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    Relieve Back, Neck and Shoulder Pain with Breast Reduction Surgery

    Last updated 1 year ago

    There are many benefits to having large breasts, but there can be some downsides too. Some women who have a larger than average cup size will know all about one of the most common issues, an increase in back, neck and shoulder pain.

    Breasts that are very large put a lot of strain on the muscles supporting them. While a good quality and well fitted bra can sometimes help, for many women the best solution is breast reduction surgery.

    This is often the case when breasts are proportionally and unusually large for the body. For the most part, breast size is determined by a combination of things, including genes, hormones, body frame and weight, but sometimes breasts can grow larger or smaller than is proportionally normal.

    Surgery can reduce the pressure that's put on the back, neck and shoulders of women who have large breasts. These are areas that are also particularly susceptible to pain for people who spend long hours in front of the computer or carrying heavy bags, and its no surprise that women with large breasts can find their problems are compounded by every day necessities.

    After breast reduction surgery, many women immediately notice a lessening in back and neck pain and find that they can enjoy a better freedom of movement than they did before.

    For breast reduction surgery with a female cosmetic surgeon who is attendant to all of your needs and desires, call (08) 6555 3480 and speak to the team at Dr Anh Nguyen's practice in Perth.

    Most Popular Cosmetic Surgeries For Summer

    Last updated 1 year ago

    As summer approaches, many people find themselves starting to worry about baring skin. From unwanted hair to tummies they are embarrassed of, there are many pitfalls that can undermine body confidence when the sunny season arrives. However, the most popular cosmetic surgeries for summer could help banish those body blues.

    Mummy Makeovers

    New mums looking forward to getting into a bikini again have the option of giving nature a hand with a mummy makeover, which grow in popularity in the run up to summer.

    Vampire Facelift

    This natural, non-surgical procedure is great for tackling fine lines and wrinkles and leaves the face looking fresher and younger. It can be great for creating a smoother complexion that stands up to the scrutiny of the summer sun.


    Fat-reducing procedures are also very popular when it comes to summer makeovers, as people realise they won't be able to lose all of their excess fat themselves before the summer months roll around.

    Non-Surgical Procedures

    There's a trend for people choosing to have larger cosmetic procedures in the months coming up to summer but many also opt for non-surgical 'quick fixes' in the run up to Christmas too, such as fillers, dermal fillers or laser hair removal.

    Ensure you feel brilliant and ready to face summer with a smile by choosing a superior cosmetic clinic for any and all treatments. You'll find quality care and a compassionate ear at Dr Anh Nguyen's Perth practice. Simply call (08) 6555 3480 to find out more about Dr Anh's years of experience and philosophy of cosmetic surgery for women, by women.

    How Much Scarring Is There After Liposuction?

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Liposuction  a very popular cosmetic treatment that can help remove unwanted fat and create a better distribution of fat around the body, leaving women feeling more confident and happier to bare their curves. One of the most common questions associated with liposuction is how much scarring the procedure will leave behind.

    The length of time it takes for your body to heal after liposuction can depend on a number of factors, including how extensive your procedure is and how good your overall health is.

    However, for the majority of patients, they are able to return to work after one week and the majority of swelling should be gone within four to six weeks. It's also normal to wear a supportive pressure garment during this time, to enhance the eventual outcome.

    Liposuction is a popular procedure in spring, as it allows plenty of healing time before summer, allowing women to enjoy the full benefits of the procedure when sunbathing season appears.

    You can help aid the healing process after cosmetic surgery by looking after your body. It's very important to give up smoking if you are a smoker, as it can severely inhibit your body's ability to heal, and it's a good idea to eat healthy and exercise mildly to keep yourself in good physical condition.

    For answers to all of your questions about liposuction as well as some excellent care and advice, be sure to call 08 6555 3480 and discuss your preferences and potential cosmetic choices with Dr Anh Nguyen's Perth practice.

    Australian Increasingly Concerned About Skin Tone

    Last updated 1 year ago

    An annual survey has revealed that a large number of the Australians considering cosmetic procedures are more concerned about skin tone. According to the data from the Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australasia, skin tone topped the list of concerns for 60% of the respondents.

    Also in the top five concerns were fine lines, loss of volume in the face, weight and appearance of the abdomen. Additionally, just over a quarter of the 751 participants said that they had issues with necks, buttocks and thighs while just under a quarter were worried about veins, deep wrinkles and décolletage. Hands and feet also registered as an area of concern, with 23% of respondents noting each.

    Many of the areas of concerns raised can be treated with a variety of cosmetic procedures. For uneven skin tone, there are a number of treatments, such as laser resurfacing or skin peels, which can leave skin looking smoother and less discoloured than before.

    Fillers and dermal fillers are excellent options for those suffering from fine wines and wrinkles, while deeper wrinkles could be alleviated with the help of a face or brow lift.

    Cosmetic surgery can also offer solutions to issues with the appearance of the abdomen buttocks and thighs, with liposuction, body contouring and mummy makeovers all providing potential solutions.

    To find out more about the many treatments available for a wide range of different body concerns, be sure to get in touch with Dr Anh Nguyen. As a female cosmetic surgeon in Perth, she is perfectly placed to answer all of your questions. Call 08 6555 3480 to find out more.

    How to Deal With Having Big Breasts

    Last updated 1 year ago

    While many women long for larger breasts, there are also those who find they have to face a number of problems on a day-to-day basis because of the size of their chest. From struggling to find clothes that suit them to suffering from chronic back or shoulder pain, women with large breasts can be faced with a number of issues. For some down to earth advice for dealing with larger breasts, check out this upbeat video from the team at Howcast.

    Containing useful tips and tricks for all women who are self-conscious about having large breasts, this short video discusses some of the things you can easily do to improve the way you look and feel. By making sure you have well-fitting bras and flattering clothes, you can make life easier and much more comfortable for yourself.

    Considering other factors, such as your posture or the amount of exercise you do, can also have a beneficial effect on the way you carry yourself and reduce pain and boost confidence. If a larger bust is having a negative impact on your quality of life or state of mind, breast reduction surgery could be just what you need. This can be a wonderful way of alleviating the back and neck pain often associated with larger breasts and often leaves women feeling much more comfortable physically and emotionally.

    Find out more about the potential benefits of breast surgery from a cosmetic surgeon who cares, call 08 6555 3480 and speak to the team at Dr Anh Nguyen's Perth practice.

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