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Cosmetic surgery to combat aging

By plastic surgeon Dr Dirk Kremer. What happens to our faces as we grow older? It’s unfortunate, but it happens to us all - as we age, each of the tissue types that make up the face experiences its own aging process. This process will include the things many of  

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Plastic surgeons to review safety of Brazilian bum lifts

By plastic surgeon Dr Dirk Kremer. According to the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), the Brazilian bum lift procedure is the riskiest plastic surgery operation that a patient can choose to undergo. The cosmetic procedure has become increasingly popular over a number of years in many areas of  

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Breast augmentation: 5 questions to ask your plastic surgeon

By plastic surgeon Dr Dirk Kremer. The choice of plastic surgeons willing and ready to perform breast augmentation surgery for you may seem a little overwhelming at first. A quick search online will bring up a vast number of options, and from here I’d recommend delving a little deeper than  

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Women seek cosmetic procedures to look happier

By plastic surgeon Dr Dirk Kremer. I’m sure plenty of you have made the odd joking remark to that friend of yours about her “resting bitch face”. If you haven’t, perhaps you are the friend who’s the butt of the joke?The latest trend seems to involve these women who have  

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What is the difference between liposuction and a tummy tuck?

By plastic surgeon Dr Dirk Kremer. For those seeking a flatter and more shapely stomach, cosmetic surgery could be the answer. The two most popular cosmetic surgeries that are used to improve the appearance of the abdomen area are liposuction and tummy tucks. Many patients confuse the two or believe  

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Cosmetic surgery growth linked to age discrimination

By plastic surgeon Dr Dirk Kremer. Injectable Botox treatments have increased by a whopping 800% since 2000, and a recent study published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal suggests that the boom in cosmetic surgery and non-surgical procedures over the past two decades is largely fuelled by age discrimination.The study found  

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