surgery

Selfie Filters Leading Many To Seek Out Plastic Surgery

While more professional photographers work to stop editing imperfections out of photographs, it appears some people are seeking help from plastic surgeons to look more like their selfies. A newly coined term, Snapchat dysmorphia, is an growing trend that has medical professional very concerned...
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Belly Button Surgeries Are Growing In Popularity

There isn't any part of your body that you can't have modified to suit your tastes. Plastic surgeons say the demand for an umbilicoplasty, or belly button surgery has doubled in recent years with a 12% increase from last year! The ideal belly button is an oval that's vertically-oriented and...
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More Men Visiting Plastic Surgeons To Get A "Macho Mouth"

No longer taboo, more men are going under the knife for tummy tucks, face lifts and Botox. A growing trend in Miami is "Macho Mouth", a procedures that make their lips plumper without looking feminine. Dr. Rian Maercks, a surgeon from Miami, Florida, tweaks the base of a person's nose and plumps up...
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The Liquid Nose Job

Although we found out last week the nose and lips are the least attractive parts of the face , we spend a lot of time and money of perfecting them to make ourselves feel better. However many people are opting out of the traditional nose job and going for what is being called a liquid nose job...
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Plastic Surgery To Create Dimples Is Growning

If you’ve always wanted dimples you are in luck! One of the fastest growing plastic surgery procedures is all about your smile and in particular a dimpleplasty. One report says plastic surgeons have seen almost a tripling in the number of millennial-aged patients coming forward asking for the...
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Surgeons Can Stop Spreading Germs How?!

The Daily Mail claims a new study by the University of Washington says surgeons can stop the spread of germs by operating naked instead of wearing surgical gowns. Lead researcher Patchen Dellinger tells the paper, "In terms of shedding bacteria into the air, naked people shed less bacteria than...
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Hospitals Running Dangerously Low On Baking Soda Supplies

Baking soda could be considered the Macgyver of everyday life. From removing stains on countertops to whitening your teeth to baking cakes. But baking soda is also used in an array of medical practices from chemotherapy to open heatr surgery and reverse poisionings. Although t seem splentyful in...
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New Study Says Contact Lens Wearers Should Stop Using Them After 10 Years

More than 30 million Americans wear contact lenses to correct their vision. With such a large amount of people wearing contacts, there are many who do not follow the recommended regime on care laid out by their doctors. That is why the findings on a new study say that contact wearers generally have...
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An Operatign Room Fire Caused By Patient's Passing of Wind

A normal operation turned into an inferno that left a patient burned and the operating room smoldering last April in a Tokyo, Japan hospital last April. It occurred when Doctors were using a laser on the patient’s cervix. All was going well when a fire erupted in the operating room. Investigators...
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