Expert's Guide to a Better Beach Body

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Regarding breast augmentation and liposuction Beverly Hills experts take a look at cosmetic procedures that can improve your appearance in time for beach season.

Forget bikini boot camp -- an arduous six-week cardio-blast designed to get your body beach-ready. Instead, growing numbers of people are nipping, tucking, sucking, and zapping their way to bodacious beach bods according to WebMD.

It may be cheating, but it works -- sometimes and in some people. While there is no substitute to a healthy diet and regular exercise, sometimes we all need a little extra help. Leading Beverly Hills cosmetic surgery specialists and dermatologists sound off on what you should and should not be doing to get trim and toned for summer.

Losing Those Love Handles
While the name is cute, love handles are anything but. The good news is that there are ways such as Beverly Hills tummy tuck and liposuction to get rid of that layer (or layers) of pudge around your midsection.

Liposuction has been around for a while, but it's still the best way to get rid of unwanted fat surgically. During liposuction or lipoplasty, a plastic surgeon basically vaccums out pockets of fat using a small, stainless steel cannula. The cannula is inserted into fatty areas between skin and muscle via small incisions where it removes excess fat either using a suction pump or a large syringe.

Breast Implants
They're back -- silicone Beverly Hills breast implants, that is. And if anecdotal reports are correct, you will likely be seeing more women sporting these bosom buddies surfside this summer. The FDA reapproved silicone breast implants in November 2006 and these implants first came on the market in 1962. In 1992, citing safety concerns, the FDA stopped their sale, but now the FDA says the implants are safe.

Few recommend women get the breast surgery about six weeks before they want to see and be seen (in a bikini). "In general, that's when I see the greatest settling of the implants because there is a phase of adjustment and settling, but typically six weeks gives you enough time so it feels comfortable," he says. That's not set in stone, though. "I have definitely had patients who after two weeks have gone on to a warm-weather vacation and have done very well in a bikini."

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This article was published on 2010/03/31
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