Sometimes becoming the “new you” means getting back to the “old you”. Any mother can tell you: Bringing a child into the world changes you. And some of those changes might not be ones you want sticking around for the rest of your life. That’s where getting back to the “old you” comes in: Thanks to mommy makeovers, you can restore your body back to its pre-childbirth state!
At the office of board certified plastic surgeon Richard J. Brown, we’ve gotten a lot of questions about mommy makeovers. It’s a very popular procedure AND a highly misunderstood one. A lot of misconceptions surround this life-changing, life-enhancing process. Let us clear up the confusion by debunking four of the most common misconceptions about mommy makeovers.
There may not be a Fountain of Youth, but BOTOX treatments are the next best thing. As we get older and wrinkles start to set in, some of us start to feel ill at ease in our own bodies. BOTOX treatments can relieve that tension by smoothing out those wrinkles and restoring life and vitality to weary skin.
BOTOX injections are one of many professional services we offer at the offices of board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Richard J. Brown. It’s a procedure that a lot of patients have questions about, and it’s a procedure that is misunderstood by people who pay attention to tall tales and hearsay. BOTOX is actually a very safe process with a high success rate. If you want to know what the secret is to successful BOTOX treatments, read on and follow these suggestions.
Everybody is beautiful. That’s something we believe down to the core of our beings here at the offices of Scottsdale board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Richard J. Brown. Each day we have the pleasure of working with patients who are intelligent, caring, and accomplished. They’re drop-dead gorgeous, both inside and out.
But not everyone sees it that way.
The thing is, you can be perfectly happy with yourself as a person and still feel out of place in your own skin. Just because you are successful and intelligent and have a happy, loving family doesn’t mean you’ll feel beautiful. Sometimes in spite of all your accomplishments, you simply don’t feel whole.