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Liposuction

Also called: Lipoplasty

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Hi If you think this was some mistake by the obstetrician, then anything you want to start there, get back to him/her, see what they say, and work...
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Cosmetic procedures can be deemed medically necessary, though in most cases they're not. Sometimes surgery to remove excess skin after a large...
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Great question!Liposuction is generally considered safe, but people should understand there are now several different "flavors" of...
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Liposuction isn't weight loss surgery. It is cosmetic surgery. You do lose fat cells, but the most is 6-8 pounds of fat, and most doctors take out...
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Because it is a cosmetic procedure, liposuction is not covered by most health insurance plans. Ask to talk with a representative at your insurance...
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Lipoplasty is a cosmetic procedure in which a special instrument called a cannula is used to break up and suck out fat from the body. This procedure...
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Liposuction is a cosmetic procedure in which a special instrument called a cannula is used to break up and suck out fat from the body. This procedure...
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Liposuction is not a recommended treatment. This technique of extracting fat by vacuuming it from under the skin is not effective for cellulite. In...
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