Improving Your Appearance with Cosmetic Surgery

Two Tips to Help Reduce Swelling after a Ridge-Augmentation Procedure

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During a tooth-extraction procedure, you may lose some bone, and the natural shape of your gums may become distorted. In order to fix this, your dentist will perform a ridge-augmentation procedure. The procedure is designed to reshape and contour your gums using bone-graft material. This procedure is usually performed during your tooth extraction. Immediately after your oral surgery, you may begin to notice swelling and redness. The swelling will reduce within a few weeks once the tooth socket has healed, and swelling that does not subside on its own after a few weeks should be looked at by your dentist.…

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3 Cosmetic Procedures That Can Enhance A Woman's Sexual Experience

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Many people make the assumption that women who desire cosmetic gynecological surgery either want a pretty vagina, or they desire to please their sexual partners. However, there are many physical benefits to cosmetic gynecological surgery for the woman. This may include stopping either urinary or fecal incontinence as well as relieving pain due to scarring after childbirth. Another benefit women may seek from cosmetic gynecological surgery is enhanced personal pleasure during sex.…

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3 Health Conditions That May Slow Recovery From Cosmetic Procedures

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While most people who undergo cosmetic procedures sail through recovery, others who have certain medical conditions may have more challenges during the post-operative period. Even in the presence of preexisting health conditions, there are things you and your healthcare team can do to minimize your risk for complications and delayed healing following your procedure: Here are three medical conditions that may slow or delay your recovery following cosmetic surgery: Diabetes…

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