What is it about your face that makes you look old? It can be hard to pinpoint. If you look at a photograph of yourself today and compare it with a photograph of yourself five years ago, you may only see subtle differences. However, if you compare yourself with a photo from 10 years ago, …Read More
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Yearly Archives: 2013
Deciding on the best cosmetic procedure for your needs can quickly move from passive browsing to painstaking research. Should you get a surgical facelift or tighten your skin with a laser? Is liposuction the answer, or would it be more effective to freeze your fat cells? These are the type of questions plaguing cosmetic surgery …Read More
When you look at photographs or study your reflection in the mirror, you are mostly happy with what you see. There is only one area that you would like to improve. It’s your bust. You feel like it is lacking. Whether you think that your breasts are not in the right proportion with the rest …Read More
A recent ABC News report shares the story of Kim Sport, a woman who is sharing her breast cancer and breast reconstruction experiences with other women. She had her mastectomy and breast reconstruction procedures done at the same time and says she couldn’t be happier with her results. Commenting on her reconstruction surgery experience, Sport …Read More
Removal of Fat Cells May Affect Appetite in the Long Term For many people, a tummy tuck can lead to “significant and lasting weight loss,” according to a study in the latest issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®. According to Dr. Rex Edward Moulton-Barrett, the results may be caused by increased feelings of satiety after …Read More
Plastic surgery is a combination of science and art. In order to achieve the desired results, a plastic surgeon must understand the medical science behind how the part of the body they are working on functions. This is especially important when it comes to the face. The smallest adjustment can create noticeable positive results. Dr. …Read More
Beards and mustaches are not just the fashion statement of the moment for men here in New Haven, they also offer sun protection and support a man’s skin health. Men in Australia have a high risk for skin cancer. At the country’s University of Queensland, researchers wanted to know the level of sun protection provided …Read More
Approximately 1 in 8 American women will develop breast cancer within her lifetime. Following a mastectomy, breast reconstruction is a vital component to the recovery process. While the Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act (1998) mandates that insurance companies, group health plans and health maintenance organizations cover the costs of breast reconstruction following a mastectomy, …Read More
Thighplasty treatment is a popular procedure, and it serves as an effective form of leg contouring. If you don’t like the look of your thighs, then you might want to think about getting this procedure. To be a good candidate, you should have poor skin elasticity in your thighs. Thighplasty can also help you if …Read More