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Structural Integration is essentially a form of bodywork which focuses on the fascia, or connective tissue, of the human body. Fascia surrounds muscles, tendons, arteries, veins, vessels, and nerves, holding them together while letting others slip over each other effortlessly. It is what holds your organs in place and lets you move as a result. When structural integration happens it allows movement in a natural fashion, without the use of any muscles whatsoever. In fact, structural integration functions with muscles and is often known as"muscle mimicry."

There are lots of methods for structural integration, but basically, any experienced esthetician will have the ability to help you with a good version. First, you have to decide which area requires the most work, or where one or more muscles will need to be modified. For example, a cleft lip can often be fixed with a mixture of liposuction, tissue expansion, and revision fascia. Another popular technique is a neck lift which tightens skin to get rid of the bumpiness associated with loose skin. However, a facelift may also achieve similar results, depending on how much extra skin you need removed.

As soon as you've determined which procedure is ideal for you, there are a few things you need to know. First of all, be sure to have yourself examined by an aesthetician. While you're there, ask questions about the process and find out how experienced she is. As with any process, a terrible job may cause a bad outcome. Be sure your aesthetician is fully on board and understands the surgery you intend to get.

Another thing to know before undergoing structural integration is that it isn't a weight loss procedure. While it is going to make your face look visually improved (and it will!) It will do nothing to reduce or remove your fat. Also, structural integration cannot help people lose a lot of weight, so it is not something a patient who is just trying to eliminate extra fat should consider.

Once you've scheduled your surgery, it is important to think long and hard about whether you want to select the medication which will be prescribed after the procedure. Certain medications can have serious side effects, so it is always best to weigh the pros and cons before making a final decision. Discuss your medications with your physician. He or she knows your medical history and can advise you whether or not you should be taking particular medications. Your surgeon is likely to give you more information.

Lots of people worry about the after effects of cosmetic surgery. Rest assured, most cosmetic procedures are safe. Structural integration, however, can give you a range of risks, such as scarring, infection, delayed wound healing, or even permanent nerve damage. In fact, these risks are greater than with most other types of surgeries. So as to prevent these risks from arising, it is imperative that you choose an experienced, board-certified plastic surgeon with many years of experience performing this type of operation.

Before scheduling structural integration, it is a good idea to meet with your surgeon to discuss your targets. You may want to achieve a particular quantity of change or correction. You may also want to have a more even skin tone or decrease the prominence of a particular area. If you want a less invasive procedure, your physician may recommend liposuction instead. Discuss what your expectations are ahead of time so you will be well prepared when you go in for your treatment.

Before you choose cosmetic surgery, make sure you understand everything you're getting into. Be realistic about what you can expect before, during, and after the procedure. Take a look at before and after pictures to see exactly what you will be dealing with. Contact your surgeon if you have any queries.

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