Combine Your Cosmetic Surgeries in Houston to Enhance Your Results!

Combine Your Cosmetic Surgeries in Houston to Enhance Your Results!

03rd Jun 2013

Sometimes 2 is better than 1.  Such may be the case when it comes to Houston cosmetic surgeries. Results can be way better when surgical and/or minimally invasive procedures are paired and combined. So when exactly should you partner up two cosmetic procedures? Find out below!

Understanding Invasive and Noninvasive Procedures

If you’re still new to the the cosmetic surgery scene, you may not be that familiar yet with which procedure could be classified as invasive and noninvasive respectively.

  • Invasive Cosmetic Surgeries – procedures which involve opening the skin through an incision. Examples include tummy tucks, breast augmentation, liposuction, facelifts, and nose jobs.

  • Noninvasive Cosmetic Surgeries – procedures which do not involve incision such as laser treatments, Botox, and dermal fillers.

Advantages of Combining Houston Cosmetic Procedures

  • Combining procedures will further enhance the results of one cosmetic procedure. Take the results of a facelift for example. An eyelid lift could actually enhance the results of a facelift creating a more youthful appearance when the two procedures are combined.

  • Combining procedures will shorten recovery times. You get to recover from two procedures at the same time rather than recovering from two procedures at two separate times.

  • Two procedures done together may also help you save on plastic surgery costs.  You would only be paying for the anesthesia and operating room costs once.

Making the decision to combine plastic surgeries is a personal one. However, a thorough discussion of your plastic surgery goals with Dr. Cortés will significantly help address your concerns and see if more than one procedure at a time is right for you.

Fill out this contact form to schedule an appointment with Dr. Cortés via email. You can also call us at (713) 234-6244. Together,  we will review your goals, expectations, and medical history to advise you regarding the different existing options and provide you with the highest quality care.

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