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Is a Breast Lift Surgery Worth It?

As time goes on, life can take a toll on your body: you could get wrinkles, you could find it harder to lose weight, and your breasts could begin to sag (an undesired side effect of gravity). At some point, you may want to consider Orlando breast lift surgery to enhance your figure, smooth your …

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Liposuction: The Solution to Permanently Eliminating Stubborn Fat Deposits

Liposuction, which permanently removes fat from the body, is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures performed in the United States. Many patients opt for Orlando liposuction following complaints about stubborn fat deposits that don’t respond to diet and exercise. A recent study published in the official journal of American Society of Plastic Surgeons indicated …

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Are You a Candidate for a Breast Augmentation?

Women who are unhappy with their breast size or symmetry often opt for an Orlando breast augmentation. If you’ve hesitated about getting implants because you aren’t sure if you’d be a good candidate, take the quiz below, and follow-up with the Orlando Plastic Surgery Center with any additional questions. Everyone who wants an augmentation wants …

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Do Breast Implants Affect Mammograms?

We’re well out of the month of October (Breast Cancer Awareness month), but for most women, breast cancer is on your mind beyond “Pinktober.” It’s important to be vigilant and catch breast cancer early, and the most common way to do that is by getting a mammogram. A fairly common question among those that have …

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Orlando Cosmetic Surgery Recovery Tips

Orlando cosmetic surgery is a multi-pronged process. First, you have to decide what you’d like to have done. Next, you’ll need to locate a trustworthy, experienced cosmetic surgeon and discuss what procedure is right for you. Finally, you’ll have the surgery. But you still aren’t done: you’ll also need a post-op plan. Recovering from cosmetic …

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