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  • Wedge vs. Trim Technique. Which Labiaplasty Technique is Right for You?

    A labiaplasty is a surgical procedure to reduce the size of the labia minora. According to the latest statistical data from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), labiaplasty surgery has increased by more than 48 percent from the previous year. Dr. Gary Alter, a board-certified plastic surgeon based in Beverly Hills, California, explains why women undergo this procedure and the difference between the wedge and trim techniques.  

  • Is it Ever Okay to Use Cosmetic Surgery to Transform Yourself into a Celebrity look-a-like?

    I recently read an article which featured a couple who spent over $300K to look just like Barbie and Ken. (I know… even writing that sentence makes me cringe). See, I completely understand coveting a certain celebrity body part and yes even asking a cosmetic surgeon to perhaps help you transform a specific feature. In my case- if I ever chose to undergo a rhinoplasty I would request that my surgeon attempt to recreate my nose to mirror that of Elizabeth Montgomery’s perfect turned up one in Bewitched. 

  • Is Winter the Best Time for a Pick-Me-Up and Banish the Holiday Bloat Procedure? We’ve Got the Scoop!

    I am the first one to admit it - I overindulged big-time during the holiday season; I drank way too much sweet champagne and might have nibbled on one-too-many holiday cookies. I feel like I need a fresh start, and what better time to give my body the makeover I’ve been contemplating, than right after the holidays when I can cover my bandages and bloat with a few extra layers of clothing, right? 

  • Is Vontouring the Answer To Your Waning Sex Life?

    You’re probably contouring those cheekbones, and maybe even utilizing contouring, strobing concepts or baby lights when refreshing the highlights in your hair. But have you considered the latest contouring trend… vontouring yet? 

  • Most Common Surgical Procedures for Gen Xers (When Did We Get So OLD?)

    I’ve been called a Gen X-pert. I’ve hosted shows based on Generation X and been a guest on talk shows as a representative of my generation. Personally, I think we tend to see ourselves as adults who never really grew up. We’ve got an unusual tendency to be nostalgic of our youth while still feeling youthful. I kind of love that about us. What I don’t love is when I look in the mirror and realize what I see in my mind doesn’t match what I see in my reflection. 

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