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Does Anyone Know Anything About Getting A Breast Augmentation In Guatemala
Generally fillers: As we age it is common to lose some volume in our face, including the cheeks. Various fillers are commonly used to restore volume to the cheeks- this is cheek augmentation. Common fillers for this area include restylane, (dermal fillers) juvederm, Radiesse and others. Sometimes one can have their own fat injected in this area. There is also surgical augmentation, which uses various implants. Many celebs do have it. ...Read more
Here in america but does anyone know about how much a cardiothoracic (or really any surgeon in general) makes in italy?
Probably.: I am sure somebody knows, but not me. ...Read more
Varies....: Breast implants can be placed to enhance a woman's natural breasts or to "take over the scene." they do not always need to be huge and noticeable. Some women after having them placed still look quite natural. Others want them really large. What one woman desires another may find in poor taste; that is the nature of different people. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Could you tell me if in the family tree, nobody have gotten breast cancer before will there be a range of people getting breast cancer?
What is the best way to choose the size of my breast implants? I'm going to have breast augmentation in a few months, but i'm having a hard time deciding how large to go. I am an a cup now, but i'm not a small-framed person; i weigh about 165 pounds and i
You need to be sized: Your plastic surgeon will take measurements to determine what size implant will fit your body appropriately. You should try placing that size implant into your bra to determine if that size implant produces the look that you want. From there, you may select an implant that is smaller or larger, as desired. http://www.dassmd.com/breast-augmentation/index.html. ...Read moreSee 13 more doctor answers
I want to have breast reconstruction, but am concerned from the horror stories about silicone implants. What should I do?
Talk with surgeon: I always encourage patients to trust their instincts. However you should always ask many questions and become as educated as you can regarding your surgery. If you still have reservations, i would go with your gut and avoid any potential problems. A good surgeon will always give you informed answer as well as the risks and benefits of any option. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
What do you suggest if my wife has survived stage 4 cancer is there any organization that will do something for her?
Need more info: First of all, her doctor is a good source of information. The American Cancer Society has a great website with resources, help, and support. Without knowing more about what kind of cancer she had, how long ago, what kind of treatment she was given, and what her most recent exams and scans show, it's hard to know what advice to give you. I also am not sure what "something" you want done for her? ...Read more
Lip Aug Info: A lip augmentation can be performed on the upper lip, lower lip, or both lips using your own tissues (fat transfer), biologic tissue fillers (Juvederm or Restylane), or soft synthetic implants (Advanta or SurgiSil). You should know what concerns you'd like to address and what your final goal is (subtle or dramatic). Consult a board certified plastic surgeon and ask questions during the consult. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there a certain type of condom I should be getting? My length is well above average. I don't know anything about condoms, any thoughts?
Congratulations: I dont know of a special condom for larger men. I would do a search on the internet to see if you can order a larger size. ...Read more
Sure you can: Breast cancer needs to be treated properly. Just check and find out where she is being treeated and how well is she doing.. There are all types of breast cancer specialists who can provide top of the line treatment for her. They are called oncologists and some of them specialize in treating breast cancer alone. Those are the most knowledgeable doctors to obtain the best possible treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Don't spend much: Flaxseed oil and cottage cheese. This has been around forever, and there is no law against telling people what they want to hear even if it is preposterously untrue or based on people's wishful thinking. If it worked, the research piranhas would have grabbed it up decades ago like other natural remedies that work. Unlike the huge-money charlatans, these people will not rob you big-time. ...Read more
It does happen: If there is a reason to be concerned about breast cancer get a physical examination by your doctor. If there is any suspicious lump in the breast, the doctor may order a mammogram which is a good test for screening for breast cancer and is recommended for all women over 40 years of age or if there is a palpable lump in even younger women. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've read about women with breast cancer in one breast choosing to have both removed. why would you do that?
Several reasons: 1. To avoid getting a second cancer in the healthy breast down the road 2. Because she has a brca1/2 mutation which puts her at higher risk for a second breast cancer 3. To have breast reconstruction done on both breasts at the same time 4. To avoid the anxiety and nuisance of mammograms and biopsies in the future. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Compression/massage: Scars continue to remodel/mature for up to a year after surgery. Once healed, scars begin to harden and become red/raised before softening up again. Manual scar massage is highly effective. Other topical compression modalities also exist such as taping (with paper tape), silicone gels or sheets. These are available via the internet or at plastic surgery offices. Examples are mederma and scarfade. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
Options: There are many factors to consider. 1) If there are 4 or less brain metastases, stereotactic radiation treatment can be considered; this is especially true if there are no other areas of active disease. 2) If there are more than 4 areas of brain metastasis, then typically whole brain radiation treatment is given. 3) In some cases hospice can be the appropriate option. ...Read more
I am a 35yo male. I know the Shingles vaccine is only indicated for 50+ but I would like to get it anyway. Would there be any appreciable harm?
Zustrix vaccine: If you have not received chicken pox vaccine, you can do that now, 2 doses of varivax vaccine 3 mos apart should protect you against varicella zoster virus. A blood test can check if are immune to it or not from having the diease as a child or from the vaccine which is normally given at age 1 & 5 years of age. I hope this hel9s. Good luck. ...Read more
Easier than in: A woman in most case, but an obese man may have flabby pectoral fat ... Asymmetry, palpable hard lump, and more common in older men. Usually a mammo is done, than a biopsy. Many boys develop gynecomastia during puberty - leave this alone. Some medication produces this, usually bilateral. Some testis tumors also produce. Go to a doctor to distinguish and find out. ...Read more
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