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Arm Lift Surgery for the Aging Individual

Posted May 31, 2017 in Arm Lift Surgery, Brachioplasty, Uncategorized, Upper Arm Exercises

The aging individual endures a lot of unwanted physical changes. Everything from increasing fatigue and wrinkles to stubborn fat accumulation and sagging skin seems to conspire against your desire to remain youthful as long as possible. Fortunately, certain plastic surgery procedures can help you recapture a youthful appearance. Arm lift surgery, one of many beneficial […]

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Get Rid of Crepey Neck Skin

Posted May 16, 2017 in Facelift, Neck Lift

Have you ever heard of a “crepey neck”? It’s when the neck develops saggy, loose, and thinning skin. This look can prematurely age your appearance, sometimes even more so than facial wrinkles. A neck lift or a combined neck lift and facelift can get rid of crepey neck skin and give you a more youthful appearance. […]

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Getting a Mommy Makeover? What to Expect

Posted April 19, 2017 in Breast Augmentation, Breast Lift, Liposuction, Mommy Makeover, Tummy Tuck, Uncategorized

There are a lot of things to plan and prepare for when you’re considering major surgery. A Mommy Makeover can seem even more complicated than other surgeries because it incorporates several surgeries into one. Here is what you can expect for the consultation, surgery, recovery, and results if you are getting a Mommy Makeover. The […]

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Why the SMAS Facelift Is Better Than a Skin-Only Facelift

Posted March 30, 2017 in Facelift, Skin-Only Facelift, SMAS Facelift, Uncategorized

Facelift surgery is a delicate process. Surgeons must be careful with their technique so that they produce natural-looking results that can withstand the test of time. Over the years, plastic surgeons have learned which facelift techniques are best in terms of the quality and longevity of the results. For these reasons, Dr. Taleisnik prefers the […]

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What Makes Breast Reduction Medically Necessary?

Posted March 09, 2017 in Breast Enhancement, Breast Reduction, Chronic Pain, Insurance Options, Shoulder Grooves

Breast reduction is unique among plastic surgery procedures because it is one of the few treatments that can be considered “medically necessary.” Many insurance companies will offer coverage if breast reduction can be categorized as medically necessary for the patient. Each insurance company has its own set of criteria, but here are the most common […]

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How to Reduce Scarring After Plastic Surgery

Posted February 28, 2017 in Recovery, Scarring, Skin Care

Your concern about scarring after plastic surgery could be the only thing holding you back from undergoing a tummy tuck, breast augmentation, or another body enhancement procedure. By employing a few strategic tactics after your procedure, you can reduce scarring and maximize your results. If you do end up with unsightly scars, Dr. Taleisnik can […]

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Breast Asymmetry: Types, Causes, and Treatments

Posted February 28, 2017 in Breast Asymmetry, Breast Augmentation, Breast Lift, Breast Reduction, Breast Revision

Symmetrical bodies are more beautiful, according to a study conducted by Dr. William Brown and colleagues at Brunel University. However, no one’s body is 100 percent symmetrical. Minor asymmetries are quite common and can be identified in various areas of the body. In women, noticeable asymmetry of the breasts can be devastating and awkward. Breast […]

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What Size Implants Should I Get?

Posted February 27, 2017 in Breast Augmentation

Of all the decisions women must make about their breast implants, choosing the right size has the greatest impact on the results. While smaller implant sizes are trending, the decision on implant size is ultimately up to you. There is no one right answer that applies to every woman. Your personal preferences, individual body shape, […]

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Eyelid Surgery Recovery Tips

Posted January 10, 2017 in Eye Surgery, Eyelid Surgery, Recovery, Uncategorized

The technology and lifestyle of today’s world force us to rely heavily on our sight. Many jobs and activities require looking at computer screens, reading, and scrutinizing details to find traces of error. Because sight is so essential to daily living, individuals who undergo eyelid surgery may be concerned about how to make their recovery go […]

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