Liposuction: Preparing For This Popular Cosmetic Procedure

Liposuction, or lipoplasty, is the most frequently performed surgical procedure performed in the United States starting in 2013, beating out breast augmentation for the first time in history. Its purpose is to reduce the appearance of unsightly bulges and help people get a slim physique. The most common areas where people receive liposuction is the abdomen, buttocks, and back, as well as the thighs, upper arms, neck, face, knees, calves, and other areas. Read More 

Stay Healthy After Weight Loss Surgery: 3 Easy Tips

If you are going to undergo weight loss surgery and you worried about how you will keep the weight off once it's gone, there are some things you can plan ahead of time so you don't fall of the wagon. There are people and resources out there to help you stay healthy. You want to have a list of restrictions and dietary limitations in advance, so you can plan your meals and exercise routines in advance. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Duodenal Switch Surgery

It's been a widely accepted and tragic fact of life that there's no cure for type two diabetes. However, with a surgery that's gaining traction in the United States and boasting a 98% "cure" rate, that widely accepted fact might soon be a relic of the past. If you have type two diabetes, whether your BMI is high or low, duodenal switch surgery is a procedure you may want to learn more about -- so here's what you need to know. Read More 

Neck Lift Procedures For A Tightened, Youthful Appearance

If you have reached a certain age and have begun to notice loose skin in the neck area or extra fat beneath the chin, you may have attempted to remedy the issue with neck exercises or overnight creams, only to find that the results are not what you'd hoped for. While wearing turtlenecks or scarves may help to camouflage the neck, this age-old beauty trick only usually works during the winter months. Read More