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Tummy tuck surgery (abdominoplasty) is an extremely very popular procedure in my practice. These surgeries are also incredibly rewarding to perform as they can, and do, have dramatic effects on a person’s self esteem and quality of life.
In 2017, there were 129,753 tummy tucks performed, up 2 percent from 2016, according to the latest statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Despite the meteoric rise of non-surgical body shaping and fat reduction systems on the market, tummy tucks are once again in the top five cosmetic surgical procedures after falling from the list in 2016. The renewed interest in tummy tucks is likely due to improved techniques and a better understan
You’ve sworn off carbs and mojitos, and have been hitting SoulCycle® with a vengeance all summer long. But sometimes that just isn’t enough. Sometimes, you need a little medical intervention. Liposuction is hard on the body at times, and recovery may take longer as you age. Luckily, liposuction has a new solution in town: HydraSolve™’s low-energy tissue liquefaction technology (TLT) is reinventing the nature of body contouring.
The system is an all-in-one console and sterile treatment kit that combines natural saline solution with low levels of pressure and temperature to liquefy targeted fat tissue by cell disaggregation, not by destroying cell membranes. Since your fatty tiss
Each year during October – National Breast Cancer Awareness month – there are numerous walks and runs for a cure, pink ribbons and all sorts of pink promotions to help raise money and awareness for breast cancer.
And all of these efforts seem to be making a difference. Fewer women are dying from breast cancer, largely because of advances in screening and treatment. In 2011, an estimated 230,480 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and about 39,520 women will die from the disease in 2011, according to the American Cancer Society.
Alongside with strides in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, there has been an increased acceptance of breast reconstruction as an option
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Despite the wave of celebrity moms who seem to bounce back to their size zero pre pregnancy shape with the aid of a team of trainers, personal chefs and nutritionists, most women in the real world are pretty distressed about the changes they experience after childbirth and breast feeding. No matter how hard you work at toning your body and staying fit, some changes post pregnancy are inevitable. Large breasts tend to sag, the areolas may enlarge, and the upper area often flattens out resulting in a loss of cleavage. Small breasts often seem to lose whatever volume was there before the baby. Hips can widen, the abdomen expands causing the muscle