Did you know that in a modified abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), liposuction can be utilized in both the upper and lower abdomen? An abdominoplasty is a surgical procedure that not only addresses removal of fat but also the tightening of skin excesses and the repair of muscle separation often associated with pregnancies or weight loss.
During the abdominoplasty surgical consultation in our North Dallas Plastic Surgery office (in Dallas or in Allen, TX) Dr. Todd A. Pollock discusses your options for this safe and effective surgery. Dr. Pollock and his father pioneered the No-Drain Tummy Tuck, also known as the Progressive Tension Suture (or PTS) method. This method is now used by different plastic surgeons across the USA. For patients who have a PTS abdominoplasty benefit from significantly reduced surgical complications as well as faster comfort post-surgery.
If you’re thinking of having a tummy tuck procedure in 2016, check out our website at North Dallas Plastic Surgery: http://www.drpollock.com/dallas-tummy-tuck.htm ». Then contact our NDPS office » (or call 214.363.2575) when you’re ready to learn more from our staff and Dr. Pollock.
If you want to finish getting “in shape” for summer, it’s not too early to check out the right plastic surgery procedure for your new body. Body contouring surgery is not a weight loss surgery but rather a shaping procedure. Weight loss might not be enough to help you get your body into the appearance that you want – this can happen from genetic fat distribution, or changes after pregnancy, or following significant weight loss.
For more details on procedure for body contouring, check out our website: http://www.drpollock.com/dallas-body-contouring.htm.
Dr. Todd A. Pollock at North Dallas Plastic Surgery (NDPS) will talk with you about the procedure and answer your questions. Next, contact NDPS today – call 214.363.2575 or visit our Contact Us page – to set up your appointment with our caring team.
This is the year of YOU! If you’re thinking of having a plastic surgery procedure in 2016, now is the time to contact North Dallas Plastic Surgery (NDPS).
Our practice of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery is provided in a highly personalized, professional and state-of-the-art office environment.
Consultations provide ample time with Dr. Todd A. Pollock to allow for a thorough evaluation, based on patient concerns and priorities. Patient education and understanding are the primary goals of the consultation at NDPS – whether at our Dallas or Allen, TX, office.
So, how can we help you this year?
First, we suggest you learn more on our website about different plastic surgery procedures starting here: http://www.drpollock.com/cosmetic-surgery-procedures.htm ».
Second, after reading his thoughts on our website contact our NDPS office » (or you may call us at 214.363.2575) to schedule a surgical consultation in Dallas or Allen, TX, with Dr. Pollock. His viewpoint is a well-informed patient is his next best patient.
We’ve noted how the name “mommy makeover” is not some nomenclature we created – it was done to market the set of surgeries that some women have to ‘turn back the clock’ once they are finished having children.
While having a child or many children is greatly rewarding, it can take a toll on the mother’s bodies. The most common combination of procedures characterized as “mommy makeovers” are breast surgery and abdominoplasty (tummy tuck). The breast surgery might be a breast augmentation (adding breast implants) or a breast lift. These are certainly serious surgeries.
Read how Dr. Todd A. Pollock at North Dallas Plastic Surgery (NDPS) says about using terms like “makeover” which may seem to trivialize a combination of major surgical procedures: http://www.drpollock.com/dallas-mommy-makeovers.htm ».
Call us – 214.363.2575 – to set up a consultation appointment with Dr. Pollock to discuss what would be the right choices for you. He’s completed many mommy makeovers in the Dallas and Allen area and can answer to your questions.
Having children is a wonderful experience; however, sometimes later on a woman realizes how pregnancy and nursing can cause an adverse impact on their body.
A “mommy makeover” started as a marketing term and has since become firmly established in the media and popular language. While we at North Dallas Plastic Surgery (NDPS) did not originate the term “mommy makeover” we recognize and agree with the concept how undesirable changes and perceived deformity after pregnancy are inevitable and can be distressing.
Patients should consider many factors in the decision about having any surgery but in reality surgery is usually the only means of reversing these changes. Our Dr. Todd A. Pollock has a lot of patients who are happy that they considered this set of surgeries: a mommy makeover can involve a tummy tuck (or abdominoplasty surgery) and breast surgery. The type of breast surgeries performed are typically a breast lift or else a breast augmentation (adding breast implants).
