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Medical Benefits of Mommy Makeover Surgery

Beautiful sexy woman in swimwear on private luxury sailing yacht laying relaxing on deck Pregnancy and giving birth to a beautiful baby are defining moments in the lives of many women. Carrying and delivering a baby is hard work that can leave your body looking and feeling very different from its pre-pregnancy state. Mommy makeover surgery turns back the clock and makes you feel like yourself again.

What is Mommy Makeover Surgery?

Mommy makeover surgery aims to correct some of the less appealing body changes that happen during pregnancy and childbirth. It often includes treatments to the breast and abdomen.

While reversing some of pregnancy’s impacts can increase a person’s self-confidence, there are some medical benefits to the surgery once you’ve finished having children.

Abdominal Surgery

Loose muscle tissue and sagging skin are common complaints from people who have experienced significant weight loss or given birth. Time can sometimes improve the appearance of this area. However, when your skin and muscles are stretched past their capacity to snap back, surgical repair may be necessary to regain a flat stomach.

Typical mommy makeover surgery involves adjustments to the abdominal region using options such as a tummy tuck and liposuction. These procedures have been shown to help improve back pain and incontinence problems after childbirth.

Breast Surgery

It’s no surprise that the hormones necessary to grow and nurture a human being can significantly impact breast tissue. These effects increase if the individual chooses to breastfeed after giving birth. 

Lack of breast volume and sagging breasts are common issues addressed with mommy makeover surgery. Some women lose symmetry in their breasts and may find one side is substantially larger. Such issues can affect your posture and cause back pain. Significant breast sagging can also cause problems like skin rashes. Dr. Salzman routinely performs breast augmentation and breast lift surgery to correct these concerns.

Stretch Marks on Hips and Thighs

Stretch marks are scars that result from rapid weight gain and are a familiar aftereffect of pregnancy. Depending on their location, Dr. Salzman may be able to remove them permanently.

Body confidence is a common problem post-pregnancy. The removal of stretch marks is an aesthetic enhancement that boosts the psychological well-being of many patients.

Who Do I Speak With About a Mommy Makeover?

Contact Salzman Cosmetic Surgery and Spa to schedule a consultation and discuss your concerns regarding the mommy makeover procedure. Dr. Salzman can provide a realistic expectation for the best approach to meet your needs.

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Thinning Lips Got You Down? Let’s Talk About Why This Problem Occurs and What You Can Do about It!

Sexual full lips. Natural gloss of lips You most likely pay more attention to your own face than anyone else does, even those who love you the most. Because you cannot help but see your reflection when you brush, wash, and get ready for your day, you are privy to the small and subtle changes that occur over time. What is interesting about these changes is that they occur gradually until, one day, they seem to suddenly be a profound problem that must be addressed as soon as possible. You may know this experience. For many people, it is their lips that all of a sudden look deflated, wrinkled, or thin. Here, we discuss why this happens and what you can do about it.

Why The Lips Get Thinner with Age

Our lips are a part of our skin. They are filled out with a bit of fatty tissue and with the same chemicals that plump and firm the skin elsewhere on the face and body. These include collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. If you’ve read up on wrinkles at all, you may know that the body makes far less of these vital chemicals in our forties, and even our thirties, than it does when we are in our twenties. As a result, fatty tissue starts to diminish in areas like the lips and cheeks. The skin loses some firmness and has less natural hyaluronic acid to bind to water molecules for moisture. Is this the end of it, though? No, it’s just the beginning.

Thinning lips are also the result of UV damage and prolonged sun exposure. The ultraviolet light in sunshine absorbs into the skin and breaks down collagen that firms the skin. The more sun exposure we get without wearing an SPF lip balm, the more the skin and lip tissue will degrade with age. Whether you’re just starting to notice thinning or you’ve been concerned about this for some time, your first step can be to start wearing an SPF lip product every day. At night, you can apply a lip serum that supports the regeneration of this delicate tissue. Another reason that the lips may age more quickly is that a person smokes. If you smoke, you may know that you’re far more likely to develop fine lines around your mouth. However, you’re also at risk of lip thinning and deflation caused by a lack of oxygenation in tissue. Genetics has something to do with the shape and volume of the lips, as well as how the lips age. That said, there are ways that you can mitigate this contributing factor in your aging process.

