgeon’s office at (877) 603-7874.


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Building a Dream Figure with a Body Lift

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Shedding the fat just in time for summer has never felt so good. However, you may still be left over with excess skin, stubborn fatty deposits and bulges of skin folds that are too embarrassing to reveal. Now that you have reached your new target weight by exercising or from Bariatric surgery, you still find yourself hiding in bulky clothing thanks to protruding layers of adipose tissue that are unresponsive to your weight loss efforts. With the assistance of a Wellesley board-certified plastic surgeon, he can help you address these problem areas with a body contouring solution, called the total body lift.

Body Lift in Time for Summer Fun

A total body lift in Boston is designed to reshape and contour a patient’s body to achieve a youthful figure. Many clients are former weight loss surgery patients whom have lost a substantial amount of weight and ended up with an unflattering amount of stretched muscles and loose skin in the abdomen, chest, hips, arms, and thighs. Simply by removing the excess skin from these target zones, a plastic surgeon can properly tighten and tone the appearance of the patient’s body. In many cases where stubborn fat exists, liposuction can be performed in conjunction with a body lift for the best toned figure.

Body Lifts Also Repair Mental Health

A significant amount of weight loss surgery patients have been hesitant to consider the likes of continued body contouring to remove stubborn skin creases. One study found that the cost barrier has a heavy impact on contemplating the procedure, but the benefits are far more beneficial than a tighter body. As per the study from Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, patients who had elected to undergo body contouring surgery experienced a decrease in anxiety and depression after achieving the trim body they desired. Researchers suggested that loose and baggy skin can negatively impact a person’s self-esteem even after weight loss surgery, but in conjunction with a body lift, a higher quality of life in a patient’s mental health can be remarkably achieved.

Long-lasting and near permanent results are only achievable if a patient is able to maintain a stable weight through engaging in a healthy lifestyle. For this reason, a patient who experiences fluctuations in weight may not find body contouring a valid solution to resolve their weight issues. The rule of thumb is that every patient should avoid gaining or losing more than 10 pounds after cosmetic surgery to avoid the recurrence of loose skin.

If you are dealing with side effects of loose and excess skin following massive weight loss surgery, then get evaluated for a body lift Boston and discover what weight loss patients are raving about. Consult with a body contouring surgeon to tone up your dream figure after weight loss.

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