Monthly Archives: October 2008

Shoulder Liposuction – Really the Next Hot Trend?

A few recent news stories suggest that celebrities like Madonna and Keira Knightley are sporting one of the hottest new looks: ultrathin shoulders. Allegedly, more than a few women are using liposuction to slim their shoulders for this “celebrity” look. But as a plastic surgeon performing liposuction in Las Vegas, I can tell you that this kind of celebrity-inspired trend…

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High-Tech Pain Management: “The” Solution for a Comfortable Breast Augmentation Recovery?

Women considering breast augmentation in Las Vegas often are concerned about how much discomfort they are likely to have during recovery. While it seems a little unorthodox, a new study released in the past month suggests that Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) can minimize post-procedure discomfort for women who have received breast augmentation surgery. Is this really the next breakthrough…

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Ten Ways to Prevent Capsular Contracture

Millions of women in the United States have had breast augmentation, and the majority are satisfied with the look and feel of their implant result. Still, some women considering breast enhancement still worry about the risk of excessive internal scarring or “capsular contracture,” which is one of the more common risks associated with breast augmentation. I’d like to explain what…

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