iLikePlastic sits down with one of the most sought after plastic surgeons in NYC: Meet Dr. Sharon Giese!

Manhattan and New York City have some of the best Plastic Surgeons in the world. iLikePlastic sits down with Dr. Sharon Giese to discuss her practice in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Sharon Giese is one of the most sought after Surgeons in New York City.

Dr. Giese has been in practice for over 15 years. She tells us how much she enjoys her work and that her main focus is Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and that she is a fourth generation surgeon within her family; however, she is the first in her family to practice in plastic surgery.

She began her focus on aesthetic plastic surgery early on in medical school and was mentored by Dr. Peter Mckinney at North Western Medical School.

Dr. Giese also discusses the benefit of training with some of the best people in field who were twenty to thirty her senior and how grateful she is to have had such an opportunity. Even though she has only been practicing for something over 15 years she has been publishing and presenting in the field of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery for about 25.

For more information on Dr. Sharon Giese, please visit www.sharongiesemd.com

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Breast Reduction

Double-Mastectomy-Information-ImageIn previous Articles we’ve discussed Breast Augmentation but what about Breast reduction surgery?
The what, and the why of breast reduction surgery.

Breast Reduction is also known as Mammaplasty.

Thinking of having a breast reduction?

Who is a good candidate for this operation?

If you’re a woman with a small frame and have larger breasts you may experience a variety of troublesome physical and psychological effects.
What types of issues can this cause? Well to name a few:

  • Back pains
  • Posture issues
  • Difficulty or even inability in exercising or taking part in sports
  • Self-consciousness (for example, clothes don’t fit properly)
  • Depression (Associated with Self-consciousness)
  • Unwanted attention or harassment
  • Neck aches
  • Painful rashes due to sweating.

Many of the women who have reduction mammoplasty surgery suffer the experience some or all of these negative effects.

How can a Plastic Surgeon help to alleviate these symptoms? What does the surgical procedure consist of?

Breast reduction surgery is where a Plastic Surgeon will remove glandular tissues, skin and fat in order to properly proportion the patient’s breast with their body. This practice is very common in women who are looking to alleviate the above mentioned discomforts or suffering.

The result of Reduction mammoplasty

Your breast reduction surgery will leave you with smaller breasts and scarring will usually fade almost entirely over the ensuing 10 to 18 months.
You will not only feel better about yourself and your look, but you will be relieved of these discomforts we have been discussing!

What is the recovery time?

Full recovery is usually about six weeks, however during the first six weeks it is highly recommended that you avoid strenuous or vigorous movement such as exercise or heavy lifting. You will also be informed of the type of undergarments you should avoid – such as wired bras

It is also important to note that your breasts will be swollen and sore for the first few days, this is quite normal! Your Doctor will of course inform you off all the best practices for a speedy and healthy recovery as well as all possible side effects.

What about the cost?

We have seen prices ranging for $4200.00 US to upwards of $10,000 however the cost takes into effect of whether or not it is inclusive or exclusive of other associated charges.

Not all estimations Include charges for the operating room, anesthesia, supplies, and implants, overnight stay etc. Most operating room fees are very reasonable. Costs are different around the world, and each surgeon’s fees may differ. This is something you will have to discuss with your clinic of choice.

When it comes to cost relief of the symptoms associated, many women who have had this surgery agree it is well worth the money.

Preventative Mastectomy

Mammoplasty-plastic-surgeryA very important surgical procedure that a plastic surgeon can perform is extremely beneficial to reduce the risk of breast cancer in women that are at a high risk.

This is called a Preventative Mastectomy

Preventative Mastectomy is a surgical procedure in which the Plastic Surgeon removal of breast tissue or the entire breast to reduce or prevent breast cancer.

In most situations the operation involves both breasts.

 

Why women choose to undergo a Mastectomy procedure?

For obvious reasons! Women who are at high risk of developing breast cancer often consider and decide to reduce their risks by undergoing the mastectomy.

We’ve all read in the tabloids about Angelina Jolie having a double preventative Mastectomy and I don’t want to belabour the topic, the media has already done that! However, it was effective in raising awareness of this procedure and its benefits.

To quote her

I wanted to write this to tell other women that the decision to have a mastectomy was not easy. But it is one I am very happy that I made. My chances of developing breast cancer have dropped from 87 percent to under 5 percent. I can tell my children that they don’t need to fear they will lose me to breast cancer.

How is this surgery performed?

