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What Patients Wish They Knew Before Getting Breast Augmentation?

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Some naysayers believe that breast augmentation is an act of vanity that should not be taken seriously; however, all aesthetic medical procedures, including breast enhancement, are known to increase a patient’s emotional comfort, which adds to their quality of life. 

Woman in a bra wrapping a tape measure around her bust.

Breast augmentation can be a sensitive topic for some, and anyone looking to undergo cosmetic surgery should feel entitled to explore judgment-free spaces where they can ask questions freely and get the answers they need. One way to make the breast augmentation experience less worrisome is by doing a thorough amount of research and considering what other women say they wish they knew before getting their breasts enhanced. 

Here are a few things to consider and discuss with your surgeon before getting a breast augmentation. 

Is Breast Augmentation Always About Having Bigger Breasts?

Breast augmentation surgery is primarily performed to increase the size of a woman’s breasts; however, this is not always the goal or reason for the treatment. For some, breast augmentation is a successful way to correct breast asymmetry or offer custom breast reconstruction after an injury, accident, or mastectomy (breast removal). 

Women who do not suffer from previous conditions may want to alter their breasts’ shapeliness for increased fullness, roundness, or definition. 

Are All Placements for Breast Augmentation the Same?

There are two distinct breast augmentation placements: below the chest muscles and on top of or over the chest muscles. You and your surgeon will decide whether placing your implants under or over the chest muscles is best for your circumstances. 

If you live a highly active lifestyle, having breast implants under the muscles may cause the implants to be disrupted as constant pressure causes their original placement to shift. However, implants placed in the submuscular position may appear more natural. 

During your consultation, you will be given more information on the pros and cons of the different breast augmentation placements. 

What Else Do Women Wish They Knew Before Breast Augmentation?

Even patients who receive clear descriptions of their recovery process may not fully understand it until they experience it on their own. Patients who begin their breast augmentation recovery without proper education from their doctor may come to assume that the breast augmentation recovery is immediate. While breast augmentation is much easier to recover from than other plastic surgery procedures, such as tummy tuck surgery, it still requires some downtime and limited activity levels (especially in the chest area).

It can be easy to become alarmed at the sight of your breasts after swelling has developed—the breasts may even look bruised or inflated. 

Patients should avoid misinformation about the nature of swelling and disrupted sensation post-operatively. Sensation returns over time and swelling will subside gradually. 

Traditionally, the implants sit very high on the chest immediately after implantation; however, they will settle into their lower, more natural position with time.

Interested In Learning More About Breast Augmentations?

Breast augmentation is a transformative experience, and Dr. Timothy Alexander is dedicated to providing the best care to all breast augmentation patients. If you would like to learn more about breast augmentation, please contact our office by calling (954) 589-0722, (305) 756-8743, or filling out our online contact form.

3 Ways Plastic Surgery Can Enhance Your Bust

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Every woman wants to feel comfortable in her body. For most females, breasts are closely tied to self-esteem, and, unfortunately, breasts are susceptible to change. A woman’s breasts can change from age, weight loss or gain, and motherhood and breastfeeding. Whether your breasts have changed or you’ve always been unhappy with them, plastic surgery can fix your problems.

Woman wearing low-cut black tank top to highlight her cleavage.

Want Fuller, Curvier Breasts?

Breast augmentation increases the size of breasts through implants. This procedure is the most commonly performed surgery.

Individuals who choose to get this procedure can choose between saline and silicone implants, round and anatomic shape, and smooth or textured surfaces.

People choose breast augmentation surgery for its many benefits, such as:

  • Increased fullness and projection of your breasts
  • Improved balance of the breasts and hip contours
  • Enhanced self-esteem

Breast augmentation cannot fix severely drooping breasts. If this is an issue for you, consider combining a breast lift with your breast augmentation.

Want to Lift Sagging Breasts?

Many things can cause a woman to lose the perkiness of her breasts, and sagging breasts do not inspire self-confidence. A breast lift is a procedure that removes and tightens excess skin and tissue from the breasts, resulting in elevated and youthful breast shape.

A breast lift can also reduce the size of the areolas if they have become enlarged over time.

If you have extremely large breasts, you likely experienced significant drooping from an early age. Individuals in this position often consider combining their breast lift with a breast reduction, so the problem doesn’t persist.

