Cosmetic Surgery Is Not Just About Aesthetics

There is no doubt that cosmetic surgery is a growing industry. New statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons' annual report, Plastic Surgery Statistics, show there is no slowdown in sight. More than 17 million cosmetic procedures were performed in 2017 alone. The demand for procedures increases each year for many types of procedures. Dr. Alqulali performs cosmetic surgery and is the trusted provider of cosmetic services for many women.

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Breast Reduction Increasing in Popularity

Breast-reduction surgery was in demand in 2017, according to new statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

The breast-reduction procedure surgically removes unwanted fat, skin and glandular tissue to bring oversized or pendulous breasts into better proportion with the rest of the body.

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New NKB Inhibitors May Mean New Menopause Treatments

New medicines may mean the end of menopausal hot flashes.

Scientists at the Imperial College London have tested a new class of experimental drugs that help to reduce the severity and frequency of hot flashes in menopausal women by almost 75 percent in only three days.

The research was a new analysis of data gathered through a 2017 clinical trial.

The Imperial College London researchers found that these new medications also improved sleep and the ability to focus for users in the three-day period.

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The Most Popular Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Procedure of 2017 Was ...

Do you love Botox? You're not alone. Over 7.2 million Botox procedures were performed in 2017, making it the No. 1 minimally invasive cosmetic procedure last year. Dr. Alqulali offers Botox to patients who want to look younger quickly and prevent future wrinkles from forming.

Haven't tried it yet? What are you waiting for? Find out all you need to know about Botox in this blog.

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Managing Weight Gain During Menopause

The hormonal changes of menopause bring on a lot of changes for your body, including hot flashes, mood swings, unwanted body hair and unexplained weight gain that may not respond to even the most strenuous workout routines. But changing your diet during menopause can help prevent weight gain, improve your health and minimize your menopause symptoms.

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