Cosmetic surgery includes dozens of different procedures that can change your appearance—from the shape of your nose to the size of your breasts. It can help boost your self-esteem or improve your body’s function after traumatic accidents or surgeries. Though cosmetic surgery is more popular now than ever, there’s a lot you may not know about this fascinating surgical specialty, its history, and how it’s changing today. The First Recorded Plastic Surgery Occurred in 600 B.C. In 600 B.C., a surgeon named Sushruta performed the first recorded plastic surgery in India. His notes carefully describe a rhinoplasty (nose job) surgery using skin from the cheek. His notes also describe other cosmetic procedures such as ear lobe surgeries and cleft lip repairs. Sushruta even describes using wine as an anesthetic and creating his own tools for surgical incision. Barbers Used to Perform Plastic Surgery Barbers—yes the people who cut your hair—used to serve as surgeons in medieval Europe. They would cut hair, pull teeth, remove skin lesions or ulcers, and even amputate limbs. Fortunately, surgery education become more formalized over time so that the two professions separated. The First Plastic Surgeons Were Certified in 1938 Plastic surgery first become recognized as …
When you think winter, you may not think plastic surgery. But the colder months may be the best time for making big changes to your body—especially if you want to do it discreetly.
Breast augmentation surgery is one of the most common plastic surgery procedures performed. With an experienced plastic surgeon like Dr. Rosenblum, it is a safe procedure with great results.
It’s no secret that quality is worth a little additional effort, that extra mile. How far would you travel for a quality tummy tuck plastic surgery procedure with amazing results? Would you drive to Richmond, D.C., or New York?
Hurricane Michael brought winds, rain, and colder temperatures-fall has officially arrived. For many reasons, this is considered the beginning of Breast Augmentation Season in Virginia Beach, and we’re happy to explain why.
You’ve no doubt heard of the Brazilian Butt Lift craze, but you may not yet be aware of the Virginian Butt Lift.
What is liposuction? Liposuction is a plastic surgery procedure in which excess fat is removed from almost any area of the body (stomach, arms, thighs, and more) by a qualified plastic surgeon in an accredited medical surgery suite. At Galardi/Rosenblum, our top-notch Virginia Beach plastic surgeons work with you to achieve the liposuction results you’ve dreamed of!
Rosenblum Plastic Surgery specializes in surgeries, treatments, and procedures that help our patients look as good as they feel. One of our most frequent complaints are around our patients’ chests, so we thought we’d answer some of your most common questions about the girls.
Freshen up your face with a lift from Galardi/Rosenblum Plastic Surgery in Virginia Beach, VA, at our accredited surgery suite just off of Shore Drive and Great Neck Road.
Going on vacation means taking lots of photos, from family portraits to selfies on the beach. Put your best face forward in every picture by getting a facelift before you get away this summer.
But if you can’t spend one more minute in the gym or face another day of eating just salads, it might be time to consider another way to get rid of stubborn fat: liposuction.
At Rosenblum Plastic Surgery Center in Virginia Beach we see patients of all ages, shapes, and sizes in our operating suite, accredited by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities.
Beach season in VA Beach will be here before we know it—are you ready for bikini weather?
Sometimes all the squats and lunges in the world can’t overcome the effects of years of gravity, body changes wrought by pregnancy or just plain old genetics. Sometimes no amount of muscle can tighten up, round out or lift your butt.
Rosenblum Plastic Surgery wants you to look — and feel — your best for the most romantic night of the year. Who will you be smiling, snuggling, and smooching with?
Changing your appearance is a very personal decision, especially when it affects the face you see in the mirror every morning.
If you have scheduled a liposuction procedure, fire up Netflix and take the following steps to ensure a great recovery.
At Rosenblum Plastic Surgery, our plastic surgery experts have years of experience performing facelifts and delivering natural, beautiful looking results.
Breast Augmentations, often referred to as boob jobs, are a common procedure with a manageable recovery time.
Your eyes are the window to not only your personality and soul, but are also a very telling sign of your age.
Do people often ask if you’re tired or sleepy? It must have something to do with your eyes.
