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“Nip and Tuck: Top 2014 Plastic Surgery Trends” by Dr. Adams

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by Dr. William W. Adams


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Hollywood actresses just seem to get more gorgeous by the day, and in spite of how it may seem, it doesn’t just happen overnight! The plastic surgery industry never ceases to create new procedures to shape and sculpt beauty to perfection. Thankfully, these procedures are also within the reach of everyone else who seeks that extra help to look and feel good about their bodies.

This year’s trends in plastic surgery provide some exciting offerings to beauty seekers, including non-invasive, non-surgical procedures. Take a look at some of the top solutions that the industry has to provide some of your most pressing beauty needs:

Facial rejuvenation

Those looking for a less intense recovery from treatment will be happy to know that there is an ever-expanding range of non-invasive options for facial rejuvenation.

More and more people are turning to constantly improved procedures such as chemical peels, skin whitening, Botox, collagen injectables and facial toning exercises. If you’re looking for that dramatic and stunning re-sculpting, you’ll be spoilt for choice of face-lift procedures, from forehead lifts to entire face-lifts.

Non-invasive liposuction

Surgical liposuction might be a procedure that is too intensive and perhaps painful for some, which is why recently developed options such as Lipotripsy provide a great alternative. A non-invasive treatment, it encourages efficient break down of fat by delivering radial waves through the skin.

It is also clinically proven to reduce cellulite and enhance skin elasticity. Since it’s a procedure that can provide multiple beauty solutions simultaneously, it’s definitely going to be a choice treatment in 2014.

Enhanced post-surgery pain management

However, for those who prefer liposuction and tummy tucks the old school way, there is now a great solution for their post-treatment recovery period. During your procedure, Exparel is a local analgesic that can be injected into your body while you are asleep. This ensures that you will require fewer painkillers during your recovery period, making your quest for beauty a more painless journey.

Breast augmentation

breast augmentation houstonEver a popular procedure – one that is even given as a birthday present these days – this is the one treatment you can expect to be constantly improving and evolving. After all, millions of women invest in this procedure each year.

A consultation with a good and experienced doctor will allow you to ensure that you achieve results unique to your goals, your body and your preferences. This is great for women looking for a fuller chest or seeking to round out an hourglass silhouette. Breast augmentation will definitely be one of the lasting top beauty solutions of 2014.

Thigh lift

If you’re seeking a full, balanced silhouette, consider a thigh lift, a procedure that is set for popularity in 2014. A thigh lift will address the multiple challenges many women face, from drooping thighs to loose thigh skin. You will be able to enhance one of the most important contours of your body, while improving the skin of your thigh areas as well.

A last word

Finally, plastic surgery is not a casual venture that can be undertaken by anyone. Always work with a trusted surgeon, one with whom you can share your needs and goals. Look for a surgeon who offers a wide variety of options and will tailor their beauty solutions and procedures to your specific requirements, such as Dr. William Adams.


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Dr. William Adams

Dr. William Adams

Dr. William W. Adams MD is a Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with over 17 years of experience located in St. Petersburg, Florida. After stints in San Francisco, Portland, Oregon and Little Rock, Arkansas, he established his current practice in St. Petersburg in 1995. For his internship and residency, he chose the prestigious Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, in large part because the program allowed him to immediately concentrate on plastic surgery. Find out more about Dr. Adams on Google + and Facebook
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