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Can Facial Implants Move out of Place?

Many decades ago, cosmetic surgery was a relatively taboo subject, and only associated with the rich and famous of Hollywood, and the very well-off aging population. These days, however, people of all ages, genders, and nationalities turn to cosmetic surgery to be more comfortable in their own skin, and some of the most common procedures asked for are facial implants. These implants are typically used to modify the chin, cheekbones, and nose. As one of the most oft-requested procedures, facial implants also come with a lot of questions. One of the most common of which is, “Can my implant shift out of place?” Of course we understand the concern. Who wants to be seen walking around town with a crooked chin or nose? It’s our hope however that our answer will reassure you this is an extremely rare possibility. Can my facial implant shift out of place? The short answer is yes. With that being said, let us reassure you that there’s a very slim chance of this ever happening. Facial implants are one of the safest and least-invasive procedures in cosmetic surgery, and under normal circumstances, your implant will stay in place. With that being said, there is a chance that an implant will shift if it is forced…


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Deep Medical Chemical Peels before Tropical Vacations: What ...

Everybody wants to look their best while on vacation, and some people will go to all ends necessary to achieve it. To some, this means getting a hair cut or fresh pedicure, while to others it means getting a base-tan, and even getting dramatic skin treatments. This isn’t always a good idea however, especially when it comes to deep medical chemical peels! Yes, the idea of laying on a beach with a fresh and youthful face thanks to your recent treatment might sound appealing, but getting a chemical peel before your next tropical getaway is highly unadvised by the medical community. Here’s why: The Sun is Your Chemical Peel’s Enemy Most doctors and specialists will suggest that you bring sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat to your treatment so that you don’t have to expose your skin to any sun. It’s of utmost importance that you completely avoid the sun during the week or two after your treatment. If you absolutely must go outdoors, put on the hat, layer on the sunscreen, and make it as quick as possible. Your skin is extremely vulnerable after a deep medical chemical peel, and the risk for sun damage is extremely high. This goes for even those short trips to the grocery store! Heat…


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Do Facial Implants Erode the Bone?

More and more people are electing to implant procedures to correct facial areas that they view as “weak”, or that they simply would like to be more prominent for aesthetic reasons. Two of the most common procedures are chin and cheek bone implants. In almost all instances, these procedures have a dramatic—often stunning—effect that is gratifying for both the surgeon and the patient. Implants are also one of the procedures that raise the most questions—one of the most common of which is, “Will facial implants erode my bones?” If this is a concern of yours going into surgery, you can set your mind at ease. Will facial implants cause bone erosion? The short answer to this question is, “Possibly, but it’s highly unlikely.” There are some (although very few) reports of slight bone erosion following facial implants, which is likely where this concern stems from. With that being said, potential facial implant candidates should find reassurance in the fact that the ratio of surgeons and patients who have not experienced any type of erosion due to implants far outweighs the number of people who have experienced this as a side effect. It’s much more likely that those who do make this complaint are actually experiencing the every day dynamics of…


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Where Can You Get Implants in Your Face?

There are many ways in which cosmetic surgery can be used to change the shape of your face and facial implants are a popular option for their ability to add symmetry and achieve a better balance in one’s features. Implants can be made from synthetic materials, such as silicone, or from tissue harvested from your own body, and can be used to correct a number of aesthetic concerns including: Disproportionately small chins Flat or sunken cheeks Asymmetry of facial features Poor definition of facial features Poorly defined facial contours Many patients find that correcting these issues can lead to greatly improved self-confidence and self-esteem, as well as greater success in both professional and personal aspects of their lives. Chin implants The chin plays a key role in your facial profile, making it a common choice for facial implants. These implants can create a better profile and improve the overall balance and structure of the face, helping both men and women feel more attractive. By strengthening the jawline, chin implants can lessen the effects of aging, minimize the impact of a large nose, and achieve greater symmetry and balance in overall facial profile. These implants are typically made of silastic, a reliable and inexpensive material that is both easy to place…


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How often do I have to get Laser Hair Removal?

Laser hair removal is a popular procedure because it’s a safe and virtually painless method for removing unwanted body hair. Highly effective, most patients experience a permanent reduction in hair growth after only a few treatments. This procedure is most effective during the growth phase of the hair follicle. Because hair follicles move between resting and growth phases, more than one treatment will usually be required in order to affect all of the follicles in a given area. The resting follicles will not be affected by the treatment and patients will have to return in order to target the now-active hair follicles. Patients do not need to wait for hair to grow in before their next session, as follicles will be active long before hair begins to show. However, it is not recommended to undergo laser hair removal treatments too frequently in the same area. The frequency of treatments – and often the number of total treatments required – will depend greatly on the area of your body and the growth rate of your hair. Most patients will find that the face can typically be treated every four weeks, while other parts of the body may require treatment only every six or eight weeks. The average patient will require somewhere…


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