Like many twin sisters, Ana and Ava usually did things together – from learning to use makeup, to double dating, to even timing the dates of their wedding within weeks of each other. As the years passed, and the sisters had children of their own, like many busy moms they would each look in the… Read More »
Did they or didn’t they? Many celebrities are comfortable embracing their plastic surgery and talking openly about it. Then there are those who prefer to keep quiet about whether they’ve had plastic surgery (though their fans will continue to guess!) Here are some of the top procedures that many top celebrities have undergone: Blepharoplasty. British… Read More »
What would you say is the number-one reason that people workout and exercise? Odds are that weight loss is high up on the list. Losing weight is the goal of many people all over the world, for both health and aesthetic reasons. That is why everyone is looking for a shortcut to weight loss,… Read More »
Surgery can be scary, and it is ok to admit that. There are countless people out there who are perfect candidates for plastic surgery but will never get it because it’s invasive. Many people are nervous about surgery, even when it is completely necessary. Elective surgery is just too big a step to take.… Read More »
Global Alliance Spotlight Member: American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Inc (ASAPS) President: Dr. Daniel C. Mills 1) How many Board certified plastic surgeons practice in the USA? There are approximately 6500 board certified plastic surgeons practicing in the U.S 2) From your society’s research and experience, what is the most popular aesthetic surgical procedure… Read More »
Everyone, young and old, can have cellulite. Believe it or not, cellulite is simply fat, but is caused by the fat pushing against the fibrous connective tissue beneath the skin, causing the skin to pucker. Liposuction alone will not treat cellulite, because it removes deeper fat. A Beginner’s Guide to Thigh Lifts and Brazilian Buttock Lifts.
Because many plastic surgeons also market themselves as cosmetic surgeons, the two terms are often used interchangeably. Globally, the medical community recognizes distinct differences between two basic categories of procedures: • surgery to repair damage and restore function to areas of the body that are injured or have congenital defects (burn scars, cleft palates, deviated septum,… Read More »
Hundreds of thousands of people undergo liposuction each year, but a relatively new treatment called “CoolSculpting” claims to remove fat without surgery.