Want Smaller Breasts?

While some women go under the knife for larger breasts, others want their breast size reduced. Significantly large breasts can cause back pain and unwanted attention, and these breasts may not match your body shape. A breast reduction procedure can remove excess skin, fat, and glandular tissue from overly large breasts.

It is important to note that a breast reduction won’t automatically bring the smaller breasts to a preferable height. As a result, many patients choose to include a breast lift with their breast reduction.

Should I Combine Breast Procedures?

Many women who complain of breast problems have more than one concern; therefore, it’s often recommended to combine breast procedures. By undergoing multiple breast enhancement surgeries at one, you will only put under anesthesia once and only need to take time off work only once. Discuss with your doctor if combining procedures is the right choice for you.

Want to Learn More?

If you are ready to get the breasts you have always dreamed of, book a consultation with Dr. Timothy Alexander. Dr. Alexander has over 30 years of experience in plastic surgery, including breast procedures, and knows how to achieve patients’ desired results. Book an appointment by calling 954-589-0722 or contact us online.


5 Things to Do Before Your Out-of-Town Plastic Surgery

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If you live in a rural area or small town, traveling in order to access the services of a good plastic surgeon may be unavoidable. But many patients are choosing to travel, even to another state or country, to have their procedures done more economically or with a favored plastic surgeon. 

Woman standing in the airport with her bags .

If you are one of those people, here are a few simple tips on what to cross off the checklist before you take that trip.

1. Work Out Your Schedule

Plastic surgery can be time-intensive, and you will need to plan for multiple obstacles (such as travel times, consultations, surgery date, follow-up appointments, and recovery time). All of these factors will need to be taken into consideration before you hit the road. 

Work out the logistics of your travel well in advance and book surgery times accordingly. You will need to allow for healing time before your return trip and likely plan additional days off of work once you get home.

2. Decide What to Pack

Comfort should guide what you pack for a trip involving plastic surgery or invasive treatments. Think loose-fitting clothes and comfortable, low-heeled shoes. Procedures, such as breast augmentation, require you to bring a button-up shirt that will eliminate any need to raise your arms above your head to dress. Tummy tuck surgery or a Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) will ask for comfortable, easy-to-put-on outfits.   

You should also bring a good book or some other distraction for downtimes and initial recovery periods. It always helps to avoid overpacking—you don’t want to be burdened with too much luggage.

3. Find a Travel Buddy

Depending on the complexity of your procedure, you may require a companion to drive you to and from your appointments and help you out for the first few days of recovery. A companion is even a requirement for procedures performed under anesthesia. 

A reliable travel buddy will provide more than just a ride to and from the surgery center; they will also act as your support system throughout your plastic surgery process.

4. Sort Out Financing

Make sure to sort out the details of payment ahead of time, especially if you are traveling to a different area for your procedure. When budgeting, don’t forget to include travel costs for yourself and your companion.

5. Prepare for Your Procedure

Your surgeon will provide you with instructions for before and after-surgery care, such as which medications to avoid and tips for returning to normal activities. Be sure to follow their advice to ensure the success of your surgery and recovery. 

You can also consult the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) or the American Association of Plastic Surgeons (AAPS) websites for advice on preparation, as well as a wealth of other information and tips.

Interested in Learning More?

If you live in or are planning to make South Florida your destination for plastic surgery, get in touch with the team at Dr. Timothy Alexander’s clinics in North Miami or Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-589-0722 or 305-756-8743 to learn more about their extensive menu of treatments and procedures. You can also fill out our online contact form to set up an in-person or virtual consultation.

How Can Plastic Surgery Help Improve Male Chest Contours?

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Having well-defined pectoral muscles are essential to a balanced body. Men with contoured chests are often thought to be more attractive and healthier than men with enlarged breasts, and a chiseled chest contour is a mark of masculinity and power.

Man without shirt showing contoured abdominal and chest muscles.

Improving the appearance of the chest is one of the primary reasons that men turn to plastic surgery. Enhancing the chest can be accomplished in one of two ways, depending on your concern. For some men, dissatisfaction with their upper body contour stems from their inability to sculpt the muscles they want; for others, discontent arises from the presence of gynecomastia. 

What Is Gynecomastia?

