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Smoother, firmer skin is high on the wish list of many patients, and in particular those that would like to turn back the clock on the aging process. There are many products and treatments that claim to be able to help patients achieve this, but one of the newest cosmetic procedures, known as microneedling, is also proving to be one of the most effective.
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We can all agree that the female form is something to be celebrated, whatever size or shape it is. However, some silhouettes are certainly more popular than others and at the moment, large, curvy butts are most certainly considered one of the most attractive features a female can flaunt. Unfortunately, we aren’t all blessed with a super-sized behind and a rounder, perkier and more defined booty is on the wish list of many women who may feel that they are lacking in curves in this part of their body. This has helped make the Brazilian Butt Lift one of the most sought-after cosmetic procedures of the decade.
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If you are unhappy with the size of your breasts, you may be considering an augmentation procedure. This is where cosmetic surgery is used to increase the volume of the breasts so that they are larger than before. Once a little taboo, today, breast augmentation procedures are extremely common and a great way for a woman to boost her confidence in her appearance.
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Fat transfer, also known as fat grafting or fat injections, is the name of a surgical process in which fat is transferred from one area of the body to another. This is done with the intention of making physical improvements to the area where the fat is injected. The area that fat is taken from is usually somewhere with a good amount of unwanted fat cells, such as the thighs, hips or abdomen. In most instances, fat transfer procedures see the fat removed via a procedure similar to liposuction, purified and then re-inserted via injection into the breasts, face or buttocks.
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Blepharoplasty is a fairly straightforward procedure and incisions are made in the natural creases of the eye to minimize scarring. You will be under the effects of a general anesthetic or in some cases, a combination of local anesthetic and sedation. Whichever form of anesthesia you are given, you will not feel any pain and will have little to no awareness of what is happening around you.
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