ESANA won Best MedSpa for the 2nd year in a row in the 2014 Best of New Haven Living Readers’ Poll. From mommy makeovers to tummy tucks, from laser hair removal to injectables — it’s all about the “Esana difference.”
Liposuction has become one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures because it can handle those tough spots that even your exercise routine and diet can’t manage. You know, the hips and buttocks that strain our favorite pairs of pants, thighs that chafe, and the “muffin top” bulges that are difficult to hide. Other common areas for liposuction include excess fat under the chin, the back and even around the knees sometimes.
You’ve exercised, dieted, and used expensive creams and lotions, but you find the extra weight around your abdomen, back, and thighs is nearly impossible to lose. If you are not ready for a surgical solution like liposuction, the groundbreaking CoolSculpting technology may be the perfect next step to finally address these troublesome areas.
One of the hottest trending search terms in plastic surgery these days is the “mommy makeover.” Although probably a misleading term (we prefer pre-pregnancy restoration), this refers to one or more plastic surgery procedures that restore women’s post-pregnancy bodies, usually of the breast and/or abdomen. These procedures include breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction, as well as liposuction, mini-tummy tuck, or a full tummy tuck (otherwise known as abdominoplasty).
Those who suffered with teenage or young adult acne often take mental as well as physical scars into adulthood. While the emotional scars from embarrassment and social isolation can fade, the physical scarring may remain long after the last angry eruption. The new Dermapen procedure offers an easy, cost effective solution that has produced amazing results in reducing acne scars.
How much would you risk for a glowing tan all year long? Some shocking statistics–indoor ultraviolet (UV) tanners have a 74 percent greater chance of developing melanoma than those who never tanned indoors and also face increased risk for both squamous and basal cell carcinomas. Even spray tanning can increase lung inflammation as well as the risk for lung, breast, and colon cancer. Here’s a brief summary of the dangers of both: