Do You Have Stray Hairs On Various Parts Of Your Body? Get Laser Hair Removal

Posted on: 18 May 2016

It is natural for hair to grow on your body, and for the most part, it grows in normal places. But, over the years, you may experience stray hairs showing up in places where no other hair grows. This can make you feel a little uncomfortable, especially since you are usually the one who notices the littlest details about yourself. An easy solution to these stray hairs is to get them removed with laser hair treatment.
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Three Things To Understand When Thinking About Tummy Tuck Surgery

Posted on: 17 May 2016

A tummy tuck, or more technically called an abdominoplasty, is becoming a popular elective surgery. Looking better with a flat stomach is an obvious cosmetic benefit, but there are many things you need to understand about a tummy tuck before you rush into this surgery. The following are three things you need to be aware of. This surgery is not for weight loss A tummy tuck should not be confused with liposuction.
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4 Instances When Your Insurance May Cover Cosmetic Gynecology Procedures

Posted on: 12 May 2016

In general, cosmetic procedures are considered elective procedures that are not covered by many insurance companies. However, cosmetic gynecology is closely tied to genital restoration, which can be inspired by medical needs as well as preferences for a certain physical presentation. In some cases, your medical insurance may cover part or all of your cosmetic gynecologist fees.  You Experience Regular Pain Around the Vagina and Perineum  If you have a small perineum, the stretch of tissue between the vagina and anus, then it is possible that you will experience a sensation of tightness, stretching and pain.
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Could A 3D-Printed Jaw Bone Be The Solution To Your Osteoporosis Woes?

Posted on: 10 May 2016

If you've dealt with a "weak" jaw or chin throughout your adult life, you may have contemplated cosmetic surgery at various points but written off this option due to the expense and potential pain of elective surgery. However, concerns about your outer appearance may be rendered insignificant by the revelation that you suffer from osteoporosis that affects the bone in your jaw and chin. Left untreated, this loss of jaw bone density could cause your teeth to fall out or accelerate the advancement of gum disease while continuing to compromise your appearance.
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