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Microdermabrasion – Who is an Ideal Candidate?

April 07, 2010 @ 09:30 PM — by admin
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Are you a good candidate for microdermabrasion? This article reveals who is (and is not) ideally suited for this skin treatment. We encourage you to continue reading to learn more.

Introduction to Liposuction

February 25, 2010 @ 06:57 PM — by unknown
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Liposuction is often misunderstood. It is effective for removing fat, but it is absolutely not meant for everyone, and should only be used by individuals that will be able to get through the procedure safely.

Blepharoplasty (Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery) Information

February 25, 2010 @ 06:57 PM — by unknown
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Blepharoplasty, or cosmetic eyelid surgery, is a cosmetic surgery option that allows patients to rejuvenate the area around their eyes. The procedure can improve the appearance of puffy, droopy, or baggy eyelids.

Eyelid Surgery Melbourne

October 22, 2009 @ 04:57 PM — by SEO Admin
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Patients considering blepharoplasty should research the procedure as much as possible before their consultation to ensure that it is the surgery for them. This article contains answers to a number of frequently asked questions.

Tummy Tuck Melbourne

October 22, 2009 @ 04:45 PM — by SEO Admin
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Teach me something I didn’t know. I had no idea there were two types of tummy tucks. Read here to find out all about them.

Breast Reduction Melbourne

October 22, 2009 @ 04:44 PM — by SEO Admin
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This article discusses general information that candidates need to know about breast reduction surgery. This information includes pre-surgery procedures as well as what to expect after this kind of cosmetic surgery.

Types of Breast Implants

May 08, 2009 @ 05:14 PM — by unknown
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There are two basic types of breast implants currently available to consumers: silicone gel implants and saline implants. Both types of implants are contained within a silicone shell that can be either smooth or textured. Recently, some surgeons have begun to offer hybrid implants that contain both silicone and saline. Regardless of the type of implant a patient chooses, the shape, texture, and size of the implant can be customized to reflect a patient's individual body type and aesthetic goals. Breast Augmentation with Silicone Breast Implants Of the two most common types of breast implants, the most controversial by far has been the silicone gel implant. The safety of silicone gel implants was widely questioned, both within and outside of the medical community, leading the FDA to restrict their use within the United States. Recently, the FDA has found that, due partially to the improved construction of these implants, silicone gel implants are a reasonably safe option for women und

Four Reasons to Choose Plastic Surgery

February 14, 2009 @ 12:09 AM — by unknown
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Cosmetic surgery has recently been dramatically increasing in popularity, and for good reason. Plastic surgery is voluntary, and usually chosen for aesthetic reasons. Above all, plastic surgery offers a boost of self-confidence. There are many underlying reasons for undergoing plastic surgery as covered below. Aging Some plastic surgery procedures are designed to combat natural signs of aging. For example, the facelift is used to lift the skin that sags naturally as we age. Although aging has typically been associated with plastic surgery, today many young people are also opting for plastic surgery procedures. Weight Loss or Weight Gain Weight loss or weight gain, particularly associated with pregnancy, can take its toll on the body. Common procedures include a tummy tuck to reduce excess skin in the abdominal region, or breast augmentation to restore sagging breasts or those that have lost volume. Liposuction can be used to remove stubborn fat pockets that remain after significant

Skin Cancer Reconstruction - Get the Facts

January 14, 2009 @ 10:06 PM — by unknown
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As the harmful effects of skin cancer are treated, many patients are left with devastating, unsightly scars, or even changes in facial structure. Most reconstruction efforts happen concurrently with the actual treatment, so discussing all options with your doctor before treatment is integral to both your health and your appearance.There are many available methods to treat this disease, depending on your type of skin cancer, location of the affected area, and extent of the damage. Reconstruction does more than just remove the cancer. It can repair damaged tissue, smooth away scars, rebuild body parts and restore function, bringing you back to a healthy state and an attractive appearance. It is essential to involve a plastic surgeon in the treatment process to ensure minimal scarring. What Kind Of Results Can Be Expected With Skin Cancer Reconstruction? Since most skin cancers are removed through a surgical process, the most common benefits in reconstruction involve dramatic decreases
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