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Dr. Parham Ganchi discusses trends in plastic surgery.
Arm Lift Surgery For Flabby Arms

Arm Lift Surgery For Flabby Arms

What is Arm Lift or ‘Flabby Arm’ Surgery? Arm lift surgery, medically known as brachioplasty, is the procedure performed by a plastic surgeon to remove loose skin and fatty deposits from saggy upper arms. Why Would You Need Arm Lift Surgery? Age, health, heredity,...

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Rhinoplasty For A More Beautiful Face

Rhinoplasty For A More Beautiful Face

Rhinoplasty is one of the most popular cosmetic plastic surgery procedures in the world. When performed by an expert plastic surgeon, the “nose job” can truly refine and beautify the whole face while enhancing breathing. What is Rhinoplasty? One of the most frequently...

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Areola Reduction and Nipple Reduction Surgery

Areola Reduction and Nipple Reduction Surgery

The “nipple” area of the breast is actually composed of two parts, the nipple and the areola. The nipple is the small, pigmented projection in the center of the breast through which milk can flow from a mother to her nursing infant. The area surrounding the nipple,...

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Is Corrugator Muscle Surgery Right for You?

Is Corrugator Muscle Surgery Right for You?

What is Corrugator Muscle Surgery? The word corrugator refers to a muscle known as the corrugator supercilii, one of the three eyelid muscles. It is small, narrow and shaped like a pyramid. This is also known as the “frowning” muscle and is the primary muscle that is...

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Liposuction of the Neck and Chin

Liposuction of the Neck and Chin

What is liposuction? Liposuction, also called lipoplasty, or lipo, is a cosmetic surgery procedure performed to break up and suction fat from any part of the body where it has collected over time. Liposuction permanently removes these fat cells thereby altering the...

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This information is for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as medical advice. Any change in your medical care should be first discussed with your physician.