Patient's Guide to Cosmetic Surgery Procedures
The key word is choice. Skin conditions that used to be accepted as a normal part of aging can now be postponed, controlled or eliminated with the intelligent use of an appropriate therapy.
The purpose of the Cosmetic Surgery Procedure Guide is to allow you to understand what's happening to your skin and facial shape, in easy to understand language, and provide you with choices of therapies to provide either temporary or more permanent corrections.
Cosmetic Surgery Procedures:
Cosmetic Procedures Articles
- Struggling With Your Mirror Image
Find the treatments for lines and wrinkles...
- Rejuvenating Your Face
The normal changes associated with facial aging are the result of both intrinsic (age related fat and bone loss known as atrophy, and skin laxity for example) and extrinsic factors (like ultraviolet light / sunlight, chemicals, and smoking)...
- Getting Rid of Your Tattoo
There are a number of lasers that are used to remove tattoos. The principle is called selective thermolysis...
- The Changing Face of Cosmetic Surgery
Forty-seven percent of women and 34 percent of men, who were undecided on the topic of cosmetic surgery a decade ago,
are now in favor of it...
- What You Need to Know About Laser Hair Removal
A laser is effective because the hair shaft absorbs laser energy, and it is the heated hair shaft, which kills the hair follicles...
- Suffering from Excess Sweat: Discover Your Treatment Options.
If you are suffering from excess sweating, you need to know that you are not alone. The key to dealing with your condition is to discuss your options with your physician...
- Have a "No-Sweat" Wedding - Treatment options to Plan Ahead
BOTOX® can be used to reduce sweating on any part of the body. The most commonly treated areas include the armpits, and the palms and soles...
- No Sweat! A New Way To Control Excessive Sweat
Contrary to what many believe, excessive sweating is treatable...
- Cellulite - Help is on the way
Cellulite is an alteration in skin contour creating dimpling and nodularity frequently affecting thighs, buttocks and abdominal regions of post-adolescent women...
- Hair Removal - Laser and Light-Based Approaches
What is unwanted hair? How much hair is too much hair? The answers depend on the cultural and societal aspects of the times in which we live...
- Alpha Hydroxy Acids - A Cure for Photodamage?
We all have heard about them but do we know what they are and what they do for our skin? It turns out that a-hydroxy acids (AHAs) are important components of optimal skin care...
What's new in Cosmetic Surgery
- Hair Transplants
- Restorative Creams
- Body Contouring following Massive Weight Loss