What Can be Done about Thinning Lips?

Your lips need to be protected from premature aging. They also need to be treated well on a daily basis to ensure optimal moisture and shape. Some expert tips on lip care include staying hydrated. The body uses water molecules to moisten the skin and also to plum it. If you’re not well hydrated, there are fewer water molecules floating around for your body to use. Then, sleep. Your tissue regenerates and repairs when you sleep. Truly, beauty sleep is a thing. If you want to treat thinning lips, do it with a professional. Lately, lip-plumping devices have been circulating on social media. These devices temporarily plump the lips with a pump-like action. This brings more circulation, blood, and fluid to them. The problem is that continual plumping with pumping can damage the very structure that lays the foundation for the lip shape you already have.

If you want to have fuller, softer, more shapely lips, just come see us. We are specialists at lip enhancement using proven dermal fillers or fat that we take from someplace else on your body. Lip fillers and fat injections are proven safe and effective when performed by a trained provider. Both treatments are wildly popular because they work to a high degree of satisfaction. To schedule your lip enhancement consultation and treatment, contact our Louisville office at  502-425-5200.

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Tummy Tuck Scarring: What You Should Know

Mans Fit Torso With Surgical Lines On His Body Before Operation. It is no secret that the midsection is one of the most susceptible to stubborn fat. You may eat well and take really good care of your body but, for some reason, have noticed that your abdominal area is saggy and squishy beyond what feels comfortable and cosmetically acceptable. The muscles of the abdomen can weaken and stretch during pregnancy or as a result of being overweight. When these conditions are gone, the laxity remains. Sometimes, it can just be a matter of aging and our genetic makeup that results in loose abdominal tissue. Whatever it is that gets us there, we know there’s a way out. Tummy tuck surgery is very common among adults of all ages. If you’re considering this procedure, your thoughts may continually wander to the issue of recovery. Much has been written about how to manage the post-op recovery period after a tummy tuck. Here, we want to discuss the matter of the abdominoplasty scar.

What Type of Scarring to Expect

You might think that every person who has a tummy tuck will have the same scar. This isn’t the case. Knowing this ahead of time, you can ask your surgeon more direct questions about your particular case. What type of incision will they use? How long do they expect the incision to be? Some of the common incision scars that might be incurred by a tummy tuck include the belly button and the lower abdomen.

The lower abdomen is the area most commonly recognized for scarring after a tummy tuck. Here, the surgeon makes the horizontal incision as low as possible without minimizing access to the abdominal muscle and connective tissue. The abdominoplasty incision is nearly always low enough to sit beneath a bikini or underpants. It may or may not extend all the way from one hip to the other. It also may or may not tilt upward at the ends, similar to bicycle handlebars. These are details you’ll learn at your tummy tuck consultation.

The belly button is an area that may come as a surprise to some patients. Here, a scar may appear around the belly button after a full tummy tuck that involves the repositioning and tightening of tissue around the anchored belly button. This means that the belly button remains connected to its underlying connective tissue during the abdominoplasty procedure, it is not disconnected and repositioned. Fortunately, the belly button scar tends to fade nicely after surgery and is barely noticeable once it does.

Why Scarring Occurs

We know that incisions are a type of wound and that, as such, a scar results. If you’re the curious type, you might like a little more detailed description. After surgery, the body makes more collagen to heal the tissue that has been cut. This initial influx of collagen, though, is messy, to be honest. The body is concerned with getting collagen to the area, not with the organization of those protein molecules. As a result, a new scar may have a slightly rippled or puckered appearance. Tummy tuck patients may notice a “dog ear” type of flap at one or both ends of their incision as it heals. Over several weeks, the original collagen that is laid down around the incision is replaced with a more organized matrix of the protein. This is when we see the scar lighten and flatten out more dramatically. Still, if you are interested in a tummy tuck or mommy makeover, know that your abdominal scar will continue to heal over the course of about a year.

