Changing The Shape Of Your Body When Diet & Exercise Fail You
You Have Options
Changing Your Shape Is Easier Than you Think
Dedicated to the whole health, Dr. Henry Ramirez, understands that your body image has a big impact on who you see yourself as in the community, business world and in your relationships. The Southern Oklahoma Women's Health team can customize a plan for you including weightloss when it is appropriate. But for those hard to manage spots that are not reduced with diet and exercise, we have other options, such as FaceTite for the jaw & neck, BodyTite Liposuction, Tummy Tuck Abdominoplasty, Breast Augmentation and the Brazilian Butt Lift. Dr. Ramirez has researched each and every procedure to give you the best outcome for the most minimal treatment.
FaceTite is a minimally-invasive contouring solution for the face and small areas of the body. This is a safe, effective and exciting treatment that offers patients significant aesthetic changes for the jawline, chin, under eye, eyelids and neck. FaceTite is powered by RFAL technology three-dimensional remodeling of the tissue. It is the next best thing to a facelift. Built-in safeguards, including real time measurements of skin and fat temperature, impedance monitoring, power cut-off and audible feedback, help ensure patient safety. Learn More...
BodyTite is the first FDA-approved device to reduce fat and sculpt the body by removing while shrinking and tightening skin tissue at the same time. Because Dr. Ramirez uses a hand held device to target fat zones, it can selectively spot reduce areas that you have been unable to reduce with diet and exercise. It produces similar results to more invasive surgical liposuction or but with no scars or significant downtime. The patient is made comfortable during the procedures with local sedation and will see results within a week to six months. Our patients marvel at their results. This procedure is suitable for the arms, legs, tummy, back, bra area, knees, love handles and more. Men who suffer from gynecomastia (male breast tissue) are often good candidates for this treatment. Learn More Now
Choosing to have a breast enhancement is a very personal decision. Many women feel self conscious about being "out of proportion" with a smaller upper body. Other women never fully developed breast tissue, or developed irregular tissue that left them with an abnormal breast shape. Some women find that childbirth leaves their breast tissue deflated and shapless. No matter what the reason, small or irregular breast tissue is something you can change. Dr. Ramirez studied with some of the best surgeons in the country to specialize in a technique to give patients the very best shape, healing and look with minimal scaring. Learn More Now
Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)
An Abdominoplasty, or Tummy Tuck, is a cosmetic procedure that flatten the tummy by surgically removing excess fat and skin. It also tightens muscles that may have been weakened, most commonly by childbirth. Candidates generally complain about the pockets of fat and lose skin that have not responded to diet and exercise, and may also have some "droop" due to muscle seperation in the center of the tummy. Women who are planning to have more children or anyone planning on losing a significant amount of weight should wait before undergoing an abdominoplasty. This procedure is also commonly performed for patients who have lost a significant amount of weight (50 pounds or more) or those who have carried many pregnancies, or who have carried multiples. Learn more about this procedure...
Brazilian Butt Lift
The desire to have a larger bottom is becoming more popular, with the number of so-called Brazilian Butt Lifts has more than doubled in the last five years. Many people have a BBL for aesthetic purposes, but some choose it after losing lots of weight, serious disfigurement after an accident or trauma or bodily shape problems, such as holding up trousers. The procedure involves taking fat from areas of the body where it is not wanted and transplanting it into the glutes. The volume of fat is also important. Most surgeons consider 300ml – slightly less than a regular can of soda – to be a safe amount. Learn More...