Cosmetic Surgeons can reshape the appearance of body parts through cosmetic surgery. Some of the most common body parts people want to improve through surgery include
Breasts: Increase or reduce the size of breasts or reshape sagging breasts - Ears: Reduce the size of large ears or set protruding ears back closer to the head
Eyes: Correct drooping upper eyelids or remove puffy bags below the eyes - Face: Remove facial wrinkles, creases or acne scars
Hair: Fill in balding areas with one's own hair - Nose: Change the shape of the nose - Tummy: Flatten the abdomen - Spider Veins or Varicos Veins - Sclerotherapy
Botox ™ Injections - Facelift - Mini Facelift, Weekend Facelift, or Derm Abrasion
Restylane ™ Injections - Please Call for a Consultation 877-707-2277
Soft Tissue Implants or Collagen Injections - Hair Removal or Reduction - Scar Removal or Improvements - Laughlines - Birthmarks and Tatoos
Age Spots - Facial Resurficing - Chemical Peel - Liposuction - Breast Augmentation - Facelift
About Texas: As of 2000, six incorporated places in Texas have populations greater than 500,000, two of which are global cities: Dallas and Houston. Texas has the most cities, three, with populations exceeding 1 million: Dallas, Houston, San Antonio. These three rank among the 10 largest cities of the United States. Austin, Fort Worth, and El Paso rank among the top 25 largest U.S. cities. Texas has a total of 25 metropolitan areas, with four having populations over 1 million (Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio and Austin) and two over 5 million. Three interstate highways – I-35 to the west (Dallas-Fort Worth to San Antonio, with Austin in between), I-45 to the east (Dallas to Houston), and I-10 to the south (San Antonio to Houston) forms the Texas Urban Triangle region. The region contains most of the state's largest cities and metropolitan areas, as well as nearly 75 percent of Texas's total population.
In contrast to the cities, Texas has rural, unincorporated settlements called colonias which often lack basic infrastructure and are marked by poverty. As of 2007, Texas had at least 2,294 colonias, located primarily along the state's 1,248-mile (2,008 km) border with Mexico. Texas has the largest concentration of people, approximately 400,000, living in colonias.