You can help your tissue heal optimally by doing just a few things well:

  • Strictly adhere to your post-op instructions, including how to cleanse and treat incisions as they heal.
  • Do not smoke. If you’re a smoker, you had to quit before surgery. We strongly encourage you to avoid picking up the habit anytime soon. Doing so can rob your tissue of the oxygen and nutrients it needs to rebuild strong, resilient skin after surgery.
  • Eat well. The more nutrients you can get into your body after surgery, the better. Drink green drinks. Eat whole foods and lean proteins. Fill the majority of your plate with leafy greens and vibrant vegetables. Doing so provides the body with the building blocks for healing.

Now is a great time for a tummy tuck. To schedule your consultation at our Louisville office, contact us at 502-425-5200.

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The Signs of Aging Occur Gradually, Then Suddenly. Here’s How to Address This!

woman are happy with perfect clean healthy skin and beautiful long brown hair. There is a passage from Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises that goes like this:

“How did you go bankrupt?” Bill asked.

“Two ways,” Mike said. “Gradually, then suddenly.”

When we talk with patients about their age-related cosmetic concerns, they often bring them up in a similar context. You may not say to others that your wrinkles were developing gradually and then suddenly. However, what you are very likely to say is something like “I woke up one day and all these wrinkles just seemed to be so prominent!” We say things like our signs of aging “appeared overnight” or in a flash. This is to say that, for a long time, we’re able to ignore the subtler signs of aging. But then one day, we cannot unsee what is reflected back to us in our mirror. The signs of aging come as no surprise. The goal is not to stop them but to know what to do about them when they do occur. At Salzman Cosmetic Surgery & Spa, we’ve got multiple options. Some of them are designed to prolong healthy collagen production so that the signs of aging occur more slowly. Some, like dermal fillers, are intended to correct mild to moderate signs of aging in a way that feels like a luxurious, quick pick-me-up. Here, we’ll discuss more about dermal filler treatment and why you may want to schedule your appointment now.

What are Dermal Fillers?

There are several different types of injectable treatments that are performed today. Not all injectables that are made for wrinkle-reduction fall into the category of dermal fillers. These products, such as Juvederm and Restylane, are wrinkle-reducers and then some. Unlike neuromodulators that soften dynamic wrinkles by targeting muscle tissue, dermal fillers smooth lines and creases by adding volume to deeper layers of the skin. This is beneficial because volume loss is one of the critical biological factors that stimulate the onset of creases like nasolabial folds and marionette lines, as well as jowls, thin lips, and flat cheeks. The fillers we’ve mentioned achieve their beneficial effects by depositing hyaluronic acid into layers of the skin. The particles of hyaluronic acid trap water molecules right where they are needed to contour the designated area. Furthermore, there are several products within these lines that have been specially made to address specific problems. More structural fillers are used in the cheeks and jawline area. Softer fillers may be used around the eyes or on the lips. This allows the provider to achieve the most natural-looking results for each patient. In addition to Juvederm and Restylane, we also perform Radiesse and Sculptra treatments to reduce the signs of aging on the face and hands.

Why People Choose Dermal Fillers

It’s not really enough to say that people choose to get dermal fillers because they want to avoid surgery. In fact, some of our plastic surgery patients love what dermal filler injections do to enhance their surgical results. One of the main benefits that are available with dermal fillers that we can’t find elsewhere is that the treatment achieves immediate results. How gratifying to walk into a facility with lines, creases, and deflation and walk out looking like a younger, more vibrant version of yourself! This is the nature of dermal filler treatment. After the appointment, it is possible to go right back to your normal activities, with the exception of strenuous exercise. Your provider may advise against this as well as excess heat exposure to reduce the risk of exaggerated swelling or redness. However, the point is that you needn’t take time off work or away from normal social engagements to get dermal fillers. It can’t get much easier than that.

As we head toward spring and the time of year where all of nature is getting refreshed, we can’t think of a better thing to do than rejuvenate our appearance. If you’d like to do the same, contact our Louisville office at 502-425-5200. Here, we will develop a treatment program around your unique needs and desired outcome.

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Am I the Right Weight for a Mommy Makeover?

Fit and sporty girl in underwear Seeing deflated breasts and loose, sagging abdominal skin can be emotionally distressing no matter how much you understand the value of what a mother’s body has been through. Any woman’s body, regardless of whether she’s given birth, goes through massive changes over time so may develop similar cosmetic consequences. The Mommy Makeover is a great way to address these concerns but, as with any surgical procedure, it is necessary to determine the most appropriate timing for treatment. There are a few reasons this is so, and a few ways to know just when the time is right. Here, we want to discuss the issue of weight, in particular, as it relates to the Mommy Makeover, and why a surgeon may recommend holding off on surgery until the “ideal weight” has been achieved.

