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facelift
Facelift surgery is one of the most drastic procedures to look younger. Technically referred to as rhytidectomy, a facelift is performed on patients concerned with the signs of aging by addressing deep wrinkles, droopy jowls, and saggy neck.
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older women
Also known as a rhytidectomy, a facelift is a surgical procedure that aims to create a more youthful appearance in your facial area. This cosmetic procedure may reduce the number of loose skin folds on certain areas of your face and neck brought about by aging. Are you considering having a facelift soon? Let’s talk about how you should prepare yourself for this monumental change.
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Plastic Surgery
Every human body is unique and is beautiful in its own way. However, sometimes there are aspects of our body that we don’t want to draw attention to. Sometimes we undergo surgery to change them, and sometimes this surgery comes with visible consequences – scarring. Scars are a natural part of the body’s healing process and can occur whenever there has been any sort of damage to the skin and other tissues. There are lots of different types of scars and they can occur anywhere on the body. Unsurprisingly, some are more noticeable than others. While many people are happy to embrace their scars, others would prefer not to draw attention to them. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to prevent and minimize surgery scars. 
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breast augmentation
A breast augmentation is a fantastic way to increase the size of your breasts and give you the shape that you have always desired. However, it is a surgical procedure that this means that you need to allow yourself time to heal and recover afterwards. Not doing so could increase your risk of developing complications and could even prevent you from achieving the optimal results from your surgery.
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Womans stomach
A mini tummy tuck, or mini abdominoplasty, is a popular variation of a full abdominoplasty but that focuses purely on the area below the belly button known as the umbilicus. Although the entire abdomen can be affected by excess fat and loose skin, it is often particularly pronounced in the umbilicus, forming a ‘pouch’ that sits between the pubis and belly button.
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