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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 Summer Issue of Facial Plastic Surgery Today consumer newsletter is out. Get your CD today and start...

source: AAFPRS

Giving back is good for you as well as those who you are helping, according to a wealth of research on the positive effects of volunteerism. From participating in medical missions to third-world countries to organizing a bra drive in your office, many opportunities exist...

source: Plastic Surgery Practice

Women looking to enhance their image but wary of spending money on expensive cosmetics can take the guesswork out of finding a new look, or improving selfies, with the latest beauty apps. Consumers can experiment with different looks in the apps that act like augmented...

source: New York Daily News

Posting pictures on social media is a fun way to keep in touch with friends, but when does it go too far? A new study shows more people are going under the knife to make sure they look good in those pictures. From Ellen DeGeneres at the Oscars to the president, everyone...

source: WGBA-TV

Ears and noses could be grown in a laboratory and transplanted into humans using a technique developed by British scientists. Researchers from the Great Ormond Street Hospital and University College, London, using tissue engineering are the first to turn stem cells from...

source: The New Indian Express

Fundamentally, aesthetic physicians can look to two device types for skin tightening offerings: radiofrequency and ultrasound. Because of its versatility and efficacy, RF technology holds many indications, including its most common: nonablative...

source: Modern Aesthetics


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