Surgery for temporal migraine headache provides excellent headache relief, according to a review study in the April issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®.
The study also suggests that it takes some time to regain full physical functioning after breast augmentation using submuscular implants, and that older women may be less satisfied with the results.
Two recent studies suggest that Botox may help alleviate symptoms of depression and that this benefit may be more than skin deep.
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Chocolate and health, spring and skin, and butt lifts… in the April Spotlight.
As one of only a few female plastic surgeons in North Dakota, D’Arcy A. Honeycutt, MD, FACS, brings a “woman’s touch” to the table.
Plastic Surgery Practice editor, Denise Mann catches up with Michael Edwards, MD, who will be inaugurated as the president of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery in late April at the group’s annual meeting in San Francisco.
Is SEO dead? The answer depends wholly upon whom you ask.
“Selfie” is more than just the word of 2013. It’s bigger than that. It hasn’t just made our vocabulary more annoying; it’s actually causing a shift in our collective behaviors.
The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery is now accredited with Commendation by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education.