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hand rejuvenation surgery

The Benefits of Hand Rejuvenation

Age and illness can do a number on the human body. Age and illness can cause wrinkles, scars, and can leave the overall appearance of looking tired or old. The good news is something can be done about it. Gone are the days when individuals had to live with an unwanted or “tired” appearance. Today advances in medicine and technology have made Palm Beach plastic surgery possible.

So how can plastic surgery help the appearance of aging or unwanted fat? One service that is available with select plastic surgeons and practices is fat transfer, or also known as hand rejuvenation. One of the most common occurrences due to aging is the loss of fat near the hands, leaving individuals with almost a skeletal appearance. The process of fat transfer involves taking fat tissue from other areas of the body where fat is typically stored, such as the hips, jaw, or abdomen, and “transfers” it to the hands, leaving a more younger, fresh, and healthy appearance.

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J-Lift

How Can a J-Lift Make You Look Younger?

Most people, at some point in their lives, have heard of a face lift…or maybe even have had one. Face lifts are common among middle-aged women who want to look and feel younger. Face lifts are a surgical procedure that involve making a slight incision by the ears and pulling the muscles and skin tighter, leaving a patient with smoother, healthier, and younger looking skin.

What is J-Lift?

So what exactly is a J-Lift? A J-Lift is a type of face lift that is preferred by many patients looking for plastic surgery West Palm Beach. It is also known as “facial rejuvenation”, and is a natural procedure involving little to no plastic supplements and little recovery time. In fact, many J-Lift procedures don’t even require the use of general anesthesia.The J-Lift procedure is ideal for patients who are looking for a smoother, younger complexion. Not only does the J-Lift take care of all that, it also gets rid the appearance of “turkey waddle neck”, which often comes with shifts in weight and age.

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plastic surgery men

How Plastic Surgery Can Benefit Men

When we think “plastic surgery”, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Plastic surgery is most common among middle-aged women, who look to plastic surgery procedures for face lifts and rejuvenation techniques and even liposuction procedures. Surprisingly, however, plastic surgery procedures have grown more popular among men over the last several years.

Studies recently conducted and released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) indicate that more men are undergoing plastic surgery procedures today than ever before. Face lifts for men rose 14 percent and male liposuction increased 7 percent in 2010 alone. Also, 2010 ASPS statistics show that men underwent more than 1.1 million cosmetic procedures, both levels of complexity including minor and major surgical procedures.

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What is a Turkey Wattle Neck?

Have you ever heard someone refer to their neck or another’s neck as “turkey wattle neck”? Even if you have never heard of it, it does not sound like a good thing, does it?  Our Jupiter and West Palm Beach Plastic Surgery center hears the question a lot. Turkey wattle neck refers to the fat that hangs below the face and collects at the neck. As people age, this might become a real problem, and appear very unattractive. Luckily, there is a way to avoid it and a way to get rid of it: a face lift.

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Top 5 Plastic Surgery Procedures

Have you ever considered plastic surgery? Plastic surgery might have a negative stereotype for some, but for others, it has changed their lives. While plastic surgery can certainly enhance certain features and areas on the human body, it can also be a cure for aging, scars, stretch marks, and other reconstruction procedures. In fact, West Palm Beach has some of the finest and most experienced plastic surgery physicians in the area. Here are the top five trending plastic surgery procedures.

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