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Aguiar Plastic Surgery & Medical Spa Tampa : Breast Augmentation Tampa FL
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Guess what? Someone is going to WIN a 30 day supply of #skinade. ($150 value) Here are the rules. You must live in the continental US. Product cannot be shipped out of the lower 48.
BEFORE midnight on October 29th, you must do the following things.
1. Go to our Facebook page and "Like" the page.
2. Share this post with #aguiarplasticsurgery & #skinade in post.
3. Comment on the FB post with sentence "I give permission to be listed as Skinade winner on all social media platforms."
Winner will be selected at random on October 30th. Once selected and contacted, winner must provide shipping info within 24 hours or another winner will be selected at random.
Prize is 30 days of Skinade ($150 value) and cannot be substituted for any other product or service. No cash value. Product cannot be returned.
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Once the implants are in place, the incisions are closed with a suture that absorbs (no sutures to remove) and covered with a special sterile tape that helps hold the incisions together. If a patient is allergic to medical adhesives, then a skin glue will be used on the surface. Dr. Aguiar and staff then put on the post surgical bra and the patient is taken off anesthesia. All of this takes place in 60 mins or less. Patients are then moved to recovery and often wake up from surgery and often ask "when will I have my surgery?" When the nurse says, "your surgery is over," their response is, "that was so fast!"
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The implant and pocket is then rinsed with a bacitracin solution and placed into the pocket made. This is then done on the other breast.
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It's very difficult for the average person to understand what doctor is qualified to do cosmetic procedures. Dr. Aguiar talks about how the hospitals make sure the doctor is qualified to do those procedures.
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Thinking of having plastic or cosmetic surgery? Dr. Aguiar and Jennifer have a series called "12 Things You Should Know Before Having Plastic Surgery." Here is #1. Enjoy!
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Once the implants are out of the box (still in sterile container) Dr. Aguiar changes is surgical gloves to a new set of sterile gloves. The surgical assistant then peels off the top of the implant container. At this point the implant has not been touched by anyone or anything. With his new sterile gloves, Dr. Aguiar removes the implant from the sterile container and he is the ONLY one that touches the implant from this point on.
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Next Dr. Aguiar uses his sterile fingers to feel every part of the implant pocket. He wants to make sure that all the surfaces are smooth and most important, that there is no bleeding. Did you know that there is very little blood loss during his breast augmentation surgery? Due to his non-traumatic technique, less than 10 cc of blood will be lost. When you do your pre-op labs, there will be more blood loss for the tests than actually in the surgery.
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In this surgery, the incision was made under the breast (aka inframmamory fold). This is and excellent place for an incision as there is direct visualization of exactly where the implant pocket needs to be made. In this surgery, Dr. Aguiar is using an non-traumatic technique to make the implant pocket under the muscle. He utilizes the natural attachments of the muscles to for a gentle dissection. In this picture he is utilizing a lighted retractor to see into the implant pocket.
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You may be wondering what those funny glasses are Dr. Aguiar is wearing. They are called LOOPS. Most surgeons wear LOOPS when operating. Dr. Aguiar's are customized to provide magnification that is perfect for him. Did you know that in some surgeries, he uses sutures that are smaller than a human hair?
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Now it is time to "suit up" in a sterile gown and gloves. Dr. Aguiar has over 20 years of experience working in a sterile field. And he has eyes everywhere to make sure everyone on the surgical team maintains the sterile field at all times.
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