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The Holistic Approach to Plastic Surgery

Patient Safety, Preparing for Plastic Surgery

3 Minute Read: Plastic surgery is often sought not only to change the way our body or face looks but to increase our confidence levels.  To reduce risks and increase your chances of achieving and maintaining excellent results, following the surgeon’s instructions before and after are essential.  In addition to this compliance, you can take […]

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What Do I Need to Know to Choose the Right Plastic Surgeon for Me?

Choosing a Plastic Surgeon, Patient Safety

3 Minute Read:  There are many plastic surgeons to choose from in the United States, and with the rise of medical tourism, some patients are even looking beyond the borders for plastic surgeons. This means that there are thousands of doctors and clinics to choose from. While many are professional, qualified, and reputable, it can […]

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Why Is Now a Good Time for Plastic Surgery?

Patient Safety, Plastic Surgery Recovery

2 Minute Read:  Regardless of the type of plastic surgery procedure you wish to have, the process should be stress-free. It would be best to have fewer things to think about after the procedure and, at the same time, avoid strenuous activities. To achieve this, it would help if you chose a time in your […]

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Is Your Surgery Center Safe?

Patient Safety

If you turn on any news channel or do a quick google search, you are bound to see horror stories of unsafe medical practices and dangerous surgical conditions. Just look at the mishap at the Nova Southeastern dental clinic, where surgical instruments were not sterilized properly and may have been contaminated. The incident could have […]

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Are Silicone Implants Safe? (Surgical Video Explains)

Breast Augmentation, Breast Implants, Health, Implant Safety, Patient Safety, Silicone Implants, Uncategorized

There is a misconception that silicone implants aren’t safe. The truth is, silicone implants were FDA approved in 2006 after extensive studies were conducted about their safety. Dr. Hochstein provides an insider’s look during a breast augmentation surgery explaining that once an implant loses its blood supply, it changes to a dingy, yellow color. As […]

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