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Who should perform breast augmentation?

Breast augmentation with implants remains one of the most popular procedures in plastic surgery. Unfortunately, there are doctors who are capitalizing on the continued interest in breast enlargement but who are not properly trained to do the procedure.  Many will …
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What’s new in the field of liposuction?

Liposuction has evolved greatly since it was first introduced to the field of plastic surgery about 35 years ago.  Much smaller cannulas now allow for precise fat removal with less likelihood of leaving indentations or irregularities. One big advancement was …
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What’s new in Vaginal Rejuvenation?

For the past five years one of the fastest- growing fields in plastic surgery is that of female genital plastic surgery. With access to the internet, women have become more informed of the options available to them. Labiaplasty (surgical treatment …
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Treatments to Combat Vaginal Laxity

Treatments to Combat Vaginal Laxity

Most women are taught that Kegel exercises are the key to keeping the vagina tight through the years after giving birth. Unfortunately, few people discuss the impact on quality of life that that many women experience from vaginal laxity. In …
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How to Fight Underarm Sweat- Stay Dry with MiraDry

The problem: dreaded underarm perspiration and odor. We all have been there. You don a beautiful, new dress or shirt for a special occasion and, when you check in the mirror, there are tell-tale white deodorant stripes that have already …
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The simultaneous appeal and danger of everything “mini.”

Francisco Canales, MD and Heather Furnas, MD in surgery with scrub tech, Carrie, all with sterile gowns, gloves and surgical masks and caps

Not a day goes by without a patient asking if they qualify for a mini tummy tuck, a mini facelift, or a mini breast lift. It is easy to see the appeal of a mini operation. A shorter incision, less …
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