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Archive for February, 2013

Global Cosmetic Surgery Expected to Grow by a Margin of 10 Percent in 2013

According to report findings from IMCAS, the global market for cosmetic surgery procedures is expected to increase by a margin of 10 percent come 2013. The report from the French-based forum for dermatologists and plastic surgeons indicates that this is almost the exact growth rate recorded in the previous year (2012). In 2012, surgical procedures

G-Spot or O-Spot Amplification Surgery

How far would your go to have the perfect sex life? You would probably make a trip to a sexy lingerie store or even read up about the latest moves to spice things up a little. But would you be willing to actually have an invasive procedure that claims to have great results? Surprisingly, many

America tops the global chart for plastic surgery procedures

America still tops the list when it comes to plastic surgery. However, according to a recent survey carried out, it was discovered that South Korea is not so far behind as it has the highest number of procedures in terms of population percentage with 1 out of 77 people having undergone cosmetic surgery. According to

Is Breast Lift Surgery and Implants in One Operation Safe?

The January issue of Plastic and Reconstructive surgery, the official magazine of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, alleges that breast lift surgery that includes implants may be performed safely in one operation. A study was done on 430 breast lift surgery procedures during the time period 2005-2009. Breast augmentation with implants was performed at

Vampire Lift: Restoring Facial Youthfulness

The Vampire Face Lift is a new cosmetic procedure that has become very popular, not only locally but also among the “Hollywood crowd”. Kim Kardasian had it done and now it seems like everyone in the Hollywood circuit wants to have a Vampire Face Lift. During the Vampire lift procedure, a sample of your blood

Short Telomeres Shown to Cause Heart Disease

Telomeres are the end part of our genes. They can be considered the “time keepers” of our DNA, plus help to repair our DNA to keep it healthy. As we get older, our cells divide and when they divide, their telomeres get a little shorter every division. After a number of divisions, as you age,