Rhinoplasty Surgery | Before & After | Dr. Babak Azizzadeh

Rhinoplasty Surgery | Before & After | Dr. Babak Azizzadeh
http://www.rhinoplastynet.com/rhinoplasty.html In this video, Dr. Babak Azizzadeh discusses a primary rhinoplasty performed on a female patient. This video shows the amazing before and after transformation, as well as clips of the actual rhinoplasty procedure! Dr. Azizzadeh’s rhinoplasty techniques result in a natural looking appearance and little scarring. He is a board-certified facial plastic & reconstructive surgeon who is known for his minimally invasive rhinoplasty technique.

For more information on primary rhinoplasty, contact the Institute for Rhinoplasty & Nasal Reconstruction at 310-657-2203 today!

New Government review into cosmetic surgery

New Government review into cosmetic surgery
A major review into cosmetic surgery is being launched in the UK in light of the breast implant scandal.
It was requested by the British Health Secretary and it could lead to tighter regulation of the industry.
Melanie Schilling was one of the 47,000 British women believed to have been given the PIP implants, which were filled with industrial, rather than medical-grade, silicon.
The implants made by the now-defunct French company Poly Implant Prothese were pulled from the market last year in several countries amid fears they could rupture and leak silicone into the body.
Melanie says that she trusted her surgeon at the time:
” You do your research. You research the clinic, you research the surgeon, you think about how much many you are spending you look into it like that but you don’t actually think about the product because you assume that is what they are going to put right because that’s the product they are going to use, so you trust them.”
Now a major review in to the cosmetic surgery industry has been ordered by the UK government.
NHS medical director, Sir Bruce Keogh, who will lead the inquiry, says he fears many people do not realise such procedures can have lifelong implications.
Keogh previously assessed the danger posed to women by the faulty implants on behalf of the government and concluded that the faulty French-made breast implants do not pose any long-term health problems to women even if they rupture.
He studied the 240,000 implants of differing brands that have been given to 130,000 women in England and looked at data from other countries including France and Australia.
Keogh found that studies showed the PIP implants were more likely to rupture than other brands, but do not pose a long-term risk to the health of the women who have them.
He said repeated tests in several countries showed that the implants are not toxic.
Keogh advises any woman in the UK who had possible symptoms of a rupture, such as tenderness, soreness or lumpiness, should first see her family doctor who would then refer her to a specialist.
UK Health Minister Andrew Lansley has asked that the review considers a national implant register, making it routine practice for surgeons to register all devices – from breast implants to hip replacements.
The register could be used to detect trends and identify individual patients.
Clinics could also be required to join a scheme similar to that run by the travel industry, meaning patients would have protection if a company went bust.
The review could also recommend a tightening of the rules on anti-ageing dermal fillers.
At the moment, they only require basic safety checks and can be legally injected by anyone.
A minimum training requirement for cosmetic surgeons could also be introduced.
A new ComRes survey found that 45% of women who said they would have considered surgery before the scare, now said they were less likely to have it.
The body which represents plastic surgeons backs better regulation.
Rajiv Grover, is President Elect of the British Association of Plastic Surgeons.
“I think the things that this report will hopefully highlight is, what BAAPS has been campaigning for for several years is that this is not a commodity. Public please think carefully. This is a surgical operation.”
Countries have differed in how they treat women with the PIP implants.
France has said it will pay for some 30,000 French women to have their implants removed.
The U.K. government has agreed to remove any implants put in by the National Health Service, such as those for cancer patients, but said women who had the surgery done privately have to have those clinics remove the implants.

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How to Heal After Liposuction Surgery and Plastic Surgery Naturally with These 5 Tips

How to Heal After Liposuction Surgery and Plastic Surgery Naturally with These 5 Tips
How to Recover Quickly After Liposuction Surgery, Breast Reduction or Breast Augmentation Surgery and any Plastic Surgery Procedure.

As a Naturopathic Lymphatic Drainage Therapist, my focus is to help enhance and speed up my client’s healing process.

Daily I work with clients who come to me looking to reduce the swelling and bruising from the surgery. I work with both mena nd women of all ages in my local area and have clients who fly in for my work. I also work with professional athletes and Hollywood celebrities.

Some of the top recommendations to speed healing is:
1- Ginger Tea (2-3 cups a day)
2 – Arnica cream (topical application constant)
3- Bromelain – 2-3x doses each day
4. Dry Skin Brushing 1-2x daily

Check out more of my videos:

How to Minimize Breast Cancer Risk

DIY Dry Skin Tutorial

The Deodorant Debate:

Liver Detox Juicing Recipe

How to Address the Root Cause of IBS, Chron’s Disease, Colitis and Gut Imbalance

How to Detoxify Your Body and Move Your Lymphatic System

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Can I Get Sinus Surgery During a Rhinoplasty?

Can I Get Sinus Surgery During a Rhinoplasty?
How do you know if your sinuses need addressing? If you experience frequent headaches, sinus pressure and recurrent sinus infections, it would be wise to have your sinuses looked at.

Addressing the sinuses at the same time as a rhinoplasty, or other cosmetic procedure around the nose, is actually a very common practice!

For one, you’re already under anesthesia. And adding sinus surgery to your procedure does not change the recovery time significantly.

And actually, healthy sinuses help prevent the chance of postoperative infection following rhinoplasty.

There are many benefits to address your sinuses if you plan on a rhinoplasty procedure. As a dually board certified Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) surgeon, I am uniquely qualified to help with both the outside and inside of the nose.

For more information about sinus surgery, visit my website: http://drundavia.com/services/nose-surgery/sinus-surgery.aspx

Cosmetic Surgery For Your Feet – Dr Moore KHOU.com

Cosmetic Surgery For Your Feet – Dr Moore KHOU.com
Shern-Min Chow from KHOU, Channel 11 news and her camera man did a great job on this cosmetic foot surgery piece. Had a great time and most importantly two of my patients were able to explain their stories. Best part of being a foot and ankle surgeon are the thankful patients and great outcomes. The link on their website is: http://www.khou.com/video/featured-videos/Cosmetic-surgery-for-your-feet–258829301.html

Case 21, Video 1: Revision liposuction of thighs. Pre-op marking.

Case 21, Video 1: Revision liposuction of thighs. Pre-op marking.
Revision liposuction of thighs by Dr Arthur Tjandra of Elixir de Vie Indonesia. This patient had gone to another doctor for whole body liposuction using ultrasound-assisted liposuction (VASER) involving the arms, abdomen and thighs before coming to us for revision surgery to address the complications. In this series of videos, we show typical complications caused by ultrasound-assisted liposuction and how we correct those complications.