Your big day is just around the corner! If only you can just get rid of those love handles or maybe make your skin look flawless and smoother come wedding day. Fret not! Dr. Steven Wallach of the Aesthetic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in New York understands how looking your best is a priority on the day you exchange vows. Here’s a look at some of the procedures you can have for a wedding makeover — from Manhattan Botox sessions to the more invasive procedures such as liposuction and breast enhancement surgeries.
Botox, Injectables, and Fillers
If you still have a couple weeks before the big day, consider getting Botox and facial fillers so you can get rid of wrinkles and frown lines. Dr. Wallach recommends that you give yourself 2 to 3 weeks for the procedure so you will have time for re-injections if the situation calls for it and have enough time for the swelling and bruising to go away.
For baggy skin just under the eyelids, a full facelift or eyelid procedure may just do the trick. However, you need to give yourself a few months to recover so this should be thought of in advance. Dr. Wallach performs several facelift techniques depending on the type of results you’re after.
So you still have those pockets of fat in your hips, buttocks, ankles, and upper arms which do not seem to go away? Dr. Wallach suggests liposuction so you can look good in that wedding dress as well as appear stunning in your bikini during your honeymoon! Keep in mind that you you may have to devote a month or two for the bruising and swelling to go away.
Tummy Tuck, Arm Lift, and Lower Body Lift
After losing significant weight, you will most likely end up with excess flab and skin. This is where body contouring surgeries such as tummy tucks, arm lifts and lower body lifts are recommended by Dr. Wallach. By having these procedures, you do not have to worry about sagging arms on your wedding day!
Your New York Wedding Makeover
For more information on how to go about your wedding makeover in New York, contact our Manhattan office at (212) 861-6400 or by mail at 1049 5th Avenue, Suite 2D in New York, NY 10028. You can also fill out this contact form to request additional details. We look forward to hearing from you!