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Cosmetic Surgery Times eNews

Cosmetic Surgery Times eNews


March 8, 2012


Surgeons shy away from migraine procedures

Ann Arbor, Mich. — Though it’s known that a simple plastic surgery procedure can help some migraine headache sufferers, relatively few U.S. plastic surgeons are performing it, a new study reports. » More


Indian American rhinoplasties need studied approach

Arlington Heights, Ill. — A recently released report suggests that as more Indian Americans seek rhinoplasties, plastic surgeons will have to become more aware of certain surgical, cultural and aesthetic differences that could affect such procedures. » More


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UK surgeons use fat transfer to repair skull injury

London — In the first procedure of its kind in the U.K., surgeons have used a man’s own body fat to repair a part of his skull that had to be removed after a 25-foot fall. » More


Aussies outspend Americans on cosmetic procedures

Sydney, Australia — Results of a recent survey show that Australians are spending nearly 40 percent more per capita on cosmetic procedures — both surgical and noninvasive — than Americans. » More

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