Archive for the ‘ How We Feel After Cosmetic Surgery ’ Category

Dr. Niamtu Interviewed by British Media about the Ken and Barbie of Cosmetic Surgery

Justin and Pixie are names synonymous with extreme plastic surgery and are the self-proclaimed Ken & Barbie of cosmetic surgery. They are  both really humble, down to earth individuals and also they are both very intelligent. I look forward to seeing them every year at this meeting because they are sincere and fun. They are […]

Choosing a Caregiver for Cosmetic Surgery Recovery

The decision to have cosmetic surgery is a big one and involves much planning on the part of the surgeon’s office and patient life.  It is not a decision to rush into and experience has shown that patients that rush into surgery without the proper planning and details have more problems than patients that think […]

Cosmetic Facial Surgery and Recovery

Recovery after cosmetic facial surgery (like any surgery) is extremely variable. Some patients breeze through it and others get the wind knocked out of their sails.  There is really no predicting how one patient will recover versus another.  I have had extremely fit 40 year old triathletes that were sore, swollen, bruised and lethargic after […]

When all you have is looks; what happens when your looks are gone?

It is human nature to appreciate physical attributes.  Most people have some physical attribute, i.e. nice teeth, great hair, awesome breasts, big biceps that they are proud of.  Some people are really lucky and have it all; doesn’t it seem that college quarterbacks and cheerleaders always seem to? You can pretty much tell when someone […]

How We Feel After Cosmetic Surgery: Dr. Niamtu’s Tips for a Healthy Recovery

The recovery period after surgery varies from person to person, and of course, depends on the procedure you’re having and whether multiple procedures are being performed at the same time. The following graphics have been modified by me based on information that has been around for a while and I am not sure who originally […]