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What are the most common types of plastic surgery performed in the U.S.?

What are the most common types of plastic surgery performed in the U.S.?

Top 5 or so: Breast Augmentation, Blepharoplasty (eyelids), Liposuction, Rhinoplasty, Facelift, Tummy Tuck for surgery. Non-surgical would be Botox, Fillers, Chemical/Laser peels, Hair removal. These are from the American Society of Plastics Surgery 2014 National statistics. ...Read more

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My girlfriend’s developed earlier than I did. I get teased by everyone. Should I have plastic surgery?

My girlfriend’s developed earlier than I did. I get teased by everyone. Should I have plastic surgery?

No: First you need to see what is going on hormonally in your body. You should see a reproductive endocrinologist to get tests run to see if there is a reason first. If you were to have surgery and then have further breast development it would not be a good situation. ...Read more

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How safe is plastic surgery?

How safe is plastic surgery?

Safe: The risks of cosmetic plastic surgery are the same as any other surgery: infection, hematoma, wound breakdown, hypertrophic/unacceptable scarring, bleeding, as well as the potential cosmetic problems such as overcorrection, undercorrection, contour irregularity, inability to achieve a specific cosmetic result, etc. ...Read more

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Is plastic surgery dangerous?

Is plastic surgery dangerous?

Depends: All surgery has its risks. If I understand your question when you ask if "plastic surgery" is dangerous, am I correct to assume that you mean cosmetic surgery? In the hands of a competent surgeon, the risks should be low in a healthy individual. ...Read more

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Is there plastic surgery for free?

Is there plastic surgery for free?

Yes: Plastic surgery may be performed by plastic surgeons on a pro bono basis for patients in need. There are a number of foundations and charities which help facilitate this for victims of domestic violence, veterans who sustained injuries in combat, or children with congenital birth defects. Discounted aesthetic plastic surgery is available through some teaching institutions. ...Read more

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Kim before and after plastic surgery?

Kim before and after plastic surgery?

Guessing game: There are many people who will guess which procedures kk has undergone but she continues to keep it a secret other than her Botox treatments. ...Read more

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What is a fractora in plastic surgery?

What is a fractora in plastic surgery?

Radiofrequency: It is a proprietary method of delivering radiofrequency via many different points that deliver "fractionated" therapy. It is supposed to provide subtle tightening to the skin for very mild wrinkling ...Read more

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What is a fractora in plastic surgery?

What is a fractora in plastic surgery?

Fractora Skin Rx: Fratora is a product name to improve skin appearance made by Invasix. It constists of fractional radio-frequency treatment. The prorpose is to provide anti-aging improvement, and improved skin tone and texture . ...Read more

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Why are men having plastic surgery now?

Why are men having plastic surgery now?

Male plastic surgery: One's image is vital to most every aspect of her or his life, be it personal or professional. More men are drawn to plastic surgery today, as trends in plastic surgery are moving away from an overly "done" look and instead moving towards subtle, natural appearing results. Procedures should be customized for men to prevent results that feminize the patient. ...Read more

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What amount would plastic surgery cost?

What amount would plastic surgery cost?

Greatly varies: This will vary tremendously with the techniques used and may involve relatively modest costs if treatable with injections and/or lasers. However, if more extensive or complicated it could require multiple stages procedures with different specialists and imaging or interventions. First discuss with a board certified plastic surgeon. Many offer complimentary consultations. ...Read more

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