Botox®, Dysport® and now Xeomin® (pronounced Zee-min) can prevent or lessen the severity of future wrinkles.
While most procedures performed by plastic surgeons are cosmetic in nature and not covered by insurance, many others are considered medically necessary and are generally covered by third party payers.
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Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, James D. McMahan, MD, discusses pregnancy after Mommy Makeovers.
Lasers in medicine are very specific in what they accomplish and selecting the right laser for tattoo removal is important.
You can take political correctness and throw it out the window or flush it down the toilet when it comes to your health. Simply stated, it is not OK to be substantially overweight.
Cigarette smoking is one of the worst things that you can do to your body with a tremendous amount of health implications and can significantly increase the risk of lung and healing problems related to elective plastic surgery.
There are a number of reasons why you should stop drinking alcohol prior to surgery.