It’s unusual to know someone who doesn’t have a problem with the size of their stomach or breasts, the tone of their hips or thighs, or the shape of their nose. Many people are unhappy with specific issues with their bodies. As a result, plenty of cosmetic and plastic surgery options are available to address such concerns. If you have more than one in mind, knowing how to combine procedures for transformative results is crucial.

Why Is it Wise to Combine Procedures?

When you combine different cosmetic procedures, it offers more transformative results than when you only have one. It allows multiple areas of the body or face to be worked on simultaneously, giving your treated areas more balance. 

Another notable benefit is that you can have a shorter recovery period when combining procedures. It is more cost-effective since you don’t have to pay double for services like anesthesia and various fees. You can enjoy the results of each surgery at around the same time.

What Procedures Can You Combine?

When combining procedures, they must be performed in the same general areas. For example, if you are unhappy with your breasts, you might want a breast augmentation with implants and breast lift surgery. Or, if your stomach is your problem area, you can get liposuction and a tummy tuck to get a slimmer, tighter figure.

Cosmetic surgery procedures that address the face, such as facelift, neck lift, and brow lift, are commonly performed together. Although combining procedures is safe, it’s advised that facial and bodily surgeries are not performed together.

Why Should You Avoid Combining Facial and Bodily Procedures?

Combining facial and bodily plastic surgery procedures are commonly avoided for various reasons. One, it puts too much stress on the body when you need to recover from both. The face and body are drastically different areas, so you will want to aim for more than one surgery in the same general area. Suppose you ultimately decide you want to change the appearance of your face after having bodily surgery. In that case, it’s best to do it after fully healing from bodily plastic surgery.

There may also be issues with anesthesia. It’s better to be safe rather than sorry and keep the procedures separate. The doctor can discuss these concerns at your consultation.

Choose a Board-Certified Surgeon

No matter which cosmetic or plastic surgery procedures you’re interested in, choosing a board-certified plastic surgeon with the experience to perform them is crucial. Board-certified plastic surgeons have all the credentials to ensure that you are in good hands and that your surgery will be safe.

Schedule a Consultation

If you are in or around the Troy, Michigan, area and wish to combine procedures, contact Trupiano Plastic Surgery to schedule a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. John Trupiano at your earliest convenience.


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