Minimally Invasive Surgery
Maybe, you’re just starting to consider the benefits of plastic surgery. Maybe, you’ve been considering consulting a plastic surgeon for some time. Plastic surgery isn’t what it used to be. Today, the most advanced treatments and technologies are available right here in Sacramento; plastic surgery is elected by both men and women; and, “surgery” doesn’t necessarily mean an invasive procedure.
If you live in the Granite Bay area and are considering a minimally invasive procedure for a more youthful look, consider this: it can be achieved with fiber optic cameras, micro-needles, and lasers; the incisions are smaller, scarring is less visible, and recovery times are shorter; and, it allows you to get in, get out and get on with your life.
Considering plastic surgery? Here are four minimally invasive procedures for your consideration:
- Short Scar Facelift: Also referred to as rhytidectomy, it removes sagging skin, tightens muscles and gets rid of excess fat to combat the signs of aging caused by the sun’s rays, time, gravity, and facial expressions.
- Liposuction: The most popular cosmetic medical procedure in America, suction-assisted lipectomy removes stubborn fat from the upper arms, back, abdomen, buttocks, hips and thighs.
- Endoscopic Brow Lift: Also known as a forehead lift, this short scar version achieves a long lasting energetic look by raising eyebrows and smoothing frown lines.
Call 916-929-1833 now to learn more about medical spa services, facial rejuvenation and cosmetic surgery procedures for both men and women, such as liposuction. Sacramento plastic surgeons at The Skin Care Center and at The Plastic Surgery Center make enhancing the body, mind and spirit easy. With offices on Scripps Drive in Sacramento and in Granite Bay, looking and feeling your best is convenient as well.
Be sure to reserve your spot at a Free Seminar hosted by The Plastic Surgery Center in Sacramento and get expert insight into such subjects as breast augmentation and liposuction. Or, simply request a consultation and begin work with one of our patient coordinators soon.