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  • Understanding the labiaplasty

    Labiaplasties have become increasingly popular in the recent months, with the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery reporting that more than 5,000 procedures were preformed in 2013. Since the procedure has seen such an impressive boom in popularity, a number of patients are seeking more information about the surgery. 

  • Enhance your assets: Rise of the buttock augmentation

    According to this article on CNN, there was a 58 percent bump up on buttock augmentation procedures in 2013.  

    Yes, I said buttock augmentation Also known as a Brazilian butt lift or butt implants.  

    Evidently you no longer have to clock numerous hours at the gym pounding out squats and deadlifts to lift and shape your derriere. There’s a surgery for that! 

  • Joanne's Mommy Makeover

    For mother of three Joanne, a tummy tuck was almost an afterthought. She had decided to have her breasts redone, given the effects three large children can have. Given how much Joanne exercises to keep in great shape, she felt that the combination of nursing children and aging had given her breasts an appearance that she wasn’t happy with. 

  • Lynn's Life-Changing Tummy Tuck

    Lynn had never worn the clothes she really wanted to wear, as she felt that she had to hide parts of her body that she did not like. She was afraid to have a tummy tuck or abdominoplasty, due to the amount of downtime and the degree of work it entailed, but her board certified plastic surgeon put her at ease immediately. He showed her before and after photographs, thoroughly described the procedure, gave her care instructions for both pre- and post-surgery, and answered all of her questions, which gave her a strong level of comfort with the procedure. 

  • Taming the tummy after weight loss

    By Zipporah Sandler 

    If like me, you’ve had a few babies or have lost a significant amount of weight recently then you might have a small (or perhaps not-so-small) problem with extra fat and skin in the abdominal area that just won’t go away. For many women the battle of the bulge doesn’t stop with diet and exercise alone. The abdominal muscles and skin that have been stretched beyond their limits won’t always snap back into place and can be a cause for low self-esteem.