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Torsoplasty (Also Known as a Belt Lipectomy or a Body Lift) – A New Way to Revamp Your Body

Plastic surgery has been around for over a hundred years and has been growing exponentially more popular since the early 2000s. Procedures and techniques grow more advanced with each passing year and surgeons continue to find new ways to bring out the very best in their patients. One of the latest plastic surgery trends is …

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How Dermal Fillers Help Improve Your Overall Appearance

Your face begins to age right around the end of your twenties and continues to look progressively older over the next few decades. Your skin loses collagen and becomes less firm, gravity causes your skin to sag and lose volume, and you start to see wrinkles develop around your eyes, nose, and mouth. There are …

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Prominent Ears Can Be Helped With Otoplasty Surgery

A small portion of people have a genetic condition known as prominent ears. Individuals with this condition have ears that appear oversized and protrude unusually far from the head. This can cause the person to be a target for bullies and teasing. This condition develops around the age of 5 or 6, so adults with …

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Improve the Appearance of Your Skin With Dermabrasion

There are many factors that contribute to damaged or uneven skin, including sun exposure, aging, or injury. Combined, these things can give your skin a tired and rough appearance. Dermatologists and facial plastic surgeons have a number of ways to improve the look of your skin, one of which is dermabrasion. Dermabrasion involves removing the …

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Considering Revision Rhinoplasty? Here’s What You Need to Know

If you’ve had a rhinoplasty and are not happy with the results, you are probably considering a revision rhinoplasty to fix your nose. While the procedure is not uncommon, it does require some additional forethought and planning than a normal rhinoplasty usually. Check out our hints and suggestions below to help you get a nose …

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Choosing Between Your Tummy Tuck Options

When most people think of tummy tucks, they envision a surgeon using a hose to suck out all of their extra fat around their middle and then somehow smoothing out the skin so they can be skinny once again. This is a very broad generalization of how a tummy tuck is performed; in fact, this …

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Safe Travel Tips for After Surgery

Plastic surgery continues to become more and more popular in modern society, making an enormous amount of information available to people all over the world. Patients are now able to research procedures and doctors without ever scheduling an appointment. One of the results of this rising trend is that patients are choosing doctors who are …

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How to Decide Your Size When Getting New Breasts

Last year, breast augmentation was performed on almost 300,000 women and remains one of the most popular choices in cosmetic surgery. We’re here to help you with that process by providing some recommendations and a basic understanding of breast implants. Information on Implants You’ll hear doctors and media sources refer to implants as “cc” of …

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Labiaplasty – Why It’s Not What You Think

As the popularity of plastic surgery continues to rise, there has also been a major uptick in the number of women opting for genital cosmetic procedures. In the past decade, the number of women undergoing this type of surgery has tripled. Labiaplasty, also known as a labia reduction, has become especially popular. While this procedure …

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Rejuvenate Your Skin With Resurfacing Treatments

There are many things that contribute to an aged appearance in your skin. Exposure to UV rays through the sun or tanning beds, decreased collagen production, acne, alcohol consumption, and smoking are just a few. The results include wrinkles around your mouth and eyes, differences in skin pigmentation, uneven surfacing, and scarring. It is possible …

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