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Weight Loss Surgery Surge is Fueling Plastic Surgery Trend

Weight loss surgery has been on the rise the past several years. The rise in bariatric surgery has caused the plastic surgery procedures, such as tummy tuck, thigh lift, upper arm lift and breast lift surge. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) 2014 report shows that procedures associated with massive weight loss have the fastest growth rate in four…

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New Year, New You: 7 Tips for a Better 2018

It is a new year, so let’s start this new chapter of your life with changes to lead to a healthy lifestyle. The most efficient way to improve your personal health and fitness goals is incremental changes. Here are the tips for implementing lifestyle changes: Get Moving – Make a habit of being active and use an activity tracker to…

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Breast Implant Displacement

Breast Implant Malposition Your breast implant may slide from its original and desired position right after your surgery or gradually after surgery. The implant displacement can be more noticeable if you are lying on your back. Breast Implant Malposition Classified by its Movement Direction: The implant can move outward and / or even fall into your armpits, known as lateral…

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Botched Plastic Surgery – Repair, Revise and Fix Surgery

Plastic, cosmetic, and aesthetic procedures are meant to give people the look they want, but sometimes things do go wrong. Every year there are more than 15.6 million cosmetic procedures and more than 5.6 million reconstructive procedures. With close to $13 Billion spent on cosmetic surgeries in 2014, there are more possibilities for failure than ever before. Mexico Cosmetic Center surgeons…

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Non-Invasive Plastic Procedures are the Latest Trends

Non-surgical procedures are among the newest trends in plastics to make cosmetic surgery less complicated. New procedures. Such as FAMI, VANQUISH, and KYBELLA®, are offering nip and tuck without a knife. Rising number of patients are trying to take advantage these non-invasive options with little downtime. Men are also showing increasing interest in these opportunities to defy aging as gravity…

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American Society of Plastic Surgeons Reports Cost Remain Barrier to Body Contouring for Weight Loss Surgery Patients

According to a study in the June issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, high costs of body contouring surgery keeps patients from perusing the procedure. The surgery is done to remove excess skin folds on the body after excessive weight loss occurs. The study was conducted by Dr. Raed…

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Ruptured Silicone in Breast Implants Most Accurately Detected with MRI

A study in the July 2014 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons indicated that magnetic resonance imaging or MRI is most accurate in detecting silicone implant ruptures over ultrasound diagnostics testing. While ultrasound is still an effective means of managing follow-up and screening of patients that have been through a reconstructive mastectomy, reports…

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Studies Show that Breast Lifting Could Reduce the Bra Size

Studies by Dr. Katie Elizabeth Weichman from New York University indicate that bra sizes might decrease after breast lifting surgery takes place. This is not to say that the breast sizes have changed at all, but that the lifted breasts are being fitted more appropriately to the correct size of bra. The study was a survey that took information from…

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