Should You Have Breast Augmentation Done While Still Bearing Children?

Posted on: 24 March 2020
Breast augmentation surgery services can help you feel more confident in your body and give you back the fuller, more youthful breasts you've lost over time. If your breasts are just naturally smaller and less full than you'd like, breast augmentation can be beneficial in this regard as well. While breast augmentation is a great solution for many and provides beautiful results when done professionally, it's still a cosmetic procedure that requires special consideration.
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How To Get Around The Ten-Pound Liposuction Limit

Posted on: 23 January 2020
If you consult with a cosmetic surgeon, usually he or she will tell you that ten pounds is the maximum amount of weight they can remove from one area of the body. However, there are ways to get around this limit, if you ask about them, and if your surgeon is willing to follow suit. These loopholes in the fat removal surgery that everyone wants can help you remove more fat from areas where you do not want to carry that extra jiggle.
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What Patients Should Know About Cosmetic Botox Treatment

Posted on: 11 November 2019
Cosmetic Botox is an option that many people choose to deal with concerns about their skin. Patients often have questions about the cosmetic Botox treatment process. Let's examine 5 things that people should think about before they elect to do Botox. How Involved Is It?  Procedures involving Botox are almost always performed on an outpatient basis. In fact, many practices have been established where folks can schedule appointments at clinics. Each injection takes a couple of minutes at most, and doctors often can get patients in and out in less than a half-hour.
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What To Know About Botox

Posted on: 25 September 2019
Botox injections have become incredibly popular in recent years. With over 7 million procedures performed in 2018, Botox is the the most popular non-invasive cosmetic procedure available. This procedure uses a very diluted form of the botulinum toxin in order to temporarily block nerve signals to the muscles in which it is injected. It's mainly used to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face. If you are considering this cosmetic procedure, there are a few things that you should be aware of.
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