It isn’t only a Matter of Weight

When a plastic surgeon looks at a patient’s weight to determine the appropriateness of surgery, what they’re really assessing is the patient’s BMI, body mass index. Your BMI is the ratio between your weight and height, so what is seen as your ideal weight is based on a scale of underweight to obese on the body mass index table. You may feel that, at 5 feet 10 inches, you’d love to weigh 125, as you did in high school or college. However, at that ratio, your BMI would be considered underweight. At that same height, a weight of 150 would be considered normal. A weight of 185 would be considered overweight or obese, even if you only wear a size 12. In general, surgeons prefer to perform tummy tuck surgery, a pivotal aspect of the Mommy Makeover, when BMI is less than 30.

Why Does This Matter?

In our discussion about Mommy Makeover treatment, there are a few reasons that BMI and weight matter. One is that, if you were to continue losing weight after your breast and body procedures, there is a risk that your breasts may look droopy and your tummy might look wrinkled due to the loss of fat beneath the skin. Another aspect of being a healthy weight before surgery is that an elevated BMI is linked to higher surgical risks. One study showed that patients with higher BMI took longer to come out of anesthesia than those in the normal BMI range. More importantly to our goals, a higher BMI is associated with a weaker immune system. You may not realize it but your immune system plays a critical role in surgical recovery. You want this system to be strong so that your body is not more susceptible to infection, swelling, bruising, and prolonged tissue healing. Excess weight is also a contributing factor to chronic systemic inflammation, a problem that we’d like to not have before undergoing surgery.

A breast and body makeover can be incredibly beneficial to your emotional wellness. To find out if now is the best time for your Mommy Makeover, contact our Louisville office at 502-425-5200.

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Does Breast Augmentation Hurt?

sexy young woman model in sexy dress Deciding to have breast augmentation should be an exciting time, not one that is overshadowed by questions and worries. Because this procedure is so common and there is so much information available for patients seeking this type of breast enhancement, some feel shy about asking what may be most pressing to them. In many cases, what concerns patients is the idea of breast augmentation being painful. Whether or not a patient asks about pain during their consultation, they are usually thinking it. So, preemptively, we will provide our clearest and most thoughtful response.

Breast Augmentation: What Should I Expect?

Is breast augmentation surgery painful? The first aspect of treatment is the surgical procedure itself. Breast augmentation is performed with general anesthesia, a form of sedation that interrupts the reception of pain signals from the body to the brain. The brain does not receive these signals, so the patient does not feel any pain. A nice side effect of general anesthesia is that the patient has no recollection of the time surrounding their procedure. General anesthesia is safe and has been widely used in even the most complex surgical procedures for many years. Not only are patients protected from pain, but they are closely monitored throughout surgery to safely maintain the effects of anesthesia.

Does breast augmentation hurt? The next aspect of breast augmentation is surgical recovery. Here is when patients will actively engage in pain management. What typically happens after surgery is that the patient feels a heaviness in their chest. This is in part to the pressure of the breast implants against muscle, connective tissue, and skin. It is also in part to the pressure of the compression garment applied after surgery. Heaviness may feel odd and it may feel uncomfortable but it isn’t usually painful. It is also normal to experience tenderness at incision sites, and general soreness in the chest area. Again, compression is a friend in the attainment of comfort. So is the pain medication that is prescribed for the initial days of recovery. Patients are strongly encouraged to take their prescription painkillers as directed so they do not have to endure unnecessary, stressful pain. In about a week’s time, it is very likely that comfort will improve enough to switch to over-the-counter pain relievers.

Breast augmentation is one of our most popular surgeries. The effects of a well-planned, well-performed surgery can be life-changing in the best ways. To schedule your consultation at our Louisville plastic surgery practice, contact us at 502-425-5200.

