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What Is Breast Augmentation?
Answer date: 08 November 2016 | Asked by: sara
Breast augmentation is an invasive surgery that increases or restores the size of the breasts or significantly alters their shape. It’s typically done to enhance a naturally small bust, as part of reconstruction following mastectomy, or in combination with a lift on breasts that have sagged due to weight loss, pregnancy, or aging. “The intended result is a size and shape that you feel comfortably and naturally fits your body,” says Augmentation can be performed using silicone or saline breast implants or through fat transfer
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What Happens During a Breast Reduction Procedure?
Answer date: 15 December 2016 | Asked by: jully12
Doctor responses: Breast reduction surgery typically takes between two and three hours. You’ll be put under using general anesthesia. Your surgeon will likely make three different incisions per breast to remove excess tissue, fat, and skin. The skin located above the nipple will be used to reshape the breast, and liposuction may be used to contour the new shape. Typically, the nipples and areolas remain attached to underlying tissue. This means you should retain sensation and the ability to breastfeed following surgery. Breast reduction may be an inpatient or outpatient procedure. If the former, you will likely spend one night at the hospital or surgical facility. If the latter, you will need someone to drive you home and monitor your recovery for the first one to two days post-op.
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How Should I Prepare for Breast Reduction?
Answer date: 15 December 2016 | Asked by: Emilli
Doctor responses: If you have a family history of breast cancer, your doctor may recommend a pre-op mammogram, followed by another mammogram following surgery. (Some doctors recommend this occur a few months post-op while others may wait a year.) This will help detect any changes in your breast tissue. Breast reduction surgery does not increase your risk of developing breast cancer. If you smoke, plan to stop well in advance of your surgery date. You will also be advised to stop taking aspirin and certain anti-inflammatory drugs that may increase bleeding. Your doctor may advise you to exercise or change your diet before surgery. “I recommend to all of my patients to get in the best possible shape they can prior to their surgery.This includes losing weight, if they are overweight, stopping smoking, and exercising. The more you can do before surgery, the better your results and healing.
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What causes diabetes?
Answer date: 22 December 2016 | Asked by: bob
Health care providers do not yet know what causes diabetes. The following factors may increase your chance of getting diabetes: Family history of diabetes African-American, Hispanic, Native American or Asian-American race or ethnic background Being overweight Age (Chances increase with age) Taking certain medicines Being pregnant Pregnancy puts extra stress on a woman's body that causes some women to develop diabetes. Blood sugar levels often return to normal after childbirth. Yet, women who get diabetes during pregnancy have an increased chance of developing diabetes later in life.
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What Is Breast Reduction Surgery?
Answer date: 22 December 2016 | Asked by: john
Breast reduction surgery is in an invasive procedure that removes fat, skin, and tissue while lifting the breasts. The result is a more streamlined, younger-looking bust. The most common method of reducing breast volume requires three incisions: one around the areola (a periareolar incision), another running vertically from the bottom of the areola to the crease underneath the breast, and a third following the natural line of the breast crease. The surgeon removes the excess tissue and fat through these incisions before lifting the nipple and areola to a higher position. The size of the areola may also be reduced, and liposuction might be used to adjust the contour.
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What is a Breast Lift?
Answer date: 27 December 2016 | Asked by: Ema
A breast lift restores a firmer, perkier, and more aesthetically pleasing shape to sagging breasts. This not only can improve a patient’s appearance by restoring her youthful, feminine proportions, but also help bras and swimsuits fit more comfortably and attractively. By removing excess, stretched out skin, reshaping the breast tissue, and raising the nipple & areola into a more forward position, a cosmetic surgeon can create a more youthful breast contour. Stretched, large areolae can also be reduced during breast lift surgery, creating an overall better proportioned, natural looking breast.
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What is conscious sedation?
Answer date: 27 December 2016 | Asked by: Eric
Conscious sedation is a safe, proven and painless anesthetic procedure. Preferable to gas-induced general anesthesia with its debilitating side-affects, this form of sedation allows patients to leave the Nose Clinic within hours of the surgery. In addition, it causes less bruising and swelling and promotes swifter healing. This means that the exciting results are revealed more quickly. What if my nose is not the only reason for my unhappiness about my face? Although the nose sometimes looks too big for the face, the real problem may be a receding chin. The best way to resolve this imbalance? A nose enhancement coupled with a chin augmentation.
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What is the difference between face lifts, upper and lower face lifts, mini-lifts, and neck lifts?
Answer date: 09 January 2017 | Asked by: linda
When plastic surgeons discuss facelifts among ourselves, we’re referring to a procedure that has an impact on the cheeks, jowl and neck. It requires incisions placed in front of and behind the ear. A neck lift addresses neck skin redundancy or deformity, and involves an incision behind the ear and usually beneath the chin.
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What are the risks of face lifting ?
Answer date: 09 January 2017 | Asked by: jerry
Facelifts are safe if performed by a well-trained physician competent in evaluation, judgment and surgical technique. Like any surgery, facelift procedures carry some risks. Infection is possible but rarely occurs because of the face’s abundant blood supply. Bleeding in the postoperative period may result in hematomas, which can require returns to the operating room to evacuate. Healing is usually uneventful unless a patient is a smoker, and nerve damage is usually temporary. The incidence of these risks relate closely to the surgeon’s skills. However, these remain small but real risks even in the best surgeon’s operating room.
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Am I depleting my store of eggs by undergoing an art cycle?
Answer date: 17 January 2017 | Asked by: rose
A woman is born with a full complement of eggs. There are far more eggs than will ever be used during a normal lifetime and ART procedures have no measurable “lowering” effects.
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How do you decide how many embryos to transfer?
Answer date: 17 January 2017 | Asked by: jennifer
Your physician will discuss this with you at the time of consent signing, but we usually follow the recommendations of The American Society for Reproductive Medicine guidelines: Under 34 years old = 1-2 embryos 35-37 years of age = 2-3 embryos 38-40 years of age = 3 embryos These numbers may vary depending on individual diagnosis and clinical circumstance.



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