Category Archives: Tummy Tuck

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5 Surprising Benefits of a Tummy Tuck

Anyone who has heard of  surgery in Houston is likely familiar with the body shaping benefits: a firmer midsection, flatter stomach, and slimmer silhouette. However, a tummy tuck provides a number of other functional benefits in addition to the obvious cosmetic perks. Here are a few of the lesser-known advantages: Exercise becomes easier. Many of my patients who …

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Questions to Ask During a Tummy Tuck Consultation

You’ve made the exciting decision to get a . One of the first steps in the process is your consultation. This appointment is extremely important because you will discuss your surgical plan with your doctor, and you get the opportunity to ask questions or express any concerns you might have. During a tummy tuck consultation at …

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Recovering After Tummy Tuck: What You Need to Know

My body contouring and  patients in Houston want to know all about what happens during recuperation—in fact, it’s usually one of their first questions. I want all of my patients to feel prepared and in control, and part of that preparedness means knowing exactly what to expect. Before their surgeries, patients report being afraid of pain …

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All I want for Christmas Is to Feel Beautiful–Giving the Gift of Cosmetic Enhancements

We all strive to find meaningful gifts for our loved ones each year during the holiday season. Have you ever thought about gifting an aesthetic treatment or plastic surgery procedure? At my Houston practice, this is becoming more common. Of course, this isn’t the traditional cashmere sweater or scented candle, but it’s a gift that …

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Camille G. Cash, M.D. Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

Five Ways to Speed Up Your Recovery from Plastic Surgery

Cosmetic procedures are exciting experiences for most patients, as it is a time to welcome new, positive changes in one’s self.  After surgery is complete, patients are anxious to return to normality and be able to enjoy these changes.  Many patients want to accelerate the recovery process, so they can return as quickly as possible to …

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