The curvature of the underlying ribs determines the male chest shape. There should be a uniform thickness of tissue throughout the chest area. Gynecomastia is the accumulation of excess glandular tissue above the pectoral muscles that result in excessively large breasts. The condition can result from hormonal changes, heredity, or obesity, and it can occur during adolescence or adulthood. Gynecomastia is fairly common, with more than half of men enduring some level of the condition.

How Can Gynecomastia Surgery Enhance Chest Contours?

Gynecomastia surgery is performed to correct enlarged male breasts by surgically removing the unwanted tissue and skin in the chest. In cases where your enlarged breasts are primarily the result of excess fatty tissue, liposuction techniques can be used.

You may seek gynecomastia surgery to rectify underdeveloped, asymmetrical, or otherwise deformed chest contours. This procedure offers immediate results that only improve with time.

How Can Pectoral Implants Enhance the Appearance of Pectoral Muscles?

While some men struggle with too much fullness, others are unable to attain it. Many men spend hours a day at the gym, doing countless repetitions of bench presses and pushups. Unfortunately, not every man who attempts a chiseled chest can achieve it. 

For those who cannot, pectoral implants can help.

During this procedure, form-stable silicone implants are placed within the chest to create the appearance of defined muscle. The goal of the procedure is to make your chest proportional to the rest of your physique.

Is Male Plastic Surgery for Me?

Many men are unaware of just how easy it is to sculpt their chests with plastic surgery. Whether you have too much or not enough in the way of chest fullness, there is a plastic surgery procedure that is right for you. 

Men interested in plastic surgery should be in good overall health and have realistic expectations of their results. 

Why Choose Dr. Timothy Alexander?

Dr. Timothy Alexander is an experienced and skilled plastic surgeon with years of experience in male plastic surgery. To get started on your chest surgery, contact our office at 954-589-0722 or 305-756-8743 or fill our online form to schedule your consultation.

How to Set the Right Goals for Your Plastic Surgery

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Are you looking to cosmetically change or enhance an area on your face or body? Plastic surgery can certainly help you achieve your aesthetic goals; however, it is important to have realistic expectations for the changes you wish to make and be prepared to discuss these with your surgeon thoroughly. Here are a few tips that can help guide you to more realistic expectations about what plastic surgery can do for you.

Side by side image showing the before and after results of a liposuction treatment.

Make Sure Plastic Surgery Is Right For You

Just because a specific procedure worked amazingly for a friend or family member does not mean it will deliver the same results for you. Each patient and cosmetic treatment, whether it is a body contouring, breast enhancement, or facial procedure, should be evaluated individually. That is why it is vital to discuss your concerns and desired outcomes with your surgeon to set realistic expectations for the outcome.

Your surgeon will help you understand what the likely result will be and highlight what is unrealistic or impossible during your consultation. This way, you can decide if it is right for you.

Find Out If You May Need a Combination

In some cases, a combination of plastic surgery procedures may be a better option for you. For example, a breast augmentation and breast lift combination would be best for someone who wants to add volume and correct sagging breasts. Having a breast lift procedure alone will correct your sagging breasts but will not add fullness to the breasts.

The most significant thing here is letting your surgeon know what overall change you are looking for, and then you can start to formulate a treatment plan that will help you get the results you want. Just make sure you are completely open and honest with your surgeon during your initial consultation and explain what you hope to achieve through plastic surgery.

Do Your Part

It is best to have plastic surgery once you are at or very close to your ideal weight, especially for body contouring procedures. This allows your surgeon to optimize your treatment to offer the best possible results. For instance, if you are considering a tummy tuck and have a good bit of excess weight, your surgeon may be unable to remove as much excess skin as would otherwise be possible if you were at your ideal weight.

Ultimately, being healthy before surgery also contributes to your overall well-being and ability to heal after surgery. You must practice healthy habits and maintain a relatively stable weight even after cosmetic surgery for long-lasting results.

Interested in Learning More?

Undergoing plastic surgery is a major decision that requires adequate preparation. Contact Dr. Tim Alexander by calling (954) 589-0722 or (305) 756-8743 or by filling out our online contact form to learn more about how plastic surgery may be right to help you meet your aesthetic goals.

5 Things You Need to Know to Plan for Plastic Surgery

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Plastic surgery can help you feel more confident and help you reach your physical appearance goals. While plastic surgery procedures are commonly performed every day, all surgery contains some element of risk and requires some need for preparation. Before booking a plastic surgery procedure, there are five things to consider.

