Back to school season is right around the corner, but before teachers return to the classroom, some of them are taking advantage of the summer break — to get a little touch up.
Everyone wants to look their best, and in a society that values beauty, getting cosmetic procedures is nothing new. But with 117 operations — and still counting — not many have gone to the extremes that Justin Jedlica has gone to.
That tattoo you got years ago might have seemed like a great idea at the time, but if you are like a growing number of people, you probably wish it would disappear today.
According to data from one of England’s top cosmetic surgery centers, requests for Kate’s nose have tripled since 2011 and this year, it’s the most popular celebrity look-alike feature.
Botox is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures performed today, and there appear to be great deals for the treatment everywhere – but buyer beware.
Whether you post your own photographs online or friends tag you in others, millions of people use social medial to stay in touch. And to look their very best, many women are opting for cosmetic procedures to have the perfect profile for Facebook.
The Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort plans to give $25,000 worth of plastic surgery to a winner from a player’s card contest.
San Francisco mother Sheena Upton’s claim that she injected her 8-year-old daughter with Botox may be a hoax, but that hasn’t stopped New Jersey legislators from trying to prevent it from happening here.
Young Abdin Hadi was injured as a toddler when a car bomb exploded, sending a live wire across his face which left him severely scarred. A group of non-profit agencies has brought him and his family to Long Island for treatment by a plastic surgery group.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reported a 2 percent plastic surgery jump nationwide in just one year. In the New York metro area that spike may be even higher.
A new computer system now allows patients to see exactly what they’d look like after cosmetic surgery.
For those who are looking to get a facelift but don’t want to undergo surgery, a new procedure may make that possible. The breakthrough technique tightens up your face using sound waves.
A plastic surgeon devised a way to use the patients own skin as a sort of internal bra.
Hyperhidrosis is the medical term for excessive sweating, a condition that can cause both physical and emotional discomfort. Now, though, a new ultrasound treatment can help stop the sweat.