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American Society of Plastic Surgeons

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  • Plastic surgery group cites Michele Obama in procedure's growth

    Plastic surgery group cites Michele Obama in procedure's growth
    The U.S. plastic surgery industry, which performed $11 billion worth of cosmetic procedures last year, issued a report Monday that highlights a growing trend: operations to get arms like first lady Michelle Obama's. The American Society of Plastic...
  • Express beauty service: Sure, it's fast, but are the results long-lasting and cost-effective?

    Express beauty service: Sure, it's fast, but are the results long-lasting and cost-effective?
    Blow-out salons, lash bars, hair conditioning studios and makeup lounges that offer express takes on a single beauty service are popping up all over the city. One of the latest — and arguably most novel —concepts in the pamper-and-go...
  • Surgeon in China 'grows' nose on man's forehead

    Surgeon in China 'grows' nose on man's forehead
    Images of an expertly sculpted nose on a Chinese man's forehead may be shocking to many, but plastic surgeons say the use of forehead tissue for nasal reconstructive surgery dates back thousands of years. The practice of using flaps of tissue from...
  • Plastic surgeons making house calls 'ideal for S. Florida'

    Plastic surgeons making house calls 'ideal for S. Florida'
    The typical plastic surgery patient fights traffic and sits in a waiting room to discuss an upcoming facelift or breast augmentation with a doctor. But one class of clientele is taking those appointments in style — by welcoming a private-duty...
  • Mythbusters

    Mythbusters
    Maybe you just want your clothes to fit better, make a slight improvement to your current shape or revamp your shape after weight loss or pregnancy. The reasons for getting breast augmentation are as varied as the women who choose this deeply personal...
  • Quick shot replacing nip, tuck

    Quick shot replacing nip, tuck
    Demand for minimally invasive cosmetic procedures showed a three-digit increase over the last decade, with Botox leading the way for those seeking to look younger or better. As of last month, would-be patients can consider a new product that uses their...
  • Cost, longevity and recovery for replacement body parts

    Cost, longevity and recovery for replacement body parts
    Ever wonder how long that artificial finger joint will last? Or how about that cheek implant? What's the recovery time from surgery for a new elbow? What's the hospital bill going to look like if you get a new hip? Such questions frequently come up, as...
  • Good plastic surgery, bad plastic surgery

    Good plastic surgery, bad plastic surgery
    Like it or not, plastic surgery is here to stay. Sure, some people will tout the virtues of self-acceptance and aging gracefully and lament that the rise of cosmetic procedures (including fillers, Botox and the like) signifies the swift decline of...
  • Plastic surgery increasingly is a couples activity

    Plastic surgery increasingly is a couples activity
    When Margaret first met her boyfriend, she weighed 105 pounds and wore short crop tops. But after 13 years together, the 55-year-old retiree from Torrance developed a "muffin top" that she just couldn't eliminate. So she did what so many other women do...
  • Lifts on the rise among plastic surgery procedures

    Lifts on the rise among plastic surgery procedures
    Breast augmentation may be as popular as ever, but what really has heads turning at the plastic surgeon'soffice is the surge in lifts: upper arm lifts, lower body lifts, butt lifts, breast lifts — some of these procedures have experienced growth...
  • From Sun Magazine: Botox 2.0

    From Sun Magazine: Botox 2.0
    When Sandy Rosenblatt looked in the mirror, the striking brunette could see nothing but one big flaw — her eyes, which were sunken and seemed a little dark. So at 34 she had a plastic surgeon smooth them over. While she was there, she decided to...