Women undergoing a body contouring consultation with her surgeon.

Your Surgeon’s Training Matters

Your surgery should be performed by a highly-skilled and exceptionally trained plastic surgeon. When talking to surgeons, look for ones that specialize in the procedure that you wish, and don’t be afraid to ask for references or about their education and training. Another great tool is to ask to see before and after photos of their previous patients.

You May Need to Schedule Around Your Recovery

Your procedure can take anywhere from four to 12 weeks to recover, depending on how invasive it is. Combination procedures and in-depth procedures like tummy tuck surgery or body lift surgery will take longer than something like liposuction

If you want to be fully healed by a particular time of year or a specific date, be sure to schedule your procedure far enough in advance to allow for recovery.

You may also wish to consider your work schedule when planning your surgical procedures. If you have certain times of the year that are busier than others, it may be smart to wait until your business is slower to have more peace of mind while recovering. The more relaxed you are during your recovery, the better. Therefore, stressing about returning to work or getting ready for a special event may negatively impact your recovery and results.

There Will Be Risks That You Must Accept

Your surgeon will go over any risks associated with the surgical procedure, including those from general anesthesia. Some lifestyle habits increase your risks for surgery, such as smoking and excessive drinking. Your recovery will also be affected by your alcohol and tobacco use.

While it is uncommon to experience severe complications, there is no way to guarantee that zero risk. Everyone heals differently, and, sometimes, unforeseen complications arise.

A Little Preparation Goes a Long Way

You may be asked to quit smoking before having surgery to reduce the risks from general anesthesia. Or, you may be asked to lose a little weight before having surgeries to decrease your risks during the procedure and give you better-looking results. Preparing makes your surgery significantly safer and more effective.

Alternatively, preparing your home for your recovery will also ease the process. Consider establishing a comfortable “recovery zone” with easy access to anything that you might need (e.g., pillows, nutritious food, entertainment, etc.).

Lifestyle Changes May Follow

Certain augmentation and body contouring procedures may affect your wardrobe or alter how much you’ll be able to enjoy engaging in certain activities. For example, larger breasts may impact the types of exercises you can perform, whereas tummy tuck surgery, body lift surgery, or breast reduction can make exercising more comfortable.

Interested in Learning More?

If you are ready to start your plastic surgery journey, contact Dr. Tim Alexander by calling (954) 589-0722 or (305) 756-8743 or filling out our online contact form.

How to Start Working Out After a Body Contouring Procedure

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Body contouring is perfect for those who want to get rid of stubborn fat and improve their contours. Many patients are very happy with their results and understand that it is their responsibility to maintain them. One of the best ways to keep the excess fat at bay and enjoy long-term effects is to exercise regularly. 

woman working out after body contouring

In the months following your recovery, you may decide to start or get back to working out again, and to ensure that you do not hurt yourself, here are a few tips to follow. 

Be Sure to Warm Up

It is critical to warm up before your workout to avoid straining or pulling on your skin or muscles during your exercise program. The warm-ups and exercises you choose should be compatible with your procedure. Light yoga may be a great way to stretch and warm up the muscles traditionally, but it can be harmful to patients who have had tummy tuck surgery or a body lift surgery if resumed too soon because it could stress the incisions. Try taking a walk, and when you’re ready, level up to a light jog. 

Once you are finished exercising, stretch again to ensure that your muscles can rest and heal properly between workouts. 

 Most surgical procedures require you to wait at least six weeks before participating in any vigorous activity. Ask Dr. Alexander if your body is ready to resume exercise.


Taking walks starting the day after your surgery encourages blood circulation throughout the body. Healthy blood circulation is essential for healing, and walking is an easy first step to getting back to your normal activity. Even if you are used to doing more strenuous forms of exercise, walking is still where you need to start. 

Listen to Your Body 

It is important to make sure that you stay in tune with your body while doing exercises. You may need to stop or minimize the intensity of your workout if you are feeling pain or strain. Be patient with your process, and allow your body the time to get back into more rigorous movement. 

If you find that your pain during movement is persistent or is getting worse, contact your surgeon to make sure there are no complications with your recovery. In some cases, even after the advised healing period, body contouring patients are not ready to resume strenuous activity.

