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  • Doctor Spotlight: Ran Y. Rubinstein, M.D.

    Ran Y Rubinstein, MD Picture Dr. Ran Rubinstein’s dual board certification, his extensive experience, his commitment to the highest standards, and his role in university education assure you that you could not be in better, more caring hands when having facial plastic surgery.

  • Best Procedures for Getting Rid of a Double Chin

    Excess fat and skin under the chin and around the jawline can add years to your appearance and make you appear much heavier than you already are. Many people who have a “double chin” find that losing weight with diet and exercise doesn’t resolve the problem. The extra fat accumulated in this area could be a result of genetics so the only answer really is plastic surgery. Many plastic surgeons offer facial liposuction procedures to get rid of the double chin, but there are now a variety of techniques that can help to not only get rid of the extra fat but also create a youthful and sculpted appearance.

  • What to Eat After Liposuction

    While liposuction will take away the extra fat, how you take care of your body after the procedure will determine how long you will keep that slim silhouette. Many people fear gaining weight after surgery, especially since they cannot work out during the recovery stages.

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    Hollywood is seen as some as a bastion for plastic surgery. Television, movie, and music stars have to look great on camera, so some of the best surgeons in the world are based in California beautifying today's hottest celebrities. So, what are some of the most popular plastic surgery procedures amongst celebrities?

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    A recent survey of 23,000 obese individuals showed that 60 percent are not taking any steps to lose weight. This has interesting implications for the professionals and individuals that work to conquer obesity. The 60 percent surveyed that were not taking steps to lose weight is particularly alarming. Being obese can lead to a variety of health issues, including high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, stroke, metabolic syndrome, abnormal blood fats, osteoarthritis, sleep apnea, and gallstones among others. It can also raise the risk of certain cancers, including colon, breast, endometrial, and gallbladder. Obesity can also cause reproductive problems for women.

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