It’s a perfectly natural desire to want to look your best, no matter your gender. Whether it’s for professional advancement, dating, to correct a medical issue or for your own personal self-esteem, looking your best can help make you feel your best, and that can keep you on top of your game – whatever that game happens to be.
The findings of a new survey in the JAMA Journal of Dermatology reveal something about cosmetic surgery that many of us already knew: Patients get cosmetic procedures for more complex reasons than just their appearance. The survey was conducted by researchers at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine and asked 500 respondents (mainly white women over the age of 45) … Read More
If you have been researching liposuction but have been hesitant about it due to the cost or downtime, you may have already heard about a supposedly cheaper, less invasive alternative called carboxytherapy. But what is this new therapy – and is it really as good as liposuction? Here’s what you should know before you choose one over the other.
While it’s still one of the more popular plastic surgery procedures here in the United States, rhinoplasties have experienced a sharp decline in the number of procedures since the year 2000. How much of a decline? Well, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the procedure has declined in popularity by 44 percent since the year 2000. So, what’s … Read More
They say time heals all wounds, and when it comes to plastic surgery procedures, nothing could be truer. Unfortunately, many people underestimate the importance of giving themselves extra time both before and after a plastic surgery procedure, and that can turn into a costly and painful mistake in some situations. Time isn’t just needed for recovery – it’s needed for … Read More
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