In a complete mastectomy the surgeon will remove the entire breast and nipples.

A total mastectomy is most often recommended because it removes the most tissue – thereby providing the greatest degree of protection against

These surgeries can often be performed on an out-patient basis.  It involves removal of the majority of breast tissue and immediate first stage reconstruction using what is called temporary breast expanders which are later replaced with permanent implants and nipple reconstruction is done later at the appropriate time.

This is a very important procedure because it can reduce the chance for breast cancer in some women at moderate or high risk by about 90%.

Most women will opt at a later date to have Breast Reconstruction surgery.

Breast Reconstruction surgery rebuilds the shape of the breast(s) by including tissue flaps and implants.

Recovery Time?

Complete recovery time is usually 30-40 days

Cost?

A total mastectomy can cost upwards of $50,000, however there really cannot be a price put on the 90% risk reduction of breast cancer.

The most popular size?

Dr. Armen Vartany, plastic surgeon in Glendale, California, talks about choosing the right size for breast augmentation, and the most popular size.

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Larger is not always better!

Dr. Armen Vartany, plastic surgeon in Glendale, California, talks about the options in breast augmentation, and going larger.

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Smaller can sometimes mean better!

The medical term? Mammaplasty.

We often hear about Breast Augmentation and how happy patients are with their new look, however, Breast Reduction can not only have the same effect on their patients but also provide relief of back pain, posture issues and many other benefits.

Thinking of having a breast reduction? You may be good candidate.

If you’re a woman with a small frame and have larger breasts you may experience a variety of troublesome physical and psychological effects.
What types of issues can this cause? Well to name a few:

• Back pains

• Posture issues

• Difficulty or even inability in exercising or taking part in sports

• Self-consciousness (for example, clothes don’t fit properly)

• Depression (Associated with Self-consciousness)

• Unwanted attention or harassment

• Neck aches

• Painful rashes due to sweating.

How can a Plastic Surgeon help to alleviate these symptoms? What does the surgical procedure consist of?

Breast reduction surgery is where a Plastic Surgeon removes glandular tissues, skin and fat in order to properly proportion the patient’s breast with their body. This practice is very common in women who are looking to alleviate the above mentioned discomforts or suffering.

The result of Reduction mammoplasty

Your breast reduction surgery will leave you with the perfect breast size and minimal scarring will usually fade almost entirely over the ensuing 10 to 18 months.
You will not only feel better about yourself and your look, but you will be relieved of these discomforts we have been discussing!

What is the recovery time?

Full recovery is usually about six weeks, however during the first six weeks it is highly recommended that you avoid strenuous or vigorous movement such as exercise or heavy lifting. You will also be informed of the type of undergarments you should avoid – such as wired bras

It is also important to note that your breasts will be swollen and sore for the first few days, this is quite normal! Your Doctor will of course inform you of all the best practices for a speedy and healthy recovery as well as all possible side effects.

What about the cost?

We have seen prices ranging for $4200.00 US to upwards of $10,000 however, the cost takes into effect whether or not it is inclusive or exclusive of other associated charges.

Not all estimations Include charges for the operating room, anesthesia, supplies, and implants, overnight stay etc. Most operating room fees are very reasonable. Costs are different around the world, and each surgeon’s fees may differ. This is something you will have to discuss with your clinic of choice.

When it comes to cost relief of the symptoms associated, many women who have had this surgery agree it is well worth the money.

The 90% Risk Reducing Surgery

What is Preventative Mastectomy?

Preventative Mastectomy is a surgical procedure in which the Plastic Surgeon removes breast tissue or the entire breast to reduce or prevent breast cancer.

In most situations the operation involves both breasts.

Why women choose to undergo a Mastectomy procedure?

For obvious reasons! Women who are at high risk of developing breast cancer often consider and decide to reduce their risks by undergoing the mastectomy.

We’ve all read in the tabloids about Angelina Jolie having a double preventative Mastectomy and I don’t want to belabour the topic, the media has already done that! However, it was effective in raising awareness of this procedure and its benefits.

To quote her:

I wanted to write this to tell other women that the decision to have a mastectomy was not easy. But it is one I am very happy that I made. My chances of developing breast cancer have dropped from 87 percent to under 5 percent. I can tell my children that they don’t need to fear they will lose me to breast cancer.

 

How is this surgery performed?

In a complete mastectomy the surgeon will remove the entire breast and nipples.

