3 Tips For A Smooth Recovery After Tummy Tuck Surgery

Posted on: 5 September 2018

Not being satisfied with the way your body looks can be very disheartening. Luckily though, tummy tuck surgery can drastically improve your appearance and give you the body you have always dreamed about having. Here are some tips to help ensure that your recovery goes as smoothly and quickly as possible. 1) Eat A Healthy Diet Eating a healthy diet after an abdominoplasty or tummy tuck is extremely important for a few different reasons.
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Is Breast Augmentation For You? 3 Things To Keep In Mind

Posted on: 26 July 2018

If you are unhappy with the size, shape, and profile of your breasts, breast augmentation surgery may be the right option for you. Breast augmentation uses an implant in order to change the shape and size of your breasts. It's a very common procedure. In fact, breast augmentation is the most popular invasive cosmetic procedure, with over 300,000 procedures performed in 2017. If you are considering this cosmetic procedure, here are three things that you should keep in mind.
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Has Your Dad's Upper Eyelid Droop Begun To Affect His Quality Of Life?

Posted on: 29 June 2018

Over time, the muscles and ligaments that hold eyelids in place can slowly weaken due to factors such as advancing age. While a mild drooping eyelid may appear to be little more than a cosmetic inconvenience, progressively weakening muscles and skin can cause it to interfere with your father's ability to see clearly. Once your father's quality of life is compromised, it is time to take action. Now that he's agreed to eyelid surgery, you can use these tips to help him prepare for the procedure.
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The Use Of PRP Therapy As It Relates To Cosmetic Procedures

Posted on: 10 June 2018

PRP, or "platelet-rich plasma," is a relatively new therapy. Platelets are responsible for fighting off infection and helping your body heal. When people donate blood or plasma, platelets are removed and then used to create platelet-rich plasma. Doctors then inject PRP back into patients with muscle, tendon, ligament, or bone issues. The PRP therapy these patients receive allows them to heal much faster than just rest and medication alone.  Now, PRP therapy is being used in conjunction with some cosmetic procedures.
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