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Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery!

It is a popular misconception that the word plastic in plastic surgery means artificial. Rather, the word is derived from the ancient Greek word plastikos, which means "to mold or give form." Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty involved with the reconstruction of facial and body tissue defects due to illness, trauma, or birth disorders. Plastic surgery restores and improves function, as well as appearance. It can involve surgery on any portion of the anatomy, except the central nervous system, including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Skin (including skin cancer, scars, burns, birthmarks, tattoo removal).
  • Maxillofacial (the facial skeleton).
  • Congenital anomalies (including deformed ears, cleft palate, cleft lip).

You will be able to return to work and most other activities within two weeks following your Tummy Tuck procedure. However, intense exercise and other strenuous activities should be avoided for at least four to six weeks to avoid unnecessary swelling and excessive stress on freshly healed structures. Driving generally can be resumed usually within reach in seven to ten days. Read more...

Emotional Changes

  • What do we fear? Understanding this can be a route to the management of fear.

    A basic fear is of pain, especially if we have recently experienced it or can easily imagine it.

    We also fear emotional pain, such as in distress and loss. It is perhaps not surprising that the same part of the brain processes physical and emotional pain. Read more...
  • Understand the anxiety. Anxiety disorders are common in both adults and children.

    About 18 percent of U.S. adults and 25 percent of adolescents age 13 to 18 will experience anxiety, according to the National Institute of Mental Health.

    About 4 percent of adults, and nearly 6 percent of teens, have anxiety disorders classified as severe. Read more...
  • Why some kids turn violent?

    In studies with children and adolescents with disruptive behavior disorders, low serotonin levels was the single most accurate predictor of which youngsters would go on to commit more violent crimes or suicide.

    Conversely, high levels of noradrenaline were the chemical signature of post-traumatic stress disorder. Read more...
  • Scientists are proving that what's in the foods you eat can affect the chemical composition of your brain -- and your mood. That doesn't mean eating Jell-O turns your brain to mush, or eating meat will make you mean. But nutrition can affect your mood, including your alertness and your perception of pain.

    What is it about foods that yields this kind of power? Read more...