Month: May 2015

Tummy Tuck – Does It Work?

Women who have gone through multiple pregnancies usually suffer from a problem known as diastalsis, where the abdominal muscles separate. The abdominal muscles of women overstretch and are not able to return back to their original shape.  In addition, the skin over these muscles also stretches. Because it has lost elastin, it is unable to …

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Liposuction – Is It Safe?

Obesity is a very common problem. Whether the fat deposits are in the belly region or elsewhere, it is a very serious condition which can lead to many medical problems like cardiac issues and diabetes. In addition, it can also have a negative impact on the psyche of a person and stop him from participating …

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Is Tummy Tuck Right For You?

An abdominoplasty, commonly known as a tummy tuck, is one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures. Still, it’s not something to walk into casually. Being a major operation, it is vital that you know if you are a good candidate for the procedure, so you can reap the best results from your abdominoplasty. Your …

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Mini or Full Tummy Tuck?

It’s a really common question.  “Do I need a full tummy tuck, or can I get by with a mini?” Unfortunately, there is no right answer.  There are so many variables that go into deciding the right procedure for each patient, that it’s impossible to outline them all here.  If you’re wondering what the best …

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The Long History of Plastic Surgery

Thanks to TV, movies, and the internet, plastic surgery has been glamorized. And thanks to its incredible success, it’s been popularized. But how did plastic surgery get its start anyway? It’s a fairly new medicine field, right? Actually, it goes back a lot further than one would expect. Plastic Surgery in the Ancient World Chances …

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