Not So Scary Plastic Surgery Night by Dr. Wigoda in Miami

Taking the boo out of your mind when it comes to improving your body.

October is known for scary things, and so is plastic surgery. Dr. Paul Wigoda, Fort Lauderdale award-winning plastic surgeon with critically acclaimed reviews is hosting a Not So Scary Plastic Surgery night that is taking the myth and mystery out of plastic surgery. And the pain too, with painless breast implant surgery.

Friday, October 29

6:00 to 7:00 p m

Dr. Wigoda at Me Day Spa – Miami Beach

1439-B Alton Rd

Miami Beach FL 33139

  • Celebrity plastic surgery nightmares – why they happened and how to avoid them
  • Beauty and breast – how to achieve perfect breasts with painless implant surgery
  • Boo to Botox scares – Why look like a wrinkly witch?
  • Double chins and big noses – How to not look like an evil step monster
  • No mask, just fillers – How fillers can be a safe alternative to a Halloween mask.

RSVP: To register, email [email protected] or call 305.534.6363.

Seating is limited and Dr. Wigoda will allow time for questions and answers at the end. Can’t make the live event? Follow the event on Twitter or Facebook.

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Paul Wigoda Reviews Spin Crowd Jonathan Chebin’s Zeltiq Liposuction

Last week, the popular E! reality TV show Command PR’s CEO Jonathan Cheban received Zeltiq liposuction.

Zeltiq liposuction, according to the Wall Street Journal, freezes the fat cells inside love handles and belly pouches, causing them to self-destruct over a period of time.

So how does Dr. Paul Wigoda feel about this expensive new lipo procedure? See the video for my thoughts on Zeltiq versus traditional liposuction.

For more information on Fort Lauderdale plastic surgery or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Paul Wigoda, visit http://www.doctorwigoda.com. Learn about South Florida plastic surgery news, updates and specials from The Aesthetics Institute by following @drwigoda on Twitter and  on Facebook.

One Month After Painless Breast Implant Surgery by Dr. Wigoda in Fort Lauderdale

Me less than a month at Painless Breast Implants

Me less than a month after Painless Breast Implant Surgery

You would never guess I had breast augmentation surgery one month ago if you looked at my schedule. I’ve been to Jupiter, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Virginia Beach, North Carolina’s Outer Banks, Chicago and San Francisco. Two concerts, a 4-day business conference and I started running on the treadmill last week.

My scars are barely noticeable and I feel like my new additions have always been part of my body. My implants are still sitting a little high on my chest, but they have dropped a little each day, so I think I am on track for the two to three months for overall results.

To Massage or not to Massage after Breast Implants?
When I run into girls who have breast implants and we share the common bond, everyone tells me to massage my breasts for best breast results. So that’s what I have been doing, and it helps!

I’ve been drinking lots of water and exercising more too.

What has changed since my painless breast implant surgery with Dr. Wigoda?

My bra size! I’m still wearing the sports bras and found the best selection at Sears and some sexy bandeau style bras without underwire by Calvin Klein at Macys.

My bra from Sears

My bra from Sears

My shirts, tops, blouses and pajama tops don’t fit the same: some fit better than others so I have had to start over with new stuff. Great excuse to go shopping, especially online on sites like Taigan.com. They are just a click away.

I wore a bikini top for the first time this weekend, which was exciting and invigorating. Confidence booster 100%.

What do you tell the kids about breast implants?
I was nervous what my eight-year-old daughter would think or say. But it was actually pretty easy. She did notice, but when she asked “why are mommy’s boobs bigger and what are those little cuts,” I told her it was like when girls get a different hair color or hair cut – sometimes, they might want a different boob size, bigger or smaller. She said, “Ohhhhhh!”
That was easy…and true!

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