More women are seeing their plastic surgeons for brachioplasty, according to recent statistics. Treatments for addressing the under arm wobble range from traditional and mini brachioplasty to liposuction and, more recently, use of devices, such as the ThermiTight (Almirall Company).
While most women interested in cosmetic surgery do not have a gender preference when choosing a surgeon, more than one-quarter do have a preference. And those that do have a gender preference overwhelmingly prefer a female surgeon, according to a new study.
Recently, women searching for more perfection, pleasure, or at times medical relief for this very private part of the female anatomy has lead to an uptick in elective vaginal plastic surgeries domestically and abroad.
This new procedure—using skin-suspending strings— may soon be as popular as fillers for fixing sagging skin. Just don’t call it “a thread lift”.
When it comes to choosing a plastic surgeon, how much does the physician’s gender weigh into the choice? A study published recently in Aesthetic Surgery Journal may provide some answers.