For many women who lose a breast or breasts after cancer surgery, breast reconstruction may be the best solution to feeling whole again. Using either implants or tissue borrowed from other parts of the body, the surgeon can work with the patient to restore one or both breasts to near normal shape, appearance, symmetry, and size. The reconstruction can begin at the time of the mastectomy or at a later date, depending on the type of surgery, follow-up treatment, and patient body type and state of health.
You can’t cover up, disguise, or hide a double chin. There it is—every time you look in the mirror—an imperfection usually impossible to diet or exercise away. Fortunately, there are two non-surgical options that can virtually eliminate your double chin, with no downtime required.
If your skin is still relatively tight, you may be the perfect candidate for the CoolMini from CoolSculpting® or Kybella, a fat dissolving injectable. People with loose skin or major wrinkles around the chin and neck may require non-invasive skin tightening with Ultherapy or a surgical face and neck lift.