When you work hard to lose weight, you should be celebrating your accomplishments instead of being weighed down physically and emotionally by excess skin. Learn about the procedures available to reveal your new body after massive weight loss.
At Northeastern Plastic Surgery, we find that many of our patients choose to schedule their plastic surgery procedures during the summer months because they have more time and fewer responsibilities. Teachers and college students, for example, have a two-to-three month summer break, making it much easier for them to fit in time for surgery and recovery. Professionals often see their workflow slow down during the summer months, which enables them to take extended breaks as well.
If you’re among those that would prefer to have their plastic surgery procedure scheduled during the summer, then be sure to follow these seven tips for plastic surgery recovery.
If you are interested in plastic surgery this summer, speak with talented Dr. Fodero. He can answer all of your questions and discuss these tips for plastic surgery recovery in more detail. Please contactNortheastern Plastic Surgery today to learn more about the services we offer.
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