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Liposuction, like with most Plastic Surgery consists of three fees: surgeon fees, operating room fees and anesthesia fees. The majority of the cost is the surgeon's fee. The anesthesia fees can range from approximately $400 to $2,000, depending on the parts of the body treated. The office or hospital fees range from $600 to $1,200 depending on the number of areaswhere liposuction is performed. Liposuction costs is hard to estimate. Liposuction can be performed on many different parts of the body, different machines can be used, there are different types of anesthesia, and many types of surgeons from different fields.... Continue reading
Posted Aug 30, 2009 at Healing after Surgery
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Will my eyes ever heal is a common question after eye surgery? It is quite common for most patients after eye surgery look in the mirror, and question why they even elected to have surgery. The eyes are very visible and cannot be easily hidden. Over the first week, the face and cheeks swell, and the bruising can discolor your swollen face all the way down your cheeks. Eye bruising is different from most other bruises because eyelids don't require much blood to grow intensely red and discolored. Sometimes after surgery it may feel as if your eyes will barely... Continue reading
Posted Aug 29, 2009 at Healing after Surgery
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Hot and Cold packs are frequently used by cosmetic and plastic surgery patients to reduce swelling and bruising. Both Hot and Cold therapy packs can be very effective in helping a patient recover from surgery procedures and injuries. Some patients use bags of frozen peas or regular ice packs a gel pack is a better solution to those methods. Gel packs can mold to the contours of the body, will not leak and place any unnecessary pressure on the body. The Hot packs can help reduce the appearance of bruising and will comfort to areas of discomfort. You should consult... Continue reading
Posted Aug 29, 2009 at Healing after Surgery