Cosmetic surgery comes in as many shapes and sizes as women. There seems to be a procedure to target any imperfection that might diminish a woman’s self-esteem. Deciding if one procedure is right for you can only be achieved through education.
Stopping the aging process altogether would be a wonderful idea for most women. Since that is not possible at this point, many elect for a cosmetic surgery known as a mini facelift. A mini facelift is a method used to target one specific problem area and correct it. As opposed to a traditional facelift, the mini facelift offers clients a much smaller period needed for recovery. This reduced recovery has given this procedure the nickname of “weekend facelift.” Some younger clients find this procedure appealing since if carried out early on in an individual’s life, the unwanted signs of aging may be less visible. Another added benefit gaining popularity for this pint-sized version of the traditional facelift.
Another procedure not as often mentioned in conversation is inverted nipple correction. Many women are faced with the hardships associated with inverted nipples, simply nipples that appear pressed into the breast. The inverted nipple is flat in appearance. It may diminish the way a woman feels about her body and sexuality. This issue can be a lifelong product from birth or a result of breastfeeding where scarring or constriction occurred. During an inverted nipple surgery, an incision is made at the areola as part of the normal cosmetic surgery procedure. Any time an incision is made at this site there is a potential for an inability to breastfeed in the future. Be sure to discuss the pros and cons associated with breastfeeding during consultation if this is of concern to you. The cost of nipple correction runs from $1,000 to $4,000. Some possible side effects lasting up to two weeks post-surgery are sensitivity, swelling and pain at the incision site.