Top Procedures to Consider When You're Spending More Time At Home

Top X Procedures to Consider Since Youre Home Anyway

We’re happy to say that Image Surgical Arts is a popular place these days. One reason we’re seeing so many patients now is obvious -- people don't have to take time off work and use up sick days to recover from their procedure because they're already "off work.” After all, a key factor for anyone considering cosmetic surgery or some other enhancement procedure is downtime. The more invasive or extensive the procedure, the more time you will have to set aside for recovery.  

So... not to suggest your schedule is any less busy than it was prior to the pandemic, but it’s busy in different ways. You certainly have more time at home, and that is a major plus when it comes to recovering from surgery – or even a more extensive medical spa treatment such as laser skin rejuvenation or microneedling.

What’s Topping the Charts Here at Image?

1. Liposuction

Women – and men, too – are going from good to great, finally getting rid of that stubborn fat that just won’t go away, no matter how much they exercise or diet.

2. Breast enhancement

Some women are going for augmentation, others are restoring their former youthful shape with a breast lift.

3. Tummy tuck

This is a great option for men and women who have more abdominal fat to lose and whose skin is losing elasticity. And, ladies, remember you can add other procedures for a full Mommy Makeover.

4. Brazilian buttock lift

Man or woman, a rounder, more lifted booty can fill out your clothing and your self-confidence, too. 

5. Renuvion skin tightening

No wonder! Tighter, smoother skin with a minimally invasive procedure and little downtime.

6. More invasive medical spa/laser treatments 

We offer so many ways to give your face and neck a serious visual lift without having to undergo an actual face or neck lift.  

Or Maybe Your Top Procedure Looks Different

For example, if you’re a guy, you could take liposuction to the next level, with VASER High-Definition liposculpting. Dr. Harris can not only remove unwanted fat, but precisely contour remaining fat to emphasize the muscles in your abdomen or arms. Need a little more heft there? Dr. Harris can use fat transfer to beef up the appearance of your musculature, too. You get reduction liposuction to look trimmer in one area, plus a better-than-ever body somewhere else.

Time to Heal

All our surgeries are performed as outpatient procedures right here in our state-of-the-art surgery center, so you won’t have to stay overnight in a hospital. Nonetheless, depending on the particulars of your procedure, you will have some swelling, probably some bruising, and certainly some soreness. That may last several days, but it will gradually fade. Meanwhile, you will need to take it easy – moving around is good, as long as you follow the Dr.’s orders, but rest and relaxation are critical for the fastest, most comfortable healing and to achieve maximum results.

Time for Results to Develop Fully

While you will often see noticeable results immediately from your procedure, as soon as swelling and bruising begin to fade you will see a more noticeable change! It can take weeks or even several months for your body to heal completely, revealing your final results.

Think of this time as an investment in your own personal “new normal” – a slimmer, trimmer, smoother, more youthful you.

No worries about rushing your recovery to get back to the office, where you’d have to deal with that potentially awkward moment when friends or co-workers ask why you look different. Better, actually. Thanks to social distancing, most folks haven’t had a sighting of you for quite some time. By the time they do meet you again face-to-face, they’ll simply think you have made the most of your “quarantine” to eat healthy, get in shape and get more rest. It sure looks good on you!

If you have questions or want more information regarding how Image Surgical Arts can help you meet your aesthetic goals, call or text 615-499-4224 today to schedule a complimentary consultation.

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