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Should I Remove My Textured Breast Implants?

Posted September 05, 2019 in Breast Implant

With the recent recall on Allergan™ textured implants, many patients may feel lost or confused about what to do about their breast implants. Should you get your breast implants removed? Replaced? Should you leave them in? We have created a comprehensive guide to the recent Allergan™ news to help you figure out if your breast […]

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Daily Healthy Habits to Preserve Naturally Youthful Skin

Posted August 27, 2019 in Skin Care

Naturally youthful, soft, healthy skin is a common desire of most people, but it can be a challenge to achieve. Genetics, environment, stress, daily habits, gravity, and other internal and external forces can impact the appearance and texture of your skin. Our team in Williamsville, NY, has created a comprehensive list below of daily habits […]

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What Is Gynecomastia Surgery?

Posted August 08, 2019 in Gynecomastia

When men experience enlargement of the breast tissue, it is known as gynecomastia, which can appear during youth or develop as they age. Some males find their swollen breasts embarrassing, and they become self-conscious about their chest. These feelings can result in refusing to go shirtless when they go swimming, experiencing a reduced sex drive, […]

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Breast Augmentation Recovery Guide

Posted July 15, 2019 in Breast Augmentation

After breast augmentation surgery, it takes time for your breasts to recover and settle. But with our busy lives, most women are looking to get back to their usual routine as quickly as possible. Here are some tips for a quicker, more comfortable recovery and information on what to expect after your procedure. The First […]

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Can Rhinoplasty Improve Nasal Function?

Posted July 02, 2019 in Rhinoplasty

Getting a nose job, which is also known as a rhinoplasty, can significantly change the shape and size of your nose. But what about patients who simply want to breathe easier? Having an overly large turbinate (the vessels, tissue, and bones that create the nasal passageways), a deviated septum, or nostrils that are too small […]

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