Plastic Surgery of the Face Sought to Improve One’s Social Media Appearance

People pursue plastic surgery because they want to look better, both for themselves and to others. It could be a breast augmentation to enhance one’s breasts, self-confidence and sex life; liposuction to appear more sculpted, shapely and refined or even a rhinoplasty to reduce the size of the nose, possibly…

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Is There Such a Thing as a Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty?

In our society today of quick fixes, brief sound bites even for important information, the dominance of reality TV, and interpersonal communication often conducted largely via social media and texting, it only seems natural to expect that the same simplistic approach can be sought for improving the appearance of one’s…

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Men Are Increasingly Opting for Plastic Surgery Procedures

Although the vast majority of cosmetic plastic surgery procedures performed are for women, they do not have exclusivity to this field. Yes, men do seek to enhance their appearance as well though not anywhere near as often as women. In the United States, men account for around 9% of all…

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How Much Discomfort Can I Expect Following A Rhinoplasty?

It is not uncommon for patients to perceive a rhinoplasty as a relatively painful procedure. After all, there may be considerable reshaping of the nose required and then … those bones may have to be broken. Ouch! If you have watched any YouTube videos or seen programs explicitly showing the…

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Rhinoplasty: Expectations and Limitations

A rhinoplasty, or cosmetic surgery of the nose, is a very demanding procedure that requires great surgical skill, exacting technique, a keen aesthetic sense and an understanding of the myriad variables and their effects on the ultimate results. Superseding this in importance of affecting the results of surgery are patient…

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