Everyone heals differently. Listen to your body and try not to put any unnecessary strain on your new contours.

Tailor Your Exercise for Your Results

Targeting your exercises to the areas that were improved by body contouring can help you maintain the results you’ve gained. When you start working out more rigorously, consider taking on exercises that target these areas. 

Want to Learn More?

Please contact Dr. Alexander by calling 954-589-0722 or 305-756-8743 or filling out this form for a consultation if you would like more information about body contouring.

Mid-Facelift Vs. Facelift: Putting Your Best Face Forward

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Facelift surgery is one of the top procedures for facial rejuvenation and is one of the most commonly performed surgical procedures in the United States. There are many different types of facelift techniques available, including the mid-face lift and the traditional full facelift.

What Is a Facelift?

A facelift (rhytidectomy) is a surgical procedure that helps eliminate unwanted wrinkles on the lower two-thirds of the face and neck to disguise or erase the most common signs of aging. As we age, facial skin will start to lose its elasticity and, as a results, sag. A surgical facelift tightens the underlying muscles, trims the excess skin, and repositions facial fat to where it is meant to be. 

Traditional facelift incisions extend from the hairline at the temples down and around the ear on both sides of the face. These cuts are made carefully so that they will blend in with your hairline or in the natural creases of your face, making them barely noticeable once they have healed.

What Is a Mid-Facelift?

The mid-facelift focuses on the middle section of the face and cheeks. Like a traditional facelift, incisions are made in the hairline, as well as behind the earlobes. The skin and underlying tissues are then tightened to reduce wrinkles and create a smoother, more youthful contour. 

This technique can also be used to address hollowness under the eyes and sagging cheeks. Because of this, the mid-facelift is sometimes combined with lower blepharoplasty. In this case, incisions will also be made below the lower eyelids, through which the muscles on the cheeks will be lifted.

Who Are Mid-Facelifts Best For?

A lot of women and men first see facial aging around their eyes and cheeks. A mid-facelift is an excellent option for individuals who have started to notice the signs of aging but do not feel like they need a traditional facelift.

This is also a popular option for those who have had a facelift previously and desire a touch-up.

What If I Have Jowls or Loose Skin on My Neck?

While the mid-facelift is ideal for treating laxity and lines in the center of the face, it cannot do much to treat the lower part of the face and neck. Individuals with significant jowls, vertical neck banding, neck fat, or deep marionette lines (the vertical lines that develop between the corners of the lips and chin) would benefit more from traditional facelift surgery.

Interested in Learning More?

If you are looking for a plastic surgeon in South Florida to perform your facelift or mid-facelift, contact Dr. Timothy Alexander by calling (954) 589-0722 or by filling out our online contact form. Dr. Alexander performs face and body contouring procedures for women and men in Hollywood, Florida. 

Why an Eyelid Lift Might Be the Only Surgery You Need

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Despite being visual creatures, humans can’t see much right away—babies are only able to see up to a foot away clearly for the first few weeks of their lives. 

But the eyes develop quickly, and by the time they are three months old, most babies’ eyes will reach their full adult width, creating those big, adorable “baby eyes” we all go wild for. Close-up of woman’s eye before and after surgery.

Science has proven we are hard-wired to find these big, wide eyes attractive, even as we grow older. They simply look brighter, younger, and more alert than eyes that are small or dull.   

Unfortunately, it does not take much for our eyes to show the signs of wear and tear. Think of the dark circles that happen after a sleepless night, or the damage that squinting can do to the skin around our eyes. 

Because the skin that surrounds our eyes is so delicate, it is among the first areas to show the signs of aging. 

Why Should I Get an Eyelid Lift?

From lifting serums to herbal lotions, the business of eye rejuvenation makes up a considerable segment of the beauty world today.

But cosmetics can only go so far, especially when it comes to drooping tissue or sagging eyelids. 

An eyelid lift, also referred to as a blepharoplasty, is a surgical procedure that removes excess tissue from above and below the eyes, tightening the entire area.

An eyelid lift can be used to treat:

  • Loose or sagging skin around the eyes 
  • Fatty deposits that appear as puffiness in the eyelids
  • Bags under the eyes
  • Drooping lower eyelids
  • Upper eyelid hooding
  • Excess skin
  • Fine wrinkles on the lower eyelid

The delicate tissue that surrounds our eyes lose elasticity easily, making it more likely to wrinkle and sag. Even rubbing too hard when removing makeup can cause the lines to start appearing. 