Dr. Salzman featured in Surgical Times Article About use of Ultrasound Imaging

Maker of Ultrasound Device Used in Silent Rupture Study Releases 10 New 3rd-Gen Scanners

Vancouver-based Clarius Mobile Health released its third-generation handheld wireless scanners, Monday, January 17, showcasing the 10 new HD3 devices in an hourlong innovation spotlight.

The devices, cleared by the U.S. FDA and currently available for purchase only within the United States, are no bigger than an iPhone and deliver high-definition, hospital-performance imaging to clinicians in every specialty.

Thirty percent smaller and lighter, Clarius HD3 devices deliver up to eight times faster frame rates and micron-level resolution when compared to other handhelds.

Previous generations of the device remain available and in use in 90 countries worldwide and have been used to perform nearly two million scans to date.

Read full article here:

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For Your Most Beautiful Summer, Start Non-Surgical Body Contouring Now

woman in a swimsuit with a perfect shape and line showing her body There are a few reasons why millions of adults start taking a more discerning look at their bodies around this time of year. One is that we’ve been conditioned to set goals at the beginning of every new year. Another is that summer is now on the horizon, albeit still months away. Then, we are also inundated with the idea of New Year, New You. We’re not about creating a whole new Self; we’re about bringing out all that is already inherently good and beautiful. In some cases, to do that means to shed some old baggage. We offer several ways to shed the baggage of unwanted fat, from liposuction and abdominoplasty to a few nonsurgical options. We’ll talk about these treatments here.

Nonsurgically, there are essentially three approaches that are taken to reduce body fat. These are heating, freezing, and chemical dissolution. Each of these methods takes a fair amount of time to achieve the desired outcome when compared to liposuction. For this reason, now is the best time to schedule your body contouring consultation so you can have the most beautiful summer.


Heat-based body contouring treatments generally work via radiofrequency energy. During treatment, the target area is bombarded with radiofrequency waves. This causes the tiny molecules in tissue to vibrate, resulting in friction and heat. When fat is heated to about 46° Celcius and the temperature is sustained for 20 minutes or more, approximately 60% of the fat cells exposed to the energy are programmed for death. The process is called apoptosis, and it occurs painlessly and naturally. The fat cells that are destroyed are picked up by the lymphatic system and eliminated. They are gone for good. In our Louisville medical spa, we perform radiofrequency body contouring using the Exilis and Vanquish devices. One of the benefits of using heat is that some degree of tissue contraction may also occur, resulting in firmer, tighter skin.


The freezing method of fat-reduction is known as cryolipolysis, and CoolSculpting is the most well-known and reputable device that utilizes freezing temperature to contour the body. During CoolSculpting sessions, the patient has an applicator “attached” to their treatment area via suction. The fat that is drawn into the chamber cools within 5 to 10 minutes. The remainder of the treatment session sustains the target temperature that causes crystals to form in the targeted fat cells. Studies indicate that approximately 50% of the exposed fat undergoes apoptosis via cryolypolysis. Like radiofrequency treatments, CoolSculpting results in cell death and the removal of fat cells through the lymphatic system.

Chemical Dissolution

Years ago, doctors used a treatment called Lipodissolve to chemically disrupt the structure of fat cells. The broader use of chemicals like deoxycholic acid and phosphatidylcholine produced marginal results and tended to cause more discomfort than was worth it. Today, chemical fat dissolution is used in a much more refined manner. For the past few years, Kybella injections have achieved safe, comfortable, and gorgeous results in reducing submental fullness under the chin.

One of the primary differences between our non-surgical body contouring options and surgical treatments is that they require multiple sessions to achieve optimal results. Still, the final outcome is satisfying and can be long-lasting. To learn more or to schedule your body contouring consultation in our Louisville office, contact us at 502-425-5200.

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Perfect Your Look with the PERFECT Lift!

Beauty Portrait Of Woman With Aloe Vera Slices. Facial aging is just a drag. The loss of collagen, elastin, and the tissue firmness and plumpness they support can literally drag the face downward. Volume shifts from areas like the temples and cheeks to the lower borders of the face. The jawline appears to lengthen and widen simultaneously thanks to the development of jowls that sag from the sides of the face. If you are beginning to notice these concerns and are not getting the same improvements you once did from basic injectable treatments but aren’t yet ready for a surgical lift, you may be very interested to know there is a middle-ground. In our Louisville office, it is the PERFECT Lift that patients can turn to when they want more comprehensive rejuvenation without downtime. The technique, developed by Dr. Salzman for a particular patient demographic, is one of our most popular services. We’ll introduce you to it here.

