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How many cosmetic procedures can be done at once?

I often have patients in the office or at a seminar ask, "How many cosmetic procedures can be done at once?" And the short answer is, "It depends." The longer answer revolves around a few things. First, are the areas of the body that you want to treat in close proximity?...

source: Dr. Jonathan Kaplan
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The southern district of Gangnam in Seoul, Korea, has become notorious for where to get your nips and tucks over the past couple of years. A number of women can therefore be seen walking through town covered in bandages on a daily basis. The plastic surgery trend is believed...

source: Daily Star

It's no secret anti-aging is big business, with face-lifts, forehead lifts, eyelid surgery, fillers and peels increasing in popularity. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 15.1 million cosmetic surgery procedures, including both minimally invasive and...

source: The Journal News

A 3-year-old boy has a new face — and lease on life — after surgery for a rare genetic condition that caused him pain and humiliation. Maan Singh was born in India with Pfeiffer syndrome, which causes his skull and facial bones to stop growing properly.

source: New York Daily News

Market data show that men are a fast growing segment of the cosmetic surgery population and have a particular interest in minimally invasive procedures. However, physicians who hope to grow their practices by capitalizing on the growing male market need to make men a priority....

source: Modern Aesthetics

A program of learning opportunities covering all aspects of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery in various formats. These topics include, aging face and rhinoplasty, nonsurgical and office-based, business management, marketing and reconstructive surgery. The meeting...

source: Plastic Surgery Practice

The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is proud to announce the election of Dr. Russ Kridel, an esteemed member and facial plastic surgeon from Houston to the American Medical Association Board of Trustees.

source: Dermascope

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