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Wake Up Sleeping Beauty! Why Awake Cosmetic Procedures are safer.

0 Submitted by on Thu, 02 January 2014, 14:51
Many cosmetic patients want to avoid the risks of general anesthesia as well as side effects such as memory loss, confusion and nausea. Mothers concerned about their children, want to minimize the risk of undergoing a cosmetic surgery. Why undergo any cosmetic procedure under local anesthesia? 1) Local anesthesia has less risks than general anesthesia. 2) There is less post Continue Reading...
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Chin Augmentation – The New Breast Augmentation?!?!

0 Submitted by on Sat, 19 May 2012, 08:07
Recently the American Society of Plastic Surgeons released the 2011 data on cosmetic procedures. There has been a 70+% increase in chin augmentation. Some have called it the new “Breast Augmentation”. The chin along with the forehead and nose, have a prominent role in facial symmetry and image. Men are considered more competent, athletic and virile who possess “strong chins”. Continue Reading...
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Nuances in treating the Male Cosmetic Patient

0 Submitted by on Sun, 19 February 2012, 10:58
Recently I was asked by Cosmetic Surgery Times, to contribute my thoughts on treating the male cosmetic patient. The question posed; “In what ways is the male aesthetic patient differnt from his female counterpart?” There are nuance differences between men and women. Below is an excerpt of my response from this article in a segment entitled Aesthetic Exchange. Cosmetic Surgery Continue Reading...
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