It’s bathing suit season, one of the most stressful times of the year. But it doesn’t have to be. Cosmetic surgery can give you the contours and shape perfect for summer. Whether it’s fuller breasts, thinner thighs or a flatter abdomen, Dr. Alan Greenberg and North Texas Cosmetic Surgery can help get you summer ready.
So what type of bathing suits are best for your new shape?
Many women, after breast augmentation, look for bathing suits that showcase their new figure. Regardless if a one-piece or two-piece bathing suit, there are several options.
Don’t be fooled by the image of your mother’s 1970s one-piece. Today’s one-piece bathing suits are sophisticated, stylish and sexy. In fact, many one-piece bathing suits provide great cleavage and support.
If it’s a two-piece you want, look for halter-top bikinis. Halter tops are a great choice if you want to show a little cleavage, but still need support. Try to find one that ties around the neck, allowing you to adjust as needed. Depending on the size of the breast implant, it may be best to get a bikini that allows you to order the top and bottom sizes separately. This way, you’re sure to find the perfect fit.
Liposuction in the thigh area can give you a thinner, more contoured look. To lengthen the legs even more, try bathing suits that have gathered sides and adjust them slightly higher. Another trick is to order separates. A solid bottom with a printed top draws the eyes upward, giving you a longer look.
Abdominal liposuction or lipoabdominoplasty also create the contours you desire. To show off your flatter, more contoured abdomen, try embellishments at the hips like rings, ruffles, bows or even a drop-waist belt.
Dr. Greenberg can perform these cosmetic procedures in office using tumescent local anesthesia, an “awake” anesthesia associated with fewer risks, a faster recovery and decreased costs. Contact Dr. Greenberg’s office about the advantages of tumescent anesthesia with breast augmentation, liposuction, lipoabdominoplasty and other cosmetic procedures.