A total mastectomy is most often recommended because it removes the most tissue – thereby providing the greatest degree of protection.

These surgeries can often be performed on an out-patient basis.  It involves removal of the majority of breast tissue and immediate first stage reconstruction using what is called temporary breast expanders. Temporary breast expanders are later replaced with permanent implants and followed by nipple reconstruction at the appropriate time.

Why is this procedure very important?

It can reduce the chance for breast cancer in some women at moderate or high risk by about 90%.

Following Surgery?

Most women will opt at a later date to have Breast Reconstruction surgery.

Breast Reconstruction surgery rebuilds the shape of the breast(s) by including tissue flaps and implants.

Recovery Time?

Complete recovery time is usually 30-40 days

Cost?

A total mastectomy can cost upwards of $50,000, however there really cannot be a price put on the 90% risk reduction of breast cancer.

Interested in Wow- worthy Sex? Introducing the G-Shot!

It’s probably the last place that a woman would want a sharp object, however the whole procedure is painless and can be done within minutes. It’s been said to be no more uncomfortable than a routine Pap smear.

How does the G-Shot Injection procedure work?

Essentially, it is a simple procedure that takes less than a minute! The Surgeon will perform a quick examination followed by an injection of a local anesthetic. Once the patient is prepared the Surgeon will inject Hyaluronic Acid – This is the same gel surgeons used in common procedures such as reducing wrinkles or to plump up the patient’s lips.

On the bright side:

This procedure is Painless, quick and there is literally no recovery time needed.

What does this gel do?

It augments or enlarges the G-Spot to roughly the size of a quarter. This simple procedure drastically enhances the sexual experience making for enhanced gratification and heightened pleasure during sex.

Is it permanent?

No! However, the benefits will last you an average of three to five months!

Who is the expert?

This procedure was developed by renowned Beverly Hills Surgeons Dr. David Matlock, MD, and Dr. Alexander Simopoulos, MD.

Dr. Matlock says:

“The shot works by enlarging the area along the anterior of the vagina that’s known to be a highly sensitive erogenous zone to about the size of a quarter and the thickness of pencil eraser.”

This makes the G-spot or anterior of the Vagina easier to find and stimulate, resulting in a better experience for the woman.

How much does the G-Shot Injection procedure cost?

$1800, and YES it really does work! However, reportedly it is not recommended for women with previous libido issues.

We would love to hear from the Ilikeplastic community!

Ladies? Is this procedure something you would consider?

What about the fellas?

Should You Get Plastic Surgery: The Definitive Guide

As cosmetics surgical procedures have become more affordable and socially acceptable, people have begun to be more open to undergoing plastic surgery. Opting for a cosmetic surgical procedure, especially if it’s an invasive one, is a big decision which needs to be made with care and deliberation. You need to first understand what motivated you to consider plastic surgery in the first place.

Motivations for Plastic Surgery

There are millions of reasons why people have plastic surgery and each one of them varies according to the individual. Since everyone is born unique, so are the reasons behind the decision. In fact, even when you find yourself sitting in the office of the cosmetic surgeon, you will be faced by the same question.

The plastic surgeon will ask this question for multiple reasons. It will allow them to get an idea of what you will gain from the surgery and whether you stand to benefit from it.

Most of the reasons behind opting for cosmetic surgery are either psychological or social. You need to understand how the cosmetic procedure will fulfill your goals. Understand whether the motivations are internal or external. Understand whether you’re getting the surgery for yourself or for others. Do you expect people’s perceptions of you to change after the surgery?

If you have been considering plastic surgery for a long time and are prepared for the changes that will take place as a result of the procedure then you are prepared.

Another thing to consider is whether you will be a good candidate for the procedures. If you have any health problems such as high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, heart disease or a bleeding disorder, you may not be a good candidate for cosmetic surgery. Excessive alcohol consumption and obesity may also affect you as a candidate for cosmetic surgery.

Questions You Should Ask Yourself before Surgery

No matter what procedure you are opting for, it is important to ask these questions before making any concrete decisions.

What Are The Possible Complications?

Understand what complications may arise as a result of the surgery and weigh them against the advantages of the procedures. Ascertain whether the pros outweigh the cons and vice versa, in the end it is your call.

Dr. Loeb on Lip Enhancement – American Journal

A Video about lip enhancement by Dr.Loeb describes a new plastic surgery procedure which has a permanent effect as opposed to the widely used Collagen Injection method that last only up to 6 months.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3m7_5FOdCA