Tis the season for giving! But when it comes to finding the perfect gift for that special someone who has it all, the joy of gift giving can often feel like a chore. Unless of course, “having it all” includes wrinkles, crow’s feet, and frown lines.
In that case, we have got you covered with a Holiday gift card from Kaufman ! The perfect gift for the guy or gal in your life who has it all—a new and refreshed look for the New Year! Contact us online or stop into the office to order your gift card in any dollar amount.
So what are a few procedures and products that you may want to consider for your special someone and exactly how much should you put on the gift card to cover or largely contribute to the overall expense?
Like any cosmetic procedure, seeing beautiful results after your breast augmentation depends on a number of different factors, most of which are unique to your individual physique. This complexity can make figuring out the perfect implant size and shape quite a challenge. For example, a 350 cc implant on a woman with a tall, slender build can look very different from breast implants of the same size on a woman who’s shorter and curvier.
Because this process is so customized, women used to be entirely reliant on the guidance of their plastic surgeons when it came to choosing implant size. While this isn’t always a bad thing—after all, surgical expertise is a must for the best outcome—it is helpful when the doctor and individual interested in the augmentation,
The old adage goes “beauty is pain,” and never before have I considered this saying to be applicable to men, until the last few years. Our society is a place where attractiveness and vitality are increasingly held in high regard and for that reason, the number of aesthetic procedures for men continue to grow year over year. For example, between 1997 and 2012, procedures among men increased more than 100%. Even more, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, in 2013 men accounted for 13% of all procedures performed. Obviously, women are still responsible for the majority, but men are progressively making up a greater amount of the total.