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THE Best 5 Ways For Double Chin Removal

THE Best 5 Ways For Double Chin Removal

A double chin is one of those bodily features that none of us wish to have. Whether one develops a double chin or not is determined by a number of factors including, genetic inheritance, lack of the right type of exercise, obesity and poor posture. In this article we will provide you with the best ways Double Chin Removal or to get rid of double chin. It is also important to have an understanding of… 

Buccal Fat Removal Candidates, Recovery, Risks, Cost

Buccal Fat Removal: Candidates, Recovery, Risks, Cost

It’s one thing to have full, round cheeks, but it’s quite another to have chipmunk cheeks. When you’re a kid, having chubby cheeks might be cute, but as an adult, you might not like the way they make you look. If you don’t like how big your cheeks are, you might want to consider Buccal Fat Removal. There’s nothing wrong with having fuller cheeks. But if you want to make them smaller, a plastic surgeon… 

Is a Ponytail Facelift like a Facelift? Side Effects, Cost

Is a Ponytail Facelift like a Facelift? Side Effects, Cost

The term “ponytail facelift” isn’t a medical term; it’s just a marketing term for a technique that’s becoming more and more popular. A ponytail facelift is a general term for a facelift that is done with small cuts and aims to make the face look like it does when the hair is pulled back into a tight, high ponytail. The name means more than one thing. Because all of the incisions are made in the… 

Facelift Scars Where They Are Get Rid of Them Fast

Facelift Scars: Where They Are? Get Rid of Them Fast?

When the skin is cut, a scar is left behind. Facelift Scars are visible but not too noticeable. Most people don’t notice them unless they look closely. A qualified and experienced surgeon hides and draws attention away from the incision by placing the scar in natural creases and folds. The facelift procedure leaves a scar that starts at the sideburn and goes along the front of the ear, under the earlobe, and behind the ear… 

Stem Cell Facelift What is it, How is performed, Risks, Cost

Stem Cell Facelift: What is it, How is performed, Risks, Cost

Stem cell facelift is one of the newest buzzwords in plastic surgery, and it’s causing a lot of interest and confusion. In a nutshell, the procedure involves taking stem cells from fat and changing them. These cells are then injected into key areas of the face to make the face look younger. The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery say that there is a lot of potential for stem cells to be used in cosmetic… 

Facelift With and Without Surgery, Risks, Recovery, Cost

Facelift: With and Without Surgery, Risks, Recovery, Cost

Although injectables and fillers can help put the brakes on facial aging, they are not suitable replacements for a conventional facelift (rhytidectomy). A stem cell facelift is similar in that it involves the injection of fat in order to give volume to an aging face, but it does not produce the same level of lift as a surgical facelift does. In contrast to both of these nonsurgical facelift alternatives, which only endure for a short… 

Facelift Recovery Time What to Expect

Facelift Recovery Time: What to Expect

Having a facelift can be a life changing decision; and one that requires a great deal of thought, planning, and research. If you are considering a facelift, it’s important to learn about what to expect after surgery to make sure that you schedule the procedure at a time that easily fits into your life. Planning ahead and ensuring that you have an appropriate amount of downtime after the facelift is crucial and can play a huge role…