Cosmetic Surgery Directory
Troublesome tummy bulges make you uncomfortable. The problem makes you consider cosmetic surgery. Common procedures include tummy tucks, liposuction, and breast implants. A plastic surgery decision means doing thorough research and asking many questions. It also means evaluating your motivations and reasons for wanting treatment. In addition, seeking the advice of a plastic surgeon helps determine if your goals are realistic. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage on cosmetic surgery directory, how to manage it, and much more.
Choosing Cosmetic Surgery
Here are some guidelines to follow when deciding if cosmetic surgery is right for you.
Cosmetics and Eczema: What to Choose
If you have eczema, you may already know that some cosmetics irritate your skin. That doesn't mean you have to give up on makeup. WebMD tells you what to look for in cosmetics to avoid a flare-up.
Birthmarks and Other Skin Pigmentation Problems
WebMD explains types of birthmarks and other common skin pigmentation disorders, including symptoms and procedures to correct them.
Cosmetic Procedures and the Brow Lift
WebMD explains the brow lift, a cosmetic procedure that corrects sagging in the forehead skin, upper eyelids and eyebrows.
Cosmetic Surgery on the Sly
Can minor cosmetic surgery revitalize you over the weekend? Yes and no.
Cosmetic Surgery in Paradise
Recovering from your tummy tuck at a tropical seaside resort sounds ideal. But there's a downside.
After Cosmetic Surgery: Taking Care of Your Skin
It’s essential to take special care of your skin in the first few days and weeks after cosmetic surgery for fast recovery and best results.