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Smooth vs. Textured Breast Implants

Undergoing an Orlando breast augmentation is a complex decision that should not be made lightly. Even once you’re certain that it is what you want, you still have several important options that you’ll need to consider, including the type of implant and its texture. Deciding what type of implant is right for you should be …

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10 Questions to Ask Your Plastic Surgeon About Breast Implants

If you’ve already made the decision to undergo Orlando breast augmentation surgery, your next step is to schedule a consultation with an experienced, qualified plastic surgeon, like Dr. Pope at Pope Plastic Surgery. While many people think that all they have to do is show up and perhaps be prepared to take some notes, it’s …

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Liposuction: The Solution to Permanently Eliminating Stubborn Fat Deposits

Liposuction, which permanently removes fat from the body, is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures performed in the United States. Many patients opt for Orlando liposuction following complaints about stubborn fat deposits that don’t respond to diet and exercise. A recent study published in the official journal of American Society of Plastic Surgeons indicated …

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Questions to Ask a Plastic Surgeon

The decision to undergo Orlando cosmetic surgery is one that should be made with due diligence. If you decide that surgery is right for you, you should be prepared to ask your Orlando cosmetic surgeon questions, both about his or her background and about your treatment.How often does your Orlando cosmetic surgeon perform this procedure? …

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Pope Plastic Surgery Announces the Use of Exparel® in Facility

Exparel®, a single-dose analgesic, is now being used for select procedures at the Pope Plastic SurgeryExparel®, a postsurgical pain management analgesic, is now available at Pope Plastic Surgery. Exparel® is a non-opioid, single-dose analgesic that lasts up to 72 hours for pain control and management.  A single intraoperative injection treats pain at the incision site …

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How Laser Hair Removal Makes Your Life Easier

Shaving. Waxing. Depilatories. Electrolysis. Most men and women have a love/hate relationship with their unwanted hair: they love to get rid of it but hate the removal process. Instead of subjecting yourself to weekly, or even daily, discomfort, why not leave it in the hands of a professional and turn to Orlando laser hair removal? …

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Saline vs. Silicone – Know the Facts Before you Decide

If you are one of the many women in America who are considering breast augmentation, then you are no doubt trying to determine if you want saline implants or silicone implants. Saline & silicone implants are the only breast implants that are approved by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). Dr. George Pope recommends that …

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Botox – What You Need to Know

As we grow older, many of us will develop facial lines and wrinkles that make us appear older than we feel or even older than we actually are. An increasingly popular and minimally-invasive procedure among both men and women to combat this sign of aging is Botox. Botox relaxes the contraction of muscles by blocking …

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Liposuction vs. Tummy Tuck: Which is right for you?

Reducing stomach fat is a common and sometimes never-ending battle among men and women. Both liposuction and tummy tucks are popular cosmetic surgery procedures that remove unwanted abdominal fat, but many prospective patients are uncertain what the differences are, and more importantly, which is right for their situation. Liposuction removes fat deposits through a series …

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Cosmetic Surgery Procedures for Men

A common misconception has been that cosmetic surgery is primarily for women. The truth is that men increasingly turn to cosmetic surgery to address many body issues, from wanting to appear thinner to the desire to look younger. Below is a list of some common cosmetic procedures popular among men: Forty to sixty percent of …

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