Non-Surgical Alternative to Facial Liposuction

Face Fitness Center

Face Fitness Formula is a simple to follow, step by step format that literally gives you the method to change the shape of your face from that of an O to the much desired V in just a matter of weeks. The program is suitable for anyone of any age, regardless of any medical conditions, physical impairments or any kind of dietary intolerances. Thats because it simply consists of easy to carry out exercises that any fitness level will find easy to follow. Along side his in-depth guide, John Socratous also offers a set of 40 videos that demonstrate the various exercises that you can do to reduce facial fat. He has included the standard facial exercises that were already familiar to me but he also includes a good number of more unconventional facial exercises that I had never seen before. These videos are divided into two sets for those wanting to focus on reducing a double chin and those more interested in getting rid of chubby cheeks. John is the co-founder of the Face Fitness Center, and the author of Face Fitness Formula. The site was set up for one and only reason; and that was to help people on a global scale get a leaner, sexier and younger looking face without the need to resort to plastic surgery.

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Contents: Ebook, Videos
Author: John Socratous
Price: $27.00

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Whos Administering Twilight Anesthesia

Practice liability issues and potential review from state medical or dental review boards. A breast augmentation, liposuction, dental extraction, or laser resurfacing of the face performed under such heavy sedation that the patient only grunts and occasionally writhes on the operating table is not twilight anesthesia it is an uncontrolled and potentially dangerous general anesthetic.

Who Will Perform the Procedure

In office-based surgery, physicians are granted surgical privileges based on the Golden Rule The person with the gold makes the rules. A practitioner may be an obstetrician or orthopedic surgeon by residency training and even have privileges in the department of obstetrics or orthopedic surgery at the local hospital, but in the office-based surgery suite, anyone can declare him- or herself an aesthetic surgeon or a cosmetic surgeon after a weekend course. In a hospital setting, an orthopedic surgeon or obstetrician who had taken a three-day course in cosmetic surgery would not be considered sufficiently trained to be granted privileges to perform face lifts, breast augmentations, tummy tucks, or liposuction procedures. It has been estimated that posers persons who pretend to be something they are not perform about half of all liposuction procedures done in the office. Posers commonly attend two- to five-day courses on cosmetic or aesthetic surgery, which they believe can adequately...

Facelifts An Uplifting Experience

When the energy required to weather life's ups and downs begins to show on your face, what do you do According to the Mayo Clinic Women's Health Source, at least 80,000 people in 1999 decided to have a facelift (rhytidectomy). Facelifts are the fourth-most common elective procedure behind liposuction, breast augmentation, and eyelid surgery, according to the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons. Women had more than 90 percent of the facelifts performed in 1999. While many of them were done to push back the clock, some facelifts are performed due to diseases, disfigurement, or traumas that emotionally as well as physically scar the individual.

Lipomas

A steroid injection or liposuction can be used to treat select lipomas. Steroid injections can be used to treat painful lipomas less than 1 inch (2.5 cm) in size and in which pathologic examination is likely unnecessary. An injection of 1 to 3 mL of triamcinolone diluted with 1 lidocaine to a 10 mg mL concentration can be performed into the center of the lipoma monthly to shrink the tumor to the desired size. Formal liposuction can be done with cannula or 16-gauge syringe under local anesthesia (Salam, 2002). Neither of these procedures is likely to eliminate the lipoma in its entirety, and recurrences are frequent.