Learn more about a “Mommy Makeover” and if it’s right for you: http://www.drpollock.com/dallas-mommy-makeovers.htm ».
Once you are ready to take the next step, contact our NDPS office » (or call 214.363.2575) to schedule a consultation in Dallas or Allen, TX, with Dr. Pollock, himself!
Did you know North Dallas Plastic Surgery’s Dr. Todd A. Pollock is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery?
The American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS) is the specialty board accredited by the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) that certifies plastic surgeons.
He also has hospital privileges at several hospitals in the Dallas and Allen area so he may perform all of the procedures at them. He also does surgery in our accredited office surgical suite.
Read more about Dr. Pollock’s board certifications: http://www.drpollock.com/plastic-surgery-credentials.htm »
Did you know oversize breasts can have psychological implications for a young woman, and can be the source of physical symptoms in women of any age, including shoulder, neck, breast and back pain, shoulder grooving from bra straps and often headaches?
Breast reduction is an elective procedure for decreasing the size and correcting the sag of oversize breasts and can be very effective in reducing the physical symptoms mentioned above.
Read how Dr. Todd A. Pollock approaches breast reduction surgery: http://www.drpollock.com/dallas-breast-augmentation.htm ».
There are many choices a patient has when considering breast enlargement (or breast augmentation, as it’s often called) – one of them is what type of implant will be used: an implant filled with saline (salt water) or with silicone. Some may recall how silicone breast implants were taken off the market in 1991 because they were suspected of causing an autoimmune disorder. They also may know this was disproved and these implants have been returned to the market.
Both saline and silicone breast implants are safe and can produce an excellent result. However, each implant type has advantages and disadvantages that must be considered by the patient.
Learn What Dr. Todd Pollock tells his patients in Dallas and Allen about implants and how you can make the best decision regarding breast enlargement: http://www.drpollock.com/dallas-breast-augmentation.htm ».
Traditional liposuction relates to the minimally invasive treatment of vacuuming excess fat. The goal of liposuction is to reshape specific areas of localized fat. Liposuction alone is most effective for more minor “figure faults” or altering the shape of localized fat deposits. While it is a minimally invasive cosmetic surgery procedure, it still is a real surgical procedure and so it has all the potential risks of any surgery.
But did you know that now a variety of devices have been introduced, used and many discarded? Some of the terms you may have heard are Power-Assisted Liposuction; Safe-Lipo; Ultrasonic Liposuction; and Aqualipo, Aqua Lipo, Water Lipo, or Water Assisted Liposuction. You and Dr. Todd A. Pollock, during your individual consultation, can discuss any of these with will inform you about his views on liposuction and what is the right procedure for you: http://www.drpollock.com/dallas-allen-liposuction.htm ».
Our North Dallas Plastic Surgery (NDPS) Autumn Advantage is still in effect for September and October of 2015. More about it on our home page: http://www.drpollock.com/ ». Contact NDPS now to set up your appointment.
Other articles are available from our Blog page here: http://www.drpollock.com/blog/ ».
Often following a weight-loss procedure patients will then go on to seek a body lift. However, the body lift may be appropriate for anyone who has lost a lot of weight from any method. This surgical procedure is an extension of an abdominoplasty in that the incision is continued around the posterior (back) trunk. As a result this procedure is often referred to as a “belt lipectomy”.
Whereas an abdominoplasty will tighten the abdominal skin in a downward direction, the direction of pull during a body lift in the posterior part of the surgery is upward thereby lifting the buttocks and outer thighs. The procedure also removes excess fat and skin of the back, hips and flanks which can be resistant to both diet and exercise.
As with any plastic surgery, a body-lift is not a “routine” procedure and must be individualized. To get information and recommendations specific to your individual situation North Dallas Plastic Surgery (NDPS) believes it is imperative to have a consultation with a surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
Find out more about Dr. Todd A. Pollock’s approach for a body lift on our website: http://www.drpollock.com/dallas-allen-bodylift.htm ».
Remember, the Autumn Advantage is still in effect in September and October of 2015. Learn more about it on our home page and contact NDPS now to save: http://www.drpollock.com/ »
Or, you can go back to our Blog page: http://www.drpollock.com/blog/ ».