Month: May 2020

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About Breast Implant Illness

Nowadays it seems like you can find the answer to any question you might have with just a quick internet search. While in many cases that may be true, it can actually lead to more harm than good when it comes to medical issues. This has been found to be particularly true when it comes …

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PREOP INSTRUCTIONS – Dr. YATES

Pre-Operative Instructions Location Surgery is performed in our AAAASF certified office operating suite @ the Tanner Clinic in Layton Timing Be flexible. Your scheduled surgery time may be adjusted Food and water Nothing to eat or drink after midnight unless instructed differently by Dr. Yates or his nurse. No exceptions (coffee, gum or mints) medications …

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After Consult Information

To best prepare you, here iis some important information that Dr. Yates would ask that you review after your consultation Recovery RECOVERY INFORMATION Anesthesia We typically use Total IV Anesthesia.  It is physiologically similar to a nap.  To learn more about it watch this video  Scheduling  We are typically scheduling 2-3 months out so …

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Emsculpt body in time for summer

Summer is rapidly approaching, and Summer bodies weren’t started in the summer: Emsculpt. Benefits of Emsculpt Emsculpt is beneficial to anyone looking for long-term weight management and body shaping, especially those who already have a fitness regimen in place but have stubborn areas to contend with. Emsculpt is a non-invasive, completely safe procedure that has …

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