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Body fat transfers are most often performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon. The location of the procedure may be the doctor's office, outpatient center, or hospital. The procedure may take up to two hours. The procedure is often performed under "twilight sedation," which includes a combination of medications that make you feel sleepy and numbed, but awake. The procedure may be performed under general anesthesia, while you are asleep. You should discuss the type of anesthesia with your…Continue
Posted on March 27, 2017 at 7:50am
The first thing that needs to be understood is how a wound has been closed after a surgery. Different methods of wound closing might require different type of care.
Surgical wounds can be closed by:
Stitches can be applied through or under the skin. Stitches are either self dissolvable or will require another visit to the doctors for removal.
Staples are similar to commonly used office…Continue
Posted on March 19, 2017 at 6:43am
The external surface gets deteriorated every day due to the immense harsh conditions in the atmosphere. This is prevalent on the exterior of the body. The regular wear and tear that the surface is subjected to makes it susceptible to gradual aging with the progress of time during the lifespan of a person. This makes a proper care regime extremely essential to maintain the balance of the surface. The external surface should be induced to a regime comprising of exfoliation, cleansing and…Continue
Posted on March 14, 2017 at 6:30am
Recovery from liposuction is a serious concern for those of us living hectic busy lives. Very few people are busier than those living in Los Angeles where life can be extremely faced paced and calendars are filled with appointments. Even after having cosmetic surgery like a liposuction we want to get back to our normal lives as quickly as possible.
Some of the questions people have regarding liposuction recovery are:
Posted on March 8, 2017 at 2:56am