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Am I a Good Candidate For a Tummy Tuck?

There is no getting around the fact that our tummies are one of the parts of our body that we complain about the most. It is an area that, for many of us, seems to be particularly affected by weight gain and stubborn pockets of excess fat. It is also notoriously hard to tone up, especially after you’ve gained and then lost weight or if you have had a baby.

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Top Cosmetic Procedure Trends in 2019

Cosmetic surgery is continuing to enjoy immense popularity, transforming the appearance and lives of countless patients every single year. There is now a veritable ‘menu’ of procedures to choose from, enabling you to find a solution for whatever cosmetic issue you would most like to have addressed.

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Facelift Recovery – Do’s and Don’ts | New York, NY

A facelift is an invasive procedure and as such, you will be required to take sufficient time afterward to recuperate and heal. Rushing back to work or doing the wrong things with regards to taking care of your face can put you at risk of complications and affect the overall outcome of your procedure. To help prepare you for the hours, days and weeks after your surgery, here are our top do’s and don’ts for your facelift recovery. 

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Recovery Tips for Tummy Tuck Surgery

If you are undergoing tummy tuck surgery, you are probably so excited about the results of your procedure that you haven’t given a great deal of thought to your recovery. However, your recovery is just as important for the outcome of your tummy tuck as the surgery itself. If you don’t take proper care of yourself while you heal, you could be risking both the visible results of your procedure and your overall well-being.

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What is involved in Liposuction surgery?

Liposuction is one cosmetic surgery procedure that can banish pesky pockets of stubborn fat and enable us to enjoy a smoother, more toned appearance. Better still, it can be used on all those areas where fat tends to congregate – including the hips, thighs, flanks, buttocks, upper arms and abdomen.

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