You might’ve seen pictures of women who have undergone so much cosmetic surgery, they can barely move their face.
Some women undergo breast augmentation in Virginia Beach to achieve overall satisfaction and confidence with their looks. The procedure is only part of the effort, as patients need to know how to care for themselves to fully recover from the surgery. Dr. Rosenblum provides specific instructions to ensure a safe recovery from your breast augmentation. Here are some post-op care tips to follow: No Heavy Lifting or Any Strenuous Activity Most women would love to hit the gym to get back into shape and ensure their new bust goes well with the perfect body. Heavy lifting or any strenuous activity, however, is a big no-no for those who are recovering from their breast surgery. The body is still recuperating from the procedure, and working out will only add strain and impede recovery. Rest is Paramount Rest is important following surgery. When you lie down, make sure your chest and head are slightly elevated than your lower body. If you’re a side sleeper, use a soft pillow under your mid-back and shoulders for added comfort and support. You can stay in bed during the early stages of healing, but you still need to do light walking as a form of exercise. …
It’s no secret that liposuction removes stubborn fat. Everyone has extra fat here and there that they’d like to shed, and liposuction is a simple solution to those problem areas. But before you jump right in, here’s everything you need to know about liposuction. What’s the Procedure Like? Liposuction is minimally invasive. Incisions made into your skin are normally less than one inch in length. We’ll apply a solution to the skin to reduce bleeding and pain before the incision. Once done, Dr. Rosenblum will insert a tube into the skin to remove fatty cells and fat. The procedure is relatively quick compared to other plastic surgery procedures. You can resume most routine activities after a week. Should You Get It? Liposuction is beneficial to patients who are at or near their ideal weight, but have disproportionate deposits of fat that are resistant to dieting and exercise. The ideal candidates for liposuction are non-smokers who are generally in good health and have realistic expectations about its outcome. The procedure is also ideal for patients with good muscle tone and skin elasticity. If a patient has already loose, saggy skin or lost a significant amount of weight, liposuction may only worsen …
Undergoing breast reduction surgery is often life changing, resulting in personal satisfaction, health improvement, and significant happiness. Most women with large, heavy breasts are suffering from a medical condition called Macromastia. The symptoms are skin maceration, back and shoulder pain, and rashes between and underneath the breasts. Breast reduction normally solves these issues and improves the shape and size of your breasts. Here are some questions to know whether you’re a good candidate for breast reduction: Are Your Large Breasts Affecting the Quality of Your Life? We perform breast reduction surgery for different reasons. These include embarrassment due to large breasts, persistent back pain, and a lot more. If large breasts are severely hindering you from doing daily chores, then breast reduction is a viable option. Are You Doing the Surgery for Yourself? You should be getting the surgery for yourself and not to please someone else and fulfill their wishes and desires. This should be for your own good, not for someone else’s benefit. Once you’ve decided on the surgery, you can move forward and research on the procedure. Do You Have Realistic Expectations? You must be aware of the health risks and realistic expectations before undergoing any cosmetic …
Your skin changes with age. That’s about a lifetime of sun exposure, personal vices, and changes that happen with normal aging. As you get older, you’ll notice that your skin isn’t as tight or smooth as it once was. Even gravity plays a role. When the skin becomes less elastic, gravity makes eyebrows and eyelids sag. You can’t fight gravity, but there are factors that you can control. If time and money are on your side, here are proven innovations that are worth a trip to our office. Injectible Fillers: Juvederm, Perlane, Restylane When injected, fillers dramatically plump the skin for months. Research shows that fillers even help reverse aging by encouraging the skin to produce more collagen. Think of Restylane or Juvederm if you want to smoothen your nasolabial folds or plump your lips. Perlane, on the other hand, is a bit thicker and ideal for restoring volume in the hands, around the cheekbones, or along the jawline. You should know that Juvederm, Perlane, Restylane include licodaine to ease the pain of injection, but still stings. You may bruise and swell for about a day after an injection. Fraxel Laser Treatment The Fraxel laser boosts collagen, smoothes wrinkles, and …