Blog Posts in September, 2012

  • Critical skin damage is done before 18

    A study from Australia has found that sun exposure during a person’s first 18 years is the most critical for how their skin ages and their risk of cancer as they grow older. The study examined 180 people from ages 18 to 83, using an ultraviolet camera to measure skin damage normally invisible to our eyes. The scientists also looked at hyperpigmentation as a measure of sun damage, and wrinkles to ...
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  • Two-Year Results for New Saline Breast Implant: the IDEAL Implant

    Larry S. Nichter, MD; and Robert S. Hamas, MD “Two-Year Outcomes With a Novel, Double-Lumen, Saline-Filled Breast Implant” Originally published by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Inc. Abstract Click on the thumbnail to download this article in PDF format. Background: A double-lumen, saline-filled breast implant with a baffle structure (IDEAL IMPLANT Saline-Filled Breast ...
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