June 2007 Articles

    • Popular Breast Surgeries offered by Houston Plastic Surgeon in: Breast Augmentation Surgeons Tag(s):

      Technorati Tags: breast augmentation, breast reduction, breast lift, breast surgery

      Many are generally obsessed with looking good these days. It seems that we have reached the point of our lives when looking good on the outside really matters as if our very lives depend on it. No wonder statistics from plastic surgery societies such as the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons have shown that there has been a rapid growth in the number of individuals who are turning to cosmetic plastic surgery in order to enhance their looks.

      Among the most requested cosmetic surgery procedures of all time are those that enhance the appearance of the woman’s breasts. Indeed, breast surgeries are gaining a lot of popularity these days. In fact, breast augmentation topped the list of the most number of procedures performed in 2006. This proves that women on all walks of life really care about how they look like especially in their bikinis. They just couldn’t afford to look okay or fine anymore. They want to look damn sexy and attractive to the opposite sex. It seems that this has become the new trend nowadays.

      Moreover, women don’t stop at breast augmentation to improve the way they look. They also turn to breast lift surgery for their problems like sagging and drooping breasts. That is why Houston plastic surgeon Dr. Paul Vitenas offers breast surgeries that clients will mostly likely request to have to give them the opportunity to look good and feel better about themselves.

    • A study examines a new facelift technique that gives more options in: Plastic Surgery Procedures Tag(s):

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      A study examines a new facelift technique that gives more options

      A new study reports that a new facelift technique that places the incision in the temple area or in a sideburn may prove to offer patients more options for hiding the scars and styling their hair.

      The report, published in the May issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the journal of American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), described a technique for manipulating the growth of hair follicles at the temples so that hair grows over and covers the incision done during facelift surgery.

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