Researchers were recently surprised to discover that melanoma (a serious form of skin cancer) is even more of a threat if you are pregnant or recently had a baby.
If drooping skin or laugh lines that just won’t quit have you considering a facelift, ask these key questions before making your choice.
“Botched” plastic surgery is not the norm. But if you have a procedure that doesn’t meet your expectations, what can you do? Get expert advice on improving your results.
If you have lost 150 pounds or more after bariatric surgery, a series of plastic surgeries — called body contouring — can help trim excess skin from several places on your body. Find out how.
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A newly approved injectable product called Kybella dissolves chin fat in some people. A plastic surgeon discusses how it works, the risks involved and the odds of it working for you.
More women in their 40s are choosing breast implants. Find out special considerations, from how mammograms work to accompanying breast lifts.
Don’t love how you look in selfies? A study finds they might have you thinking about plastic surgery.
Don’t find your laugh lines too humorous? There are plenty of non-surgical options from Botox to lasers to skin resurfacing procedures.
Many people don’t realize that ultrasound imaging can be used to lift skin and promote collagen production. One such noninvasive treatment, Ultherapy®, has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Practitioners use the ultrasound treatment to target deep tissue layers. They can use the device to focus energy where it is most needed. … Read More
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