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  • Plastic Surgeon Describes Newton's First Law and Rapid Recovery from Surgery

    Newton's Law Picture - LocateADoc.com Everyone wants a fast recovery from their cosmetic surgery including breast augmentation, breast reductions and lifts, tummy tucks or abdominoplasties and many other. Rapid recovery from surgery can be related to the commercial about arthritis that says, “A body at rest tends to stay at rest”. This saying is taken from Newton's First Law of Motion which states that, “a body at rest will remain at rest unless an outside force acts on it’. If you took high school physics you will remember this!

  • Breast Augmentation Gone Wrong: Capsule Contracture; What Can Be Done?

    Breast Augmentation Gone Wrong Picture - LocateADocA special guest article by Brian Windle, MD, a board certified plastic surgeon practicing in Kirkland, WA.

  • Doctor Spotlight: Steven S Carp, MD, FACS

    Steven S. Carp, MD, FACS, is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and has specialized in cosmetic, plastic, and reconstructive surgery since 1993. Dr. Carp understands that plastic surgery requires a combination of skills, technique and an artistic eye; knowing each and every patient has different needs that must be understood. The combination of which presents him with an exciting and challenging career.

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    Sunglasses are a great way to make a fashion statement, but did you know they could potentially save your vision? We all know that a good pair of shades can dim the harsh light of the sun, but many sunglasses also provide protection from harmful ultraviolet rays. These UV rays can cause significant damage to your eyes, causing tumors, cataracts, and diseases that can lead to blindness. UV rays have even been linked to eye and eyelid cancer.

  • Many diabetics struggle with keeping their blood sugar levels under control to maintain a steady level of energy and prevent many diseases.  Now, researchers confirm that blood sugar also plays an important role in maintaining healthy eyes, and diabetics can reduce their risk of vision loss by making changes in their diet and lifestyle.