Your initial consultation is your opportunity to discuss your concerns and ask questions about the treatments that may help you reach your goals. It gives your plastic surgeon an opportunity to provide you with honest answers and useful information that can help you decide if a procedure is right for your needs.
Are you happy with the appearance of your skin? Dr. Fata offers a full range of nonsurgical cosmetic treatments that are ideal for summertime rejuvenation. If you are dissatisfied with the way age, environment, and genetics have impacted your skin, we welcome an opportunity to meet with you, listen to your concerns and assess your problem areas, to help you select the treatment that will best meet your needs.
Our Nonsurgical Treatment Options
Popular nonsurgical cosmetic treatments available at Renaissance Plastic Surgery include:
Diastasis is the medical term for separation. Recti refers to the rectus abdominis – the vertical muscles most commonly called "abs." Diastasis recti is the separation of these muscles – an issue common during pregnancy or periods of rapid weight gain.
Diastasis recti may produce a bulge or “pooch” in the center of the abdomen. It may also contribute to:
Dissatisfaction with specific parts of the body is not unique to the adult experience. Perhaps compelled by social media and constant exposure to “influencers” and other “beautiful people,” more and more teens are beginning to consider – and seriously inquire about – the possibility of plastic surgery. The pressure to be perfect in the Age of the Selfie can be profound, and this is something teens and young adults often feel intensely.
The information throughout the Renaissance Plastic Surgery Center of Indianapolis, Indiana website is not intended to be taken as Cosmetic surgery advice. The information throughout this cosmetic surgery web site is intended to provide general information regarding plastic surgery in Indianapolis and Carmel, Indiana. If you are interested in cosmetic surgery in the Indiana area, contact Dr. Joseph Fata, M.D. today.This website is not intended for viewing or usage by European Union citizens.