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Cosmetic Surgery Times eNews

Cosmetic Surgery Times eNews


December 1, 2011


Women over 50 more prone to complications

Baltimore — Women over age 50 appear to be more susceptible than others to complications — particularly infections — following breast reduction surgery. » More


Study: Advertising ethics need improving

Loma Linda, Calif. — A new study suggests that there’s room for improvement when it comes to Internet advertising ethics in the plastic and cosmetic surgery industry, although core specialists were found to have adopted strict guidelines. » More


Breast-feeding has minimal effect on implants

New York — Apprehension about how breast-feeding will affect the appearance of their breasts may be the reason some women with aesthetic implants fail at nursing their babies. » More

FYI ...

13.1 million


Number of cosmetic plastic surgery procedures performed in the United States in 2010

Source: American Society of Plastic Surgeons


Fake doctor injects cement to enhance buttocks

Miami Gardens, Fla. — Police have arrested a 30-year-old Florida woman on charges that she injected a Miami Gardens woman six times with a near-lethal mixture of cement, mineral oil and other foreign substances to enhance her buttocks, the Miami Herald reports. » More

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