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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!

  • LocateADoc.com's Top Infographics

    Infographic: Making The Right Cosmetic Enhancement ChoiceThe average person is exposed to 174 newspapers full of information every day and visuals are processed 60,000x faster in the brain than text.

  • Doctor Spotlight: Danielle M. LeBlanc, MD

    "Dr. LeBlanc is AMAZING! I am very pleased with the results of my reconstruction after bilateral mastectomy. She is very caring and compassionate; something you don't find very often in doctors today. Thank you Dr. LeBlanc for helping me get back to normal, after breast cancer. You are one in a million!" (Janet, Fort Worth, TX)

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    Breast augmentation is one of the best known forms of cosmetic surgery. It also incidentally receives some criticism from the public.

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    While many patients report a completely positive outcome, those who are considering breast reduction surgery should understand the potential pros and cons of undergoing the procedure. As is the case with any type of surgical process, every patient has a unique experience. It’s important to know what could happen beforehand. These pros and cons represent some of the most common findings reported by patients who have elected to have breast reduction surgery done: