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.

Looking for a longer lasting solution for facial aging? See what Dr. McCracken from Denver recommends!

Voluma Treatment to Restore Cheek Volume

Published on 14 Apr 2014

Denver area oculoplastic surgeon Dr. McCracken uses Voluma Injections to restore cheek volume lost with aging. The procedure takes only minutes and is very comfortable for the patient. Before and after photographs are shown.

 

 

See more videos at www.mccrackenmd.com

The Ins and Outs of Cosmetic Surgery: Most Popular Cosmetic Surgical Procedures

 

Some of us may not be entirely happy with the way we look and although one may be content, there might be some room for improvement. Whether it’s a nose that is a little askew or an eyelid that is raiding unwanted territory, cosmetic surgical procedures to correct such issues have gained popularity over the years.

This is especially true for the US where there are more than 1.8 million cosmetic surgical procedures take place annually. This number doesn’t even include the 8.4 million minimally invasive plastic surgery procedures that are done every year.

There are many cosmetic surgical procedures on the rise today. Each surgical procedure is aimed towards the aesthetic improvement of one or other aspect. Whether its weight loss, skin tightening, anti ageing or even straightening or plumping, cosmetic surgical procedures have come a long way since their beginning.

The increased safety in surgical methods has made it a viable option for many individuals. In fact, cosmetic surgery’s becoming increasingly popular among people looking to modify their physical appearance. Some of the most popular methods of cosmetic surgery include rhinoplasty, liposuction, and the face lift.

Liposuction

Liposuction is incredibly popular in the USA. This procedure entails the removal of fat through the insertion of tube under the surface of the skin. Suction is done through a vacuum like procedure in order to remove excess fat and shape the body. This procedure is most commonly done on the abdomen, Upper arms, thighs and the buttocks.

Rhinoplasty

The perfect nose can sometimes be a rare thing. Luckily, those of us who weren’t gifted with one in the genetic lottery can simply go towards Rhinoplasty. Better known as the Nose job this seems to be the most common procedure. It entails the sculpting of the nose in order to change its size and shape. The nose job may entail making the nose smaller or bigger, changing the angle between the upper lip and the nose, and even reducing the span of the nostrils. A rhinoplasty procedure typically takes about 3 weeks to recover from while it is suggested to be careful of impact and not to tan until 8 weeks after surgery.

Tummy Tuck

Damn those belly rolls! As the name suggests, this procedure entails shaping the abdominal area and flattening the skin by removal of the extra skin and fat. The stomach muscles are then tightened. 96% of the tummy tuck procedures in the USA are administered on women.

Breast Lift

A mastopexy or a breast lift is a surgical procedure in which women want to raise and reshape breasts which have sagged as a result of old age. The surgeon will typically remove the extra skin and reposition the remaining tissue.

Face Lift

While there isn’t really any lifting being done in the face lift, it is a great way of getting rid of those lines. The excess fat is removed from the face as the muscles are tightened and the skin redraped. The face lift enhances the appearance of the skin by tightening the area on the neck and face. This may take any time between 10 days to 3 weeks for recovery.

Eyelid Surgery

The eyes are the windows to the soul and it will not do if the curtains are in the way. Eyelid surgery is chosen by those who have severely drooping eyelids and want to look younger. In addition, the surgical procedure also entails the removal of the bags below the eyes. This is done by removing excess muscle, fat, and skin from the area to give it a fresher look. This procedure requires 10 days for recovery. If you wear corrective lenses and have undergone eyelid surgery, you will have to refrain from inserting them for about 2 weeks.

Forehead Lift

Here too the procedure is done through the removal of excess fat, muscle, and tissue from the forehead area. The skin is then tightened and the droops, wrinkles, and lines on the forehead are smoothed out. This is an amazing way to make yourself look younger instantly and give your face a fresher look. This procedure has a recovery period of 1-3 weeks.

The Lip Job and the Real job: The Impact of Plastic Surgery on Your Career

It may sound a little difficult to believe but cosmetic surgery may actually have a positive effect on your career. In fact, studies have even related cosmetic surgery to success in the workplace.

In every debate, however there are naysayers who will be waving their college degrees in front of anyone who will listen citing quite the opposite.

Job security is most precariously balanced in today’s economy and while that college degree will definitely be contributing to your success, cosmetic surgical procedures can actually provide you with that little step up that you have  always needed.

Physical Appearance and Capabilities

There is a lot of emphasis on image in the workplace and many relate appearance to the level of capabilities. Have you ever seen someone and thought, ‘They look like fun’ or ‘They’re so serious and unapproachable’. No matter what their actual personalities are like, these thoughts tend to bounce off our heads involuntarily. While these perceptions hold no meaning they do shape our opinions about people.

Cosmetic Surgery in the workplace

There is a current demand in cosmetic surgery in the workplace to look younger. This is because youth directly translates to vitality, fitness, and health. Youth has now become interchangeable with freshness and innovation which are greatly sought after in today’s economy.

People have started viewing themselves as brands to sell to employers. This means that you need to show them your best face (no pun intended) at the workplace.

Today there are certain procedures that have gained popularity over the years and are known for their effectiveness when it comes to progress within your career.  Everyone is unique in their own way, and these cosmetic procedures have been known to look great for most individuals.

Popular Surgeries for the Workforce

One of the most popular surgeries today are eyelid surgeries which has become the fourth most popular cosmetic procedure in the USA.

Another cosmetic procedure that is popular is that of teeth whitening as they grey with age. Many individuals also opt for nose jobs or the removal of dark circles beneath their eyes. Mini facelifts and a new procedure known as ultherapy have also been gaining traction over the past 5 years. These procedures are aimed towards tightening the face and making candidates look younger.

Cosmetic surgical procedures now provide advanced corrective solutions for people. When making a choice of surgery, understand what you want and do thorough research.

You may also have heard the age old adage that it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Well, plastic surgery too is more than skin deep. In fact, it just might be the little angel whispering encouragements in your ear (one thing we all need in the competitive workforce).

The Effect on the Subconscious

The effects of cosmetic surgery in the workplace go much deeper than that of other people’s perceptions. In fact cosmetic surgery may have an immediate effect on your personal behavior which may translate in the workplace.

Plastic surgery is known to boost confidence and increase self esteem. This improved attitude will allow you to be proactive and exude confidence in the task that you undertake. Plastic surgery may play a psychological role on the manner in which you behave at the workplace.

In a Nutshell

There is no denying that the physical appearance of a person has an immediate and lasting effect on the manner in which we perceive them. This is especially true for first time impressions when you haven’t quite spoken to the individual yet.

Physical appearance has always been an important determinant not only at the time of recruitment but also along the duration of the job. Cosmetic surgery can help you on your way to success and help you leave an impression wherever you go.

Rational Rhinoplasty with Dr. Robert Guida

Rational Rhinoplasty with Dr. Robert Guida from About Themselves on Vimeo.

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When meeting with Dr. Guida, we knew that we wanted to highlight his artistic approach to cosmetic surgery as well as his extreme technical skill. Through the course of our interview, we discovered that he is an accomplished classical pianist. We proposed a performance by Dr. Guida as a way to illustrate a compelling story about the evolution from technical mastery to true artistry. Dr. Guida skeptically agreed to the proposal and choose Gnossienne No.1 by Erik Satie (a piece that is considered quite difficult) to perform for our shoot. We had never heard Dr. Guida play piano before and he kept insisting that he “wasn’t very good”. We were nervous, but we showed up at the doctor’s home prepared to film him playing piano. Watch the video to see how it turned out.

Dr. Robert Guida is a double board-certified facial plastic surgeon who has been practicing cosmetic surgery in New York City since 1990. Dr. Guida specializes in Rhinoplasty, Revision Rhinoplasty, Nasal Reconstruction, Blepharoplasty, Facial Reconstruction and other facial plastic surgery procedures. Dr. Guida is considered an expert in his field for his command of innovative plastic surgery techniques and the natural looking results he achieves for patients. He has expressed a firm belief that any cosmetic surgery procedure should reflect the patient’s individuality. By achieving excellence as a physician and a craftsman, Dr. Guida’s patients have the benefit of not just his technical expertise, but also his artistic sense.

For more information please go to Dr. Guida’s I like Plastic Portfolio!