If you find yourself with tired-looking eyes all the time, despite taking care of your skin and getting enough rest, an eyelid lift may be the next step to keeping this delicate area rejuvenated. 

Can an Eyelid Lift Rejuvenate the Entire Face?

An eyelid lift truly does what all those “miracle” eye creams claim to do: remove under-eye bags, reduce lines, and tighten sagging tissue for brighter, more alert eyes.

This procedure can also be combined with other facial procedures, including facelift surgery or brow lift surgery, for an overall rejuvenating effect. However, patients may find that there’s simply no need for these additional cosmetic procedures after their eyelid lift is done, and recovery is complete. 

This is a testament to how much our eyes matter and how open, inviting eyes are more appealing than their dull-looking counterparts.

It’s simply science—we are much more attracted to bright, wide eyes and the youthfulness they convey.

An eyelid lift minimizes the need for further work by improving one of our most noticeable facial features.

As they say, it’s all in the eyes—and an eyelid lift is one of the most effective ways to refresh and rejuvenate your entire face. 

Interested in Learning More?

Call our Miami office at 954-589-0722 or our Fort Lauderdale office at 305-756-8743 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Alexander. You can also use our online contact form.

When Is a Body Lift Necessary?: Your Guide to Body Lift Surgery

attractive woman measuring herself after a body lift
A body lift can create continuous, harmonious contours across many areas of the body.

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Being overweight or obese is taxing on both your physical and mental well-being, so reaching your weight goals should be celebrated. Unfortunately, not a lot of people are prepared for how much their bodies change after the extra pounds are shed.

Whether you have lost the weight naturally or you have undergone bariatric surgery, a sudden decrease in pounds can result in significant tissue laxity that cannot correct itself. 

A body lift can help restore tight skin and tissues in patients who have lost large amounts of weight. This combination surgical procedure targets multiple areas to bring out more flattering and defined body contours. 

The combination of procedures is dependent on your individual needs and can include two or more surgical procedures.  

What Can a Body Lift Include?

Traditional or Extended Tummy Tuck 

A tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, is a contouring procedure that addresses laxity on the abdomen. During this procedure, excess skin is removed, the abdominal muscles are tightened, and stubborn pockets of fat are eliminated. 

An extended tummy tuck (beltectomy) takes the results of the traditional tummy tuck to the next level by including the hips, lower back, and buttocks.

Arm Lift 

Arm lift surgery, or brachioplasty, addresses the effects of weight loss on the upper arms. Arm lift surgery primarily addresses the excess skin that creates the appearances of a “flap” on the arms. This surgery provides a much more slender and toned look for the arms. 

Thigh Lift

Thigh lift surgery treats the rippling, loose skin, and excess fat from the upper thigh. Once the excess skin is removed, the remaining skin is lifted and tightened. 

Do I Need a Body Lift?

A body lift might be right for you if: 

  • You have lost a significant amount of weight
  • You have excess fat and skin in one or more areas 
  • You would like to improve the overall contours of your body
  • Diet and exercise have not been able to get you the results you desire

The right candidate is:

  • A nonsmoker 
  • In good overall health 
  • Free of any medical conditions that could impair healing or increase risk
  • Realistic in their expectations

How Should I Prepare for My Body Lift?

The only way to determine your candidacy is to undergo a consultation. A body lift consultation will allow you to share your goals and concerns with your surgeon, who will then be able to give you an evaluation, determine if you are ready for surgery, and create a personalized treatment plan. 

What Should I Expect After My Body Lift?

Body lift surgery is invasive, and its recovery is not always comfortable. There will be times when you are sore, tender, and tight. Your bruising and swelling will last for weeks. 

So while this recovery is manageable, you should expect to take up to two off of work—if not longer—and spend that time resting at home. With the proper amount of rest, you will be well on your way to realizing your dream physique.

Want to Learn More?

If you are considering a body lift and would like to know about your options in Fort Lauderdale or North Miami, please feel free to contact Dr. Alexander at 954-589-0722 or 305-756-8743 or fill out this form to schedule a consultation