Tighten and Tone: The Art Behind the PRO by EndyMed
No matter how many hours you spend on the stair stepper at the gym, or no matter how many layers of tightening cream you rub on your thighs, it can seem like nothing will give you back the tight skin you had in your twenties and thirties. However, with revolutionary technology like the PRO by EndyMed, you can tighten and tone your skin from the inside out— leaving you with the results you’ve always dreamt of but never knew existed. Read on to learn more.
What is the PRO by EndyMed
As one of the few companies in the long island area that even offers this unique tool, Associated Plastic Surgeons & Consultants knows that you can get the best results possible with the PRO by EndyMed. As a high-tech radio-frequency device, the PRO by Endymed is designed to rejuvenate, shape, and tighten the skin.
How is the procedure like?
This non-invasive, pain free procedure will allow you to go into our office and out, in virtually no time. In fact, you can come in on your lunch break and go back to lunch without any sort of signs or symptoms that you just got a procedure done.
When will I see results?
In order for you to see the ultimate results, it is required that you get at least six treatment sessions.
What parts of the body does PRO by EndyMed treat?
One of the best parts about the PRO by EndyMed is that it can be used to treat virtually all parts of the body including the face, neck, abdomen, legs, and even the arms. So if you are struggling with the loss of skin tightening across your entire body, then the PRO by EndyMed might be the solution you’ve been waiting for.
To learn more about the PRO by EndyMed or to speak with one of our doctors, contact Associated Plastic Surgeons & Consultants today
- Published in Skin Care
Cleft Lip Surgery for Infants
1 in every 4,000 babies each year is born with a cleft lip. Resulting in a gap between the mouth, nose and lip, cleft lip is a birth defect that causes the separation of the facial elements around the nose and palate. If you have just found out either via ultrasound that your child has a cleft lip or have recently given birth to a baby who has a cleft lip, don’t worry a second longer. Through a surgical procedure, your child will be able to live a normal and healthy life. Read on to learn more about cleft lip surgery for infants.
What is a cleft lip?
In order to fully understand the cleft lip surgery process, it’s important to know exactly what a cleft lip is and what it does. A cleft lip is an opening between the nose and mouth that hasn’t formed correctly. During the first three months of pregnancy, a baby’s lip and palate are supposed to form but sometimes do not— resulting in a cleft lip.
What are the problems associated with a cleft lip?
If left untreated, cleft lips can cause dental problems and the inability to eat properly. However, until your baby has surgery to properly fix their cleft lip, there are special bottles that are designed in order to ensure that your baby is getting the right amount of food and nutrients they need in order to properly grow.
What is surgery like?
Depending on the overall health of your baby, cleft lip surgery can typically take place when the baby is around three months old. During the surgery, and after anesthesia has been administered to your little one, one of Associated Plastic Surgeons & Consultants surgeons will work to seal the gap that has formed between the mouth and nose in order to give your child the ability to eat, chew, and smile.
What is recovery like?
You can expect that your baby will spend the night in the hospital in order to be properly monitored after surgery. However, once discharged, you will be given specific feeding instructions for your baby and will be instructed to keep the area clean. Although a scar will be visible at first, it will slowly fade over time and shouldn’t be apparent in the future.
If your child has a cleft lip and you would like to learn more about the surgical options used to treat it, contact Associated Plastic Surgeons & Consultants today!
- Published in Cleft Lip Surgery