Summer is your time to relax and unwind. It is the season when life gets a little easier – you’ve earned it! Summer is typically not a great time for plastic surgery unless you prefer to use your summer vacation time to recuperate indoors. (Recuperating poolside or in the backyard shade is not recommended during the summer months because heat and sun can cause prolonged swelling post-op.)
So, what cosmetic procedures won’t interfere with your summer plans? We’ve got some suggestions.
SkinTyte™ Skin Tightening
Collagen loss can make the skin sag and stretch over time. SkinTyte™ skin tightening laser treatments help boost collagen production, helping the skin to naturally rejuvenate itself. SkinTyte™ is a nonsurgical and noninvasive treatment that heats the deep layers of the skin with pulsed infrared light. Skin tightening is appropriate for men and women with all skin types. The procedure can be used on all areas of the body. It usually takes about an hour, and there is virtually no recovery time.
Dermal Fillers and Injectables
If you want to get rid of lines and wrinkles, you can be treated with Botox® or dermal fillers without interfering with your summer plans. Botox® and dermal fillers require virtually no downtime, and you don’t have to stay indoors out of the sun to recuperate.
Botox® is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the world. It is safe and can be done quickly with no downtime for recovery. It is a great choice for treating wrinkles on the forehead and between the eyebrows.
Dermal fillers are used to add volume to deep wrinkles or volume-depleted areas of the face. Dermal fillers are typically injected in the lower part of the face – in the cheeks, nasal-labial folds and around the mouth. Injecting fillers into the lips can also add desired fullness. The results are immediate and will last up to one or two years. There is no downtime for recovery.
To learn more about cosmetic procedures, contact us for more information or to schedule a consultation. Flannagan Plastic Surgery serves residents of Evansville and Jasper and the surrounding cities in the tri-state area of Indiana, Northern Kentucky and Illinois.