Two fallen women undergo the Brazilian butt lift

Women around the world are asking themselves a new question, “How much junk do you want to carry around in your trunk?” Hoda, on the “Today” show claims that “the Brazilian butt lift has women shaking their tail feathers.”

March 16, 2011
Categories: Body Contouring News


Divorcees turn to plastic surgery to boost self-esteem

While many people undergo plastic surgery procedures to correct a blemish or to help boost their self-esteem, it seems that some individuals may be going under the knife to get back at their ex-lovers, according to The Daily Mail.

March 15, 2011
Categories: Plastic Surgery News


If you are told you need a surgical breast biopsy, ask why

Dr. Stephen R. Grobmyer, director of the breast cancer program at the University of Florida in Gainesville, was surprised when he kept seeing patients referred from other hospitals who had undergone surgical biopsies.

March 14, 2011
Categories: Breast Surgery News


Two-headed machine gently melts and tightens

After undergoing two cesarean sections, Kathie Lee Gifford was left with a much-hated roll of tummy fat in an otherwise slender body. Although she was afraid of how her fat would look on TV, she agreed to bare her midriff on the “Today” show to undergo tummy massage with the Exilis - a two-headed melting and tightening machine.

March 11, 2011
Categories: Age/Gender Issues


Non-invasive anti-aging procedures growing in popularity

While some individuals may be more familiar with cosmetic surgeries such as facelifts and liposuction, it seems that more patients seeking anti-aging treatments are opting for non-invasive procedures.

March 10, 2011
Categories: Facial Aesthetic Surgery News



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