Tear Drop Breast Implants

Teardrop Breast Implants: Benefits and Disadvantages

Taking a decision to get breast implants is a big one. It is an investment intended to help you achieve the feminine curves you desire while also boosting your self-esteem. Many women who have breast reconstruction surgery choose to have implants placed to help them look better. The wonderful thing about breast implants is that … Read more

Lower eyelid surgery

Lower Eyelid Surgery: Complete Overview

Do your lower eyelids look swollen or baggy? Do you have sagging, wrinkled skin beneath your eyes? It is common to develop bagginess, skin redundancy, wrinkles, and fat bulges under the eyes as we age. The muscles supporting the eyelids will gradually weaken with excess skin, causing the area under the lower eyelid to appear … Read more

Lip thread lift

Lip Thread Lift: Facts You Need To Know

Threading has become a favored option for people worldwide looking for a shorter downtime, less pain, and virtually no scars. Lip thread lift is a solution for the fast, easy, and painless shaping of lips. This procedure combines threading with an actual lip lift to provide a natural, youthful appearance. The procedure is completed within … Read more

flabby skin

How To Get Rid Of Flabby Loose Skin After Weight Loss?

Losing large amounts of weight can leave a person with flabby, loose skin, especially if they undergo rapid weight loss. Reduced collagen and elastin in the dermis may also contribute to flabby, loose skin. Common areas of loose skin post weight loss are eyelids, jowls, chin, throat, upper arms, and stomach. Firm skin in young … Read more

Hooded eyelid

Hooded Eyelid Surgery: Everything We Know

Hooded eyelid is a facial feature in which there appears excess skin and fat muscles under the eyebrow. They are also referred to as droopy eyelids. Hooded eyelids surgeries remove the excess skin and fat tissue from the levator muscles on the eyelids.  Eyelid surgeries include both invasive and non-invasive procedures. A hooded eyelid surgery … Read more

Brachydactyly: Symptoms, Causes, Types, Diagnosis

Some people may have deformed or shortened fingers and toes or relatively smaller hands and feet. One such deformity affecting the hands and feet is brachydactyly. Most people having brachydactyly may not experience any symptoms and hardly know that they have this condition. In some people, the deformities may be severe and may experience hindrance … Read more


Is Lipodissolve Safe? 5 Alternatives To Lipodissolve

Lipodissolve is one of many non-invasive treatments used to melt down fat in certain parts of the body. It is intended to treat areas with small amounts of fat, such as double chin, jaw, jowls, arms, abdomen, hips, and thighs. The Lipodissolve procedure is not FDA approved, and it is illegal in the United States … Read more

Nasal Valve Collapse: Types, Causes and Treatment Options

There are several reasons why breathing can be difficult. Various factors such as allergies, sinus infections, colds, or environmental factors can cause breathing difficulties, including the abnormal structure of the nose, such as deviated septum. Another prevalent cause of breathing issues is the collapse of the nasal valve. It can develop in various ways, and … Read more

Post Surgical Scarring: My Story From Botched Surgeries To Treating Scarring With Skincare

Post-surgical scarring (also known as cicatrix) is the mark left on your skin after a wound heals.  As you heal from surgery, fibrous tissue is being replaced by normal tissue beneath the skin. This is a good sign as it’s nature’s way of letting you know that your body is mending naturally. What causes excessive … Read more

No-Scalpel Vasectomy

No-Scalpel Vasectomy: What Is It? Does It Hurt?

Vasectomy is a permanent surgical method of contraception for men. Two types of vasectomy procedures are performed – standard vasectomy and no-scalpel vasectomy. In the standard vasectomy procedure, two small incisions are made on each side of the scrotum using a scalpel to access the vas deferens. In contrast, no incisions are required in no-scalpel … Read more