May 2007 Articles

    • David Gest wants his man-boobs gone in: Plastic Surgery Procedures Tag(s):

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      Man-boobs are really disgusting for most men. What they want are well-defined chests and not feminine-looking breasts. And it seems that breast reduction is the only known solution for this condition called gynecomastia.

      Presently, infamous celebrity David Gest also has the same problem. It has been revealed that Gest wants to have breast reduction surgery to remove his man-boobs. He wants to go under the knife so he could look good on the beach.

    • Facial surgeons give Africa’s poor free plastic surgery in: Facial Surgeons Tag(s):

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      One of the most wonderful experiences that physicians have in their practice is not how many wealthy patients they have provided service to. It’s not even how much money they have accumulated as they do their job to the community. It is the sheer blissful experience that comes from their acts of service to those who they know could never repay them.

      Here’s one group of lucky surgeons who are about to experience the same thing.

      Project Change Bermuda is a team of surgeons and support staff who are about to travel to Tanzania in July to take part in one of the most rewarding experiences of their lives. The group is set to reconstruct faces on some of the most disadvantaged children on earth.

    • Yoga Facelift – another non-surgical alternative in: Plastic Surgery Procedures Tag(s):

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      There is a new alternative to getting rid of wrinkles via surgery and Botox. This one is called Yoga Facelift, in which participants try to work out the muscles in the face in order to create a more youthful appearance.

      Yoga has been known to improve the state of the mind and body, and the individuals behind Yoga facelift think that Yoga is also very good for the face. And that those who are aching to have youthful looks can use it to appear younger without going under the knife.

      Facial Yoga is introduced by Marie-Veronique Nadeau, author of the book “The Yoga Facelift.” Nadeau is a chemist and a licensed aesthetician.

    • Skin activating liposuction in: Plastic Surgery Procedures Tag(s):

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      Liposuction has come a long way already from its humbles roots. Though it did not bag the top spot in the most number of procedures performed in 2006, it still remains to be the most popular procedures of all time, what with the great number of people from all walks of life trying to tone their bodies and get rid of excess fat.

      Aside from tumescent liposuction and lipodissolve – two new approached to fat removal which proved to sell like hotcakes, another approach has been developed to address stubborn excess fat.

      This new approach to liposuction seeks to address both the unwanted fat and the overlying skin. The new technique, which is called Skin Activating Liposuction, is developed and practiced by Dr. Lloyd Krieger, founder and Medical Director of Rodeo Drive Plastic Surgery.

    • Plastic surgery societies do not recommend fat grafting for breast augmentation in: Breast Augmentation Surgeons Tag(s):

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      Two leading societies of plastic surgery namely, the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) have made an announcement that caution on using fat grafting technique for breast augmentation. The announcement came after the societies have found out that the said technique is not recommended at this time based on the lack of safety and efficacy data, and amid concerns that the procedure may interfere with accurate detection of cancer.

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