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Author Archives: Vincent Lepore

BREAST FIXES

The following comments are all real. They represent the concerns of many women, about their breasts. ARE MY BREASTS ‘WEIRD’? “ They’re different sizes. They’re different shapes. They’re too far apart. They’re too small. They’re too big. They’re sagging. They’re ‘tubular.’“ Although Breast Augmentation remains the most popular cosmetic surgical procedure in America today, Breast Surgery is about so much … Read more

BEYOND TUMMY TUCK

This is definitely a “below the belt” discussion. A small area of the body, is generating a great many questions. The Mons Pubis, the section of tissue that rests on top of the pubic bone. Most of you may never notice, or be troubled by this area. But many women are. (And, although there are basic differences, men too experience … Read more

TOPS ON TOP and BOTTOMS UP

  The most popular Plastic Surgery procedure of the past year was, by far- Breast Augmentation. According to the figures compiled by the ASPS (American Society of Plastic Surgeons), more than 286,000 breast augmentation surgeries were performed last year. That’s a very healthy number, but, it was down just slightly (1%) from the year before.  That’s the “Tops” part of … Read more

MEN AND (their) BREASTS

  This shouldn’t come as a shock – but Men have Breasts. The male breast gland doesn’t have  the function of the female mammary gland, but it is there. Sometimes, a combination of swelling in the male breast, fatty tissue, heredity, and lifestyle choices- produce a condition known as Gynecomastia: enlarged male breasts. While Gynecomastia is not in itself considered … Read more

ARMS and FABULOUS!

  Time to get rid of the “Batwings”?  Or, lift the “Drapes”?  Or, take some action to tame (what one child we know and love refers to as) “The Flabby”? If you have upper arm skin and fat that still moves- after you’ve stopped moving, you’ve probably already had some thoughts about how to reduce, and tighten it up. There … Read more

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