What is the PERFECT Lift?

This nonsurgical lifting technique involves the use of various injectable products. These include Radiesse®, which is deposited into deeper layers of the skin, Restylane® or Juvederm®, which are used superficially, and Platelet-rich plasma (PRP). The process takes about 90 minutes in the office. It is performed by one of our experienced Advanced Nurse Injectors who has been personally trained by Dr. Salzman to achieve outstanding results through this technique.

The PERFECT Lift begins with a blood draw. This is just like having blood work done at a lab or doctor’s office. The vial of blood is processed in a machine that spins at high velocity. The spinning separates platelet-rich plasma from red blood cells and other blood products. The PRP is placed into a sterilized syringe. The nurse starts the lifting process with Radiesse, a deep biologic filler, along the frame of the face to improve contours there. Radiesse contains lidocaine to support optimal comfort. It is also administered using a very small needle. Hyaluronic acid filler is then injected into areas such as the cheeks, tear troughs, and jawline as needed to perfect the appearance of youthful contours. Finally, to finish the process, the PRP is injected over all areas that have been treated with fillers.

Why the PERFECT Lift?

The results of the PERFECT Lift are immediate, which is instantly gratifying! The treatment is customized to address a variety of concerns in a single visit. To achieve the best results, some patients may elect to include additional injectables, such as Botox, or other techniques, such as a lip lift or chemical peel. This is one of the aspects of the PERFECT Lift that is so satisfying, that it can be tailored as needed to bring about the most rewarding outcome.

You can get your aging skin back on track, and we would love to help you. Contact us at 502-425-5200 to schedule a visit to our Louisville office.

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Blepharoplasty Recovery Done Well

Closeup Of Handsome Male Face With Black Marks On Skin Under Eye. We may hear so much about lines and wrinkles and how to treat them that we forget about some of the more profound signs of aging. As the skin and delicate tissue around the eyes no longer receive the same support from new collagen and elastin, the eyelids can become loose and saggy. They can look puffy and heavy. These changes, even when subtle, can have a major impact on the emotional vibe of the face. A person may look angry when they are not. They may look tired. If you see these false characteristics when you look in the mirror, you may be wondering how you can improve them as easily as possible. We understand that surgery may not sound like an easy fix to aging eyes, but we know that it can be. Here, we discuss how to recover well from blepharoplasty surgery.

It Starts with Preparation

Anytime a person has surgery, they know they will have some downtime during which they should rest and recover. For blepharoplasty, the time frame is about 10 to 14 days. Knowing this, patients can prepare ahead of time by wrapping up important projects at work and by scheduling time off. Not just from the office but from work and other engagements. No plans to work remotely or answer emails or take calls. Just plans to be off. Other ways to prepare for blepharoplasty include having the house cleaned and making meals that can be heated and served without much hassle at all. It may also be necessary to arrange some helpers around the house for child and pet care. This aspect of recovery can be difficult for people who are used to doing it all. However, it is a must for an optimal recovery period.

It Continues with Self-Care

Everyone seems to have their own perception of what self-care means. After blepharoplasty, it has a very unique meaning, which is important to understand. If you’ve explored the idea of eyelid rejuvenation surgery, we expect that you know you need to rest after your procedure. Here’s what that looks like in real life. It looks like taking a hiatus from all screens. You may watch some television, but not much. It isn’t a time for binge-watching your favorite show or even for watching movies, at least not during the first week of recovery. It also means a break from scrolling social media for more than about five minutes, and it means avoiding activities in which your eyes are the primary source of intake. This includes reading. So what can you do while you recovery from blepharoplasty to prevent boredom? You can stay in touch with friends and family. You can listen to audiobooks, podcasts, and music. You can sit outside for short periods or take small walks, provided that you wear sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat. These activities might not only help you recover from surgery but may also revive your emotional wellness.

Blepharoplasty surgery is a minimally-invasive procedure that can reap huge rewards. Learn more. Contact us at 502-425-5200 to schedule a consultation at our Louisville office.

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