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  • The ABCs of Plastic Surgery: Planning for Your Recovery

    In 2013, the number of aesthetic surgical procedures climbed to seven million in the United States, reaching a high not seen since the recession of 2008. Technological advances, less-invasive procedures and greater accessibility are making aesthetic procedures, (surgical and nonsurgical), far more attractive to the public at-large.  

  • Enhance the Shape of Your Body with Tickle Lipo

    Dr. Brian J. Reagan explains how Tickle Lipo, also known as Nutational Infrasonic Liposculpture, differs from traditional liposuction. 

    “Tickle Lipo is an exciting way to be able to perform body contouring in a less invasive way,” states Dr. Reagan. “We know that patients are interested in procedures that are less invasive, have less down time, cost less but produce results.” 

  • An Added, Unexpected and Welcome Medical Benefit of a Tummy Tuck

    Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is a common type of bladder control problem in women characterized by uncontrollable leakage of urine with increased abdominal pressure. It is triggered by physical activities such as coughing, sneezing, exercise and laughing. Postpartum stress urinary incontinence can occur even among women who have given birth to only one child. It is an important and often overlooked post-pregnancy condition common in women who’ve had a vaginal delivery. 

  • What You Need To Know About Labiaplasty

    Labiaplasty, also known as vulvaplasty, is an invasive surgical procedure to reshape the labia by removing redundant tissue along the ruffled edge, reducing the size and protrusion of the labia minora. This procedure is gradually gaining popularity with more than 5,000 procedures performed in the US last year. 

  • Massive Weight Loss and Body Contouring Surgery

    Losing weight takes both commitment and a resolution to make important health lifestyle changes. 

    Losing weight usually involves a combination of diet, and exercise; in some cases, particularly when significant amounts of weight and/or health issues, such as diabetes or health conditions are involved, one may consider bariatric surgery. Whatever method you choose, it’s often the case that losing a significant amount of weight can result in excess sagging skin. 

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