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How Plastic Surgery Can Get You That Summer Body

Summertime is approaching fast, and with it, thoughts of shorts, sunning on the beach, and skimpy tops. But after so much time cooped up at home or isolated at a sedentary desk job, the body might need a little help to be summer-ready. Making things worse is how hard it can be to stick to a healthy diet or exercise regimen even in the best of times.

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How Long After Pregnancy Should I Wait to Get a Tummy Tuck?

Tummy tucks, also called abdominoplasties, are becoming increasingly popular, thanks to their results. The procedure involves significant weight loss by removal of excess skin and tightening lax muscles. The aftereffects of pregnancies cause external and internal changes to mothers’ bodies, and most women prefer retaining their initial appearance.

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How often should you get Botox?

Botox is the most popular brand of neurotoxin currently available and a highly effective, minimally invasive anti-aging treatment that can take years off your appearance and help you to rediscover your inner confidence.

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Top Things to Know if You are Getting a Breast Reduction Surgery

As you know, breast reduction is major surgery. This is because of the invasive surgical elements involved and the nature of its recovery process. The process consists of the removal of excess breast tissue to achieve your desired breast size and shape. Attaining realistic expectations from this invasive surgical procedure is crucial. In fact, this is one of the requirements to become a potential candidate. Do you want to learn more about the operation before going under the knife? Here are the top things to know if you are getting breast reduction surgery.

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Why Liposuction Is STILL the Most Popular Body Contouring Procedure

According to The Aesthetic Society, there were 270,670 liposuctions completed in 2019. It’s the number one surgical procedure done in the United States by plastic surgeons certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.

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