Category Archives: Surgical Procedures

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Music Reduces Anxiety for Reconstructive Surgery Patients

It’s no surprise that listening to your favorite music can instantly improve your mood, but research now suggests that music can also improve your surgical experience. According to new study, the soothing power of music may help to reduce anxiety for patients undergoing reconstructive surgery.Researchers led by Dr. Hazim Sadideen at the Department of Plastic …

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Gain a Newfound Self-Confidence with a Breast Reduction

Breast surgery is among the most requested cosmetic procedures in the United States, with reductions representing approximately seven percent of all breast procedures. If you have large breasts and are curious about your surgical options, a breast reduction may be just the solution you need. Reasons to Consider Reduction The first and most obvious reason …

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Blepharoplasty – Eye Lift Procedure Connecticut

A person’s eyes make a strong first impression. If your eyelids have fine lines and are sagging, this gives the appearance of fatigue and age. To rejuvenate your eyelids and look more youthful, come in for a blepharoplasty!Also known as an eye lift, a blepharoplasty is used to remove excess skin tissue, fat deposits, and …

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New Study Reveals Liposuction May Increase Stomach Fat for Sedentary Patients

Liposuction results in rapid fat loss, prompting thousands of people to seek out liposuction each year. But according to a new study, abdominal liposuction may put you at a higher risk for gaining unhealthy fat – if you’re sedentary. The study, published by Brazilian researchers at the University of Sao Paulo, found that women who …

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According to New Study, Facelift Surgery Makes Patients Appear 7 Years Younger

A new study released in the Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, suggests that facelift surgery can make patients appear up to 7 years younger than their actual age.The study, which was conducted by researchers at the University of Toronto, Canada and NorthShore University Health System in Evanston, Illinois, enlisted the help of first-year medical student …

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