Posts From March, 2016

Here Comes the Sun: How Much Is Good For You?

With springtime and warmer weather come sunnier days and more daily sun exposure. We know that UV rays can lead to sun damage and skin cancer, but some sun exposure is essential for our health. New research, however, examines the beneficial effects of sun exposure. A Swedish study of almost 30,000 women indicates that thoseRead More

All Labia Are Not The Same: Options For Labiaplasty

There is a wide range of normal anatomic variants of labia minora appearance. The length, width, thickness, and coloring of the labia are quite variable and yet all may still be considered normal. Women of a wide range of ages, from adolescence to postmenopausal stage, may be dissatisfied with some aspect of their labia andRead More

Plastic Surgery In Young Patients: Less Is More

In younger patients, such as teenagers and young adults, plastic surgery may offer options for improving certain aspects of their appearance. In this group of patients, it is even more important to fully discuss their motives and expectations. Many physical changes occur during adolescence as part of puberty, with adult characteristics begin to form andRead More

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