Recovery Tips for Timely Healing after Breast Augmentation

31st Aug 2021

Breast Augmentation Breast augmentation, also known as augmentation mammoplasty, can be a cosmetic procedure or a reconstructive procedure in the case of breast reconstruction surgery. The procedure involves implants being inserted beneath the breasts to enlarge them. The implant type and size depends on factors such as how much bigger you want your breasts to be, your breast anatomy, skin thickness and elasticity, and body type.
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Living With Scars and How To Manage Healing

5th Aug 2021

So What Causes Surgical Scars? According to Very Well Health, whenever the skin sustains damage, there is the possibility of scarring. For example, as a child, skinning your knee repeatedly may result in a scar that lasts a lifetime. The same is true of surgery—even cosmetic surgery—regardless of the skill of your surgeon. Making an incision, which typically requires cutting through all of the layers of the skin, can r
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All About Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tucks)

14th Jul 2021

Abdominoplasty or a 'tummy tuck' is cosmetic or reconstructive surgery. It is used to tighten muscles that have become loose or split following pregnancy, or to remove fat and extra loose skin from the abdomen after massive weight loss. In most cases, abdominoplasty will: restore weakened or separated muscles help alleviate pain improve bladder function reduce itching and skin infections caused by excess skin chan
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What is a Mummy Makeover?

7th Jul 2021

A Mummy Makeover incorporates different plastic surgery procedures into a single operation and can help a woman restore her body to its pre-pregnancy state or even improve on it. Those nine months can take a toll on the body, leaving loose abdominal muscles, sagging breasts and unwanted bulges that don’t seem to go away even with diet and exercise. The Mummy Makeover can address all these concerns in one operation, allowing women to achieve their full results
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What is Lymphoedema?

2nd Jun 2021

Lymphoedema is characterised by swelling of certain parts of the body, caused by problems with the lymphatic system . Any part of the body can be affected by lymphoedema, but it tends to target the arms and legs.  Around 300,000 Australians will experience lymphoedema at any given time. Normally, fluid and proteins leak into the body tissues regularly from the blood. This
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