Body Rejuvenation through Surgical and Non-surgical Procedures
Rejuvenation of the female genital areas involves the process where the pelvic muscles are tightened to maintain or achieve proper elasticity of the muscles of the pelvic floor. The process can also be done with the aim of increasing the sensation of the genital areas other than tightening the muscles. Contraction of the pelvic muscles to allow for continence can be achieved once the pelvic muscles have been tightened. Tightening of the pelvic muscles allows for their relaxation ensuring that one is able to engage in activities such as urination, bowel movement, child bearing as well as coitus. Another benefit of pelvic muscles tightening is that the muscles are able to support organs in the abdominal area easily especially the bladder which needs to be maintained at its place. Most people who undertake their process may have had their pelvic muscles overstretched or become weak as a result of advancement in age or pregnancy and childbearing which overstretches the muscles. The process usually is done by removing the external muscles as well as making the supportive structures tighter to enhance comfort in the individual so as to restore the desired muscle tone.
The shape of the human body can be altered through the process of body contouring. One of the major process involved in body contouring is the reduction or elimination of excess skin and fats mostly in people who were previously obese and have lost weight. Some of the places where body contouring can be done includes upper arm, torso, thighs, and chest. Body contouring can be done using the surgical or non-surgical procedures. Low level laser therapy, suction massage, cytolysis, high frequency focused ultrasound and radiofrequency energy are some of the non-surgical procedures involved in body contouring. The surgical procedure is done under general anesthesia in three phases. Some of these surgical procedures that can be undertaken on the human body include arm lift, breast lift, stomach lift as well as the lower body lift.
In the past, it was hard to remove tattoos from ones body but it has been done possible through full or partial medication. Laser is the most common method of tattoo removal although there are other procedures such as dermabrasion, salabrasion, cryosurgery, excision as well as the use of trichloroacetic acid. Removal of tattoos can also be done where an unwanted tattoo is covered with another tattoo to hide it completely. One is usually recommended to use a darker tone of the new tattoo to hide it completely. Use of laser in tattoo removal is done by breaking down the ink particles used in the tattoo which will be fought by the body’s immune system to remove them. The patch that the laser leaves behind may be similar to that of a naturally faded skin or a patch left behind on the skin from sunlight exposure.