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  1. Crouzon syndrome causes a severely deformed upper face among children suffering from it.Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Times of Oman

    ... Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery, Dr Gagan Sabharwal, Maxillofacial Surgeon, and Dr Amitabh Singh, Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery, performed the complex surgery in February this year. "Crouzon syndrome is characterised by distinctive malformations of the ...

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  2. Morning Rounds: Supplements, medical tourism, cosmetic surgeryRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | CBS News

    CBS News contributor Dr. Tara Narula and her husband, plastic surgeon Dr. David Cangell, join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss dangerous ingredients that are found in dietary supplements sold around the country and the health risks of traveling abroad for medical care.

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  3. Hair Transplant Surgeon in Delhi for Effective and Best Hair TransplantRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | PR Log

    Besthairtrasnplant.com, one of India's leading and renowned clinic for hair loss surgery in Delhi offers different types of hair transplant procedures making it possible for many to regain their hair growth. VASANT VIHAR, India - July 30, 2016 - PRLog -- Hair loss is a common problem which has affected the lives of millions of people across the globe.

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  4. Iggy Azalea covers up her ample assets as she jets out of Sydney...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    ... having cosmetic procedures' Not shy: Since then, the Los Angeles-based star has been incredibly open about plastic surgery and how thrilled she is with the work she's had done Since then, the Los Angeles-based star has been incredibly open about ...

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  5. Rising Trend of Male Chin Implants Highlights the Increasingly...Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Beverly Hills Physicians comments on a recent article that chin implant procedures sought out by men points to the power of social media and the reality that today's men are more willing than ever to invest in their appearance. The increase in the number of men seeking to enhance their physical features points to the growing acceptance of plastic surgery as they become more conscious of their appearance, largely thanks to today's ever-present high technology.

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  6. Americans love technology, but do we want it inside our bodies?Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    It's clear from our screen-obsessed society that people love technology. But how do we feel about implanting new technology into our own bodies? Do people who never let their smartphone out of their grip necessarily want a chip in their brains? The answer is complicated, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center.

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  7. Katie Price on how she's 'learned to love her scars' after she has her eighth boob jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Record

    She once described her body as "a patchwork quilt" because of all the cosmetic surgery she has had, but finally, after her eighth boob job, Katie Price has learned to love her scars. The 38-year-old mum-of-five, who had her first boob job at 18, says: "I don't care that I've got scars, I'm proud of my body.

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  8. Carbon fiber lightens medical laser chassisRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Composites Technology

    Qualified international subscribers can receive full issues of High-Performance Composites and Composites Technology delivered in a convenient and interactive digital magazine format. Read at your convenience on your desktop or mobile device.

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  9. 6-yr-old Omani girl treated for genetic disorder in DelhiRead the original story

    Yesterday | Newkerala.com

    New Delhi, July 29 : A six-year-old girl from Oman who developed a rare genetic disorder, characterised by distinctive malformation of the skull and facial region, has been given a new lease of life after a breakthrough surgery at a Delhi hospital. According to doctors at Fortis Healthcare, Lyaan came with a condition called Crouzon syndrome -- a rare genetic disorder found one in 60,000 live births and suffered with a severely deformed upper part of the face.

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  10. Kybella Treatments at Palm Beach Plastic Surgery PracticeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    Facial plastic surgeon and Ear Nose and Throat Specialist Dr. Michael Schwartz announced that Palm Beach Face in Palm Beach, Florida, would offer the new FDA-approved Kybella non-surgical treatment for the elimination of chin fat. This revolutionary and injectable treatment effectively dissolves unwanted fat under the chin.

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  11. Global Stem Cells Group Subsidiary Adimarket Announces Progenikinea ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    Adimarket, a subsidiary of Global Stem Cells Group, Inc., has announced that Progenikinea , the new and approved SVF closed system kit using EmCyte technology, is now available to purchase online through the Adimarket website. The Progenikine kit contains all the elements necessary to process adipose tissue and obtain stromal vascular fraction in a closed environment.

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  12. Study highlights more barriers to breast reconstruction than previously thoughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Medical News

    Women were less likely to have breast reconstruction surgery after mastectomy if they had Medicaid or Medicare rather than private insurance or if they lived 10 or more miles from a plastic surgeon's office, a University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center study has found. Researchers said the findings, published in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery , highlight additional barriers to breast reconstruction alongside other obstacles that have been identified including race, socioeconomic class and age.

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  13. Heidi Montag: 'I was in way over my head with plastic surgeries'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stuff.co.nz

    The 29-year-old became obsessed with cosmetic surgery in her early 20s, and in 2010 she underwent 10 operations in one day, but the former star of The Hills soon realised she had made a big mistake, and when the post-op pain became unbearable, she had her size F breast implants removed in 2013. "They were so heavy they were falling through the skin," she said.

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  14. Insurance, distance to care can be barriers to breast reconstructionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PhysOrg Weblog

    Women were less likely to have breast reconstruction surgery after mastectomy if they had Medicaid or Medicare rather than private insurance or if they lived 10 or more miles from a plastic surgeon's office, a University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center study has found. Researchers said the findings, published in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery , highlight additional barriers to breast reconstruction alongside other obstacles that have been identified including race, socioeconomic class and age.

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  15. Janice Dickinson Plans to Keep Her Implants Amid Breast Cancer BattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | People

    ... to New York City plastic surgeon Barry M. Weintraub, MD, FACS, a diplomat for the American Board of Plastic Surgery, it's generally better to leave breast implants in during breast cancer treatment, though it depends on the location of the tumor, ...

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  16. Kim Zolciak of 'Real Housewives' admits to Botox, lip fillersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | UPI

    The 38-year-old former Real Housewives of Atlanta star admitted to having Botox and lip fillers in an interview with daughter Brielle Biermann for TMZ , but denied having more invasive procedures. "I haven't done plastic surgery.

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  17. Many Americans Fear New Digital Divide With Biomedical TechnologyRead the original story

    Thursday | US News & World Report

    Medical technologies are coming that can cure or prevent terrible diseases, or give people superhuman health and intelligence through gene editing or bio-mechanical brain implants. Many Americans, however, fear a medical treatment gap will eventually grow between the wealthy who can afford these experimental, life-saving technologies and the poor who cannot, according to a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center.

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  18. San Lorenzo: Supporters help family rebuild after fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Inside Bay Area

    ... were so deep, Marisela Zepeda said her daughter's body and skin must first heal before she can undergo plastic surgery. The American Red Cross will likely provide counseling service for the family, especially for Paula, who suffers from nightmares ...

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  19. Glamour model Alicia Douvall regrets taking her cosmetic surgery 'too far'Read the original story

    Thursday | Evening Times

    Glamour model Alicia Douvall has said she took plastic surgery "too far" and does not want her daughters to do the same. The former Celebrity Big Brother housemate and self-confessed cosmetic surgery addict has admitted to spending an estimated A 1 million on hundreds of cosmetic procedures and treatments over the past two decades.

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  20. Advances in Treating Acne ScarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Health News Digest

    ... ew Jersey, offering highly experienced physicians in the fields of cosmetic and laser dermatology as well as plastic surgery and state-of-the-art medical technologies. www.

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