Monthly Archives: June 2011

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Is Plastic Surgery OK at Any Income?

As plastic surgery gains more acceptance and popularity, its cost still serves as a hurdle for many Americans. However, a new survey by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery shows a growing number of people at every income level now approve of plastic surgery. Last month's report shows that almost half (48%) of respondents …

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Implant Size: What’s Right for You?

Breast Augmentation surgery enables a woman to choose the breast size that will best suit her particular needs. And “how big to go” is not an easy decision. Women today have more options than ever before in choosing comfortable, safe, natural-looking implants. Your first step should be to schedule a consultation with Dr. Michael Cohen. …

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The Non-Cosmetic Benefits of a Breast Reduction

We've told you about the remarkable impact breast reduction surgery can have on the health and comfort of smaller-framed women. And now, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons have presented evidence that women of all sizes can reduce their risk of back problems with this procedure. Evidence presented at ASPS conference in October 2009 shows …

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Tummy Tucks: When Dieting Isn’t Enough

With more and more Americans losing ever larger amounts of weight, abdominoplasty has become an essential end to many diets. That’s because, despite the strictest diet and exercise programs, many people aren’t able to firm the skin around the abdomen. Others have loose abdominal skin following a heavy weight loss or pregnancy. That’s when abdominoplasty …

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Liposuction, Arm Lifts, and Thigh Lifts Improve Sagging

Aging and massive weight loss can have drastic effects on the elasticity of skin cells and how fat is stored and lost. Unfortunately, exercise and diet alone won’t be able to trim and tighten everything that you’d like. In many cases, cosmetic surgery is the only option to reverse the effects of time and physical …

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Silicone Breast Implants Are Back

In November 2006, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) approved silicone gel-filled breast implants for women ages 22 and older. Although silicone implants are used widely abroad, they were pulled from the U.S. market in 1992 on concerns that ruptured or leaking implants could lead to various diseases. New research, however, indicates that silicone …

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Diary Of An Eye Job

Hear first hand about a patient's blepharoplasty experience performed at Belcara Health. By Debra Stone As Published in The Baltimore Sun I’ve never been one to eat peas. As a child, my mother insisted I finish my vegetables, so I swallowed peas like pills with my iced tea. How to explain that I now find …

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New Nose, New Face – The Popularity of Rhinoplasty

By American Health and Beauty Rhinoplasty, or the nose job, is one of the most common and widely known of all cosmetic procedures. But why is it so darn popular? Reconstructive nose surgery, commonly referred to as rhinoplasty, has existed in theory and practice in some form for centuries. However, modern rhinoplasty procedures, which began …

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Professionals Seek Plastic Surgery

(HealthNewsDigest.com) - The weak economy is having a trickle down effect into every facet of our lives. Plastic surgeons are seeing an increase in the number of people interested in having cosmetic surgery to improve their appearance and take off the years of hard work and stress that has become so visible. The circumstance driving …

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