Treating Acne Scars

 

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Acne is a common and bothersome irritation in most people around the world at some point in their lives. While acne may be cleared up with over the counter or prescription treatments, the scars left behind are an unwanted consequence. Even when acne pimples or cysts are not picked at or bothered, they can often…

Eliminating Crow’s Feet

 

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Botox has now been approved by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration for temporary improvement of the appearance of crow’s feet. Crow’s feet are known as the lines around the outside corner of the eyes, and are often one of the first skin aging signs on the face. Botox has been used by doctors…

Teen Acne

 

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Blame it on hormones. Blame it on skin changes. Blame it on oily skin, or overly dry skin. But almost all teens get acne. Pimples are pus filled bumps that pop up on the face, neck, back, chest, and shoulders. While acne is not a serious health condition, severe acne can cause scarring and can…

Rosacea Treatment

 

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Rosacea is a skin condition that affects the facial skin in millions of people. For many people suffering from rosacea, the embarrassment of going out into public is a huge factor that must be dealt with. Severe breakouts can cause redness and pimples on the nose, chin, and cheeks that cannot be hidden with foundation…

Breast Cyst Aspirations

 

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In many cases when a mammogram, physical examination or other diagnostic tool detects a lump in a woman’s breast, the patient’s doctor will order the lump to be aspirated to determine if the lump is a cyst or another type of growth.  Lumps that are “cystic” contain fluid, which when removed during the aspiration procedure,…

Ultrasound Breast Biopsy

 

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In many cases when a mammogram or other diagnostic tool detects an abnormal area in a woman’s breast, the patient’s doctor will order a biopsy of the suspicious area to determine if the nature of the abnormal growth.  As many of today’s diagnostic tools are able to detect growths much earlier than before, often these…

Sun Spots Skin Treatment

 

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One of the things that many people experience, after many years of over exposure to the sun, is sun spots, which are also known as actinic keratoses.  The characteristics of sunspots include dry reddish brown bumps on the skin, as well an uneven skin color.  Sun spots are caused by the excessive exposure to UV…

Psoriasis Treatment

 

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Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that impacts the quality of life for thousands of people with the condition.   Common symptoms include patches of inflammation, which are usually red and are covered with silvery scales.  In most people, the impacted areas usually occur on the elbows, knees, lower back and scalp, although in some cases…

Tumescent Liposuction

 

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Liposuction is a very common cosmetic surgical procedure used to remove unwanted fat and sculpt the body of the patient.  In general, there are two types of liposuction available, the first is traditional liposuction, where the patient is under a general anesthetic and he second is tumescent liposuction or liposculpture, where the procedure is done…

Botox Treatment

 

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Although aging is a fact of life there are a number of methods to combat the noticeable effects of aging on the face.  These methods include a number of plastic surgery procedures that target either the entire face or neck, as well as other procedures that address the mouth, eye area, lips and the brow. …