How Strong are Breast Implants?
- Posted on: Mar 18 2019
Gluteal grafting, more commonly referred to as the Brazilian Butt Lift, has one of the highest mortality rates in any cosmetic surgery. For more information about the risks of this surgery, visit Plasticsurgery.org
Have you starting noticing fine lines or wrinkles settling into your face? Genetics and not keeping up with your skin care routine can lead to unwanted wrinkle formation. Injectables are a common solution for people of any age who have wrinkles, but with a saturated market, how are you supposed to choose the best one?… Read More
For women, the breasts can play an important role in creating beautiful curves and balanced body shape. If you are dissatisfied with your breast appearance, you may be struggling to be happy with your overall appearance. Breast enhancement surgery is designed to improve the size or shape of your breasts, creating a natural and complementary… Read More
Dr. Austin is proud to be an advocate for breast cancer treatment and breast reconstruction awareness. One in eight women will be affected by breast cancer in her lifetime, and it has a very real impact on the lives of Salem women. Dr. Austin believes that the best way to battle breast cancer is to… Read More
Learn more about Dr. Austin’s team of “Austin’s Body Works” for the Race for the Cure event which will take place on Sept 18, 2016.
“Mommy Makeover,” is a term used to describe combined surgical procedures that allow women to restore their post-pregnant bodies back to their youthful pre-pregnancy figures. Throughout pregnancy, a woman’s body goes through numerous changes to accommodate the birth of a new, precious being. Not only does the abdominal wall have to stretch but breast tissue… Read More
*special thanks to Microsoft for the use of this picture. On this day dedicated especially for couples, it’s a wonderful excuse to indulge in wine, roses and a decadent box of chocolates. We thought you would delight in knowing that dark chocolate is loaded with nutrients that offer tremendous health benefits. Studies show: 1. The… Read More
New surveys have found that women across generations experience a dis-connect between how young they feel and how old they look. More than 80% of the women in these surveys say their faces show signs of aging. Changes in the underlying structure of the face are the main culprits in facial aging. These are the… Read More
A Healthier YOU is a More Beautiful YOU! The joys of the Holidays can take their toll, especially on our skin. Over-indulging in too much sugar, too much alcohol, and usually too little sleep, causes a strain on the body’s natural ability to repair itself. Have you noticed that the natural moisture in your skin… Read More
In response to our last blog, many of you have asked, “What causes wrinkles?” Wrinkles are folds or ridges in the skin caused by habitual facial expressions, aging, sun damage, smoking, poor hydration, in addition to other various factors. Wrinkles are divided into two categories: surface lines and deep furrows. As we age, the skin becomes… Read More