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Tumescent Liposuction – Body-Contouring Technique Beverly Hills

Tumescent Liposuction – Body-Contouring Technique Beverly Hills

If you have stubborn fat that you just can’t seem to get rid of no matter how hard you try, it’s time for a new solution: tumescent liposuction! This body-contouring procedure is perfect for reducing excess fat.

Tumescent liposuction is unique in that it features the use of tumescent fluid. Tumescent fluid has lidocaine and epinephrine, both of which are very helpful when performing the liposuction procedure.

The lidocaine in tumescent fluid is a local anesthetic, meaning it will numb the tissues for the surgery. This procedure often times requires little or no sedation.

The epinephrine in the fluid is a way to lessen bleeding during the procedure. When this neurotransmitter is injected, it causes the capillaries to constrict, which may decrease bruising and swelling.

Learn more about tumescent liposuction and your options during a consultation with Dr. Geoffrey Keyes. A skilled double-board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Keyes is your best choice for effective body sculpting. Arrange a complimentary consultation – contact us today!

For more information on the surgical and non-surgical procedures and treatments by Double Board Certified Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Geoffrey R. Keyes, please contact us at (800) 859-7509. Offices in Beverly Hills and Bakersfield, CA. 

Serving Greater Los Angeles, Orange County and surrounding areas of California.

Male Breast Reduction – Beverly Hills Surgical Techniques

Male breast reduction to reduce the volume may be done in two ways: liposuction and surgical excision. Sometimes a combination of the two procedures is necessary. The choice between these techniques will be based on the composition of your male breasts.

Men whose breasts are mostly fatty tissue will benefit from liposuction. With a cannula, we are able to suction out the excess fatty tissue and contour the chest and may give a more masculine appearance.

Patients with an excess of glandular breast tissue will need a different technique. This involves removing the extra glandular tissue through direct excision or using a scalpel.

With removal of glandular tissue, sometimes it may be necessary to remove excess loose skin at the same time in order to give the chest a tighter appearance.

If you have gynecomastia and would like to come in for a male breast reduction procedure, contact our office and schedule a complimentary consultation. Double-board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Geoffrey Keyes will answer any questions you may have.

 

For more information on the surgical and non-surgical procedures and treatments by Double Board Certified Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Geoffrey R. Keyes, please contact us at (800) 859-7509. Offices in Beverly Hills and Bakersfield, CA. 

Serving Greater Los Angeles, Orange County and surrounding areas of California.

Restylane Treatments – Hyaluronic Acid Beverly Hills

Restylane treatments are injections used to fill in lines and wrinkles in the face. The aging process can be harsh on the skin; with this injectable, we offer a solution.

Restylane is in the family of dermal fillers known as hyaluronic-acid fillers. Hyaluronic acid, a substance naturally found in the tissues, attracts water molecules and provides volume.

Synthetic hyaluronic acid is the main ingredient in Restylane. It is biocompatible with the body’s natural hyaluronic acid, and it is quite useful as a supplement for skin that has lost its natural hyaluronic acid with age.

Dr. Geoffrey Keyes is an experienced double-board-certified plastic surgeon serving the Beverly Hills area. Find out more about Restylane treatments and wrinkle reduction – contact our office and set up a complimentary consultation.

Scar Revision – Keloid Scars Beverly Hills

Prominent scars mar the skin and draw unwanted attention. We offer scar revision techniques to lessen the appearance of many types of scars. One common scar type is the keloid scar.

Keloid scars form after a person has sustained smaller wounds. As the scar tissue forms, the scar grows past the borders of the initial injury area. This is a key difference between keloid scars and another common scar type, the hypertrophic scar. Keloid scars are also more likely to form when a patient has a family history of this scar type.

Speak with Dr. Geoffrey Keyes, an experienced double-board-certified plastic surgeon, to learn more about keloid scars and our scar revision techniques. After an evaluation of your scar, we can recommend the ideal solution for you. Arrange a complimentary consultation by contacting us today.