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Facial Rejuvenation through Plastic Surgery, Injectables and Skin Care

The tell-tale signs of ageing creep upon us and our face is the window to our soul showing not only our age but our life story as well. These days we can help to turn back the clock, visually anyway, allowing us to look as young as we feel. There are many ways in which [...]

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Laser Acne Treatment Surpassing Conventional Methods

Laser resurfacing is becoming one of the most common techniques for repairing damaged skin right after acne and eliminating the scars. After the procedure, the client or patient is allowed to rest home.  It truly is a bit pricey so that might be a hold up for some individuals. But if it’s a route that [...]

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Laser Skin Rejuvenation, effectively restoring youthful appearance

Why is laser skin rejuvenation preferred to its conventional counterpart? Laser skin rejuvenation is regarded as the far more powerful and successful treatment than the traditional methods that may possibly cause bleeding, bruising and demand longer period for recovery. Inside the standard procedures, the old layer of the skin is removed to ensure that the [...]

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Print a Kidney but not with a cosmetic laser

Print a Kidney but not with a cosmetic laser

Cosmetic Surgeon – Anthony Atala demonstrated an early-stage experiment that could someday solve the organ-donor problem: a 3D printer, rather than a cosmetic laser, that uses living cells to output a transplantable kidney and it seemed real, he even handled it at the end of the show using latex gloves as one would a real kidney, which we all thought it was.

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