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Breast reconstruction is an important part of the breast cancer treatment and recovery process. Life-like, three-dimensional medical tattoos now offer patients a non-surgical alternative to traditional areola and nipple restoration.
From immediate and delayed implant reconstruction to the numerous types of flap surgeries, The AEDITION has compiled an in-depth guide to post-mastectomy breast and nipple reconstruction.
The AEDITION speaks to leading plastic and reconstructive surgeons and patients about the logistical, physical, and emotional aspects of breast reconstruction — from finding the right surgical team to learning how to heal after surgery.
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The pro behind Bella and Gigi Hadid’s expertly contoured complexions shares his tips for sculpted skin — sans a trip to the plastic surgeon’s office.
While it is important to know what to medically expect from a mastectomy, understanding the emotional toll of choosing to remove one or both breasts is equally vital. Here, two women share their deeply personal and resilient experiences.
When it comes to breast cancer prevention, treatment, and recovery, mastectomies play an important role — but the surgery is often deeply personal and emotional. Here, The AEDITION speaks with two preeminent reconstructive surgeons about the procedure.
During the healing process, it’s not uncommon for patients to feel uncertainty, doubt, and even regret about their cosmetic procedure, and The AEDITION talked to board certified plastic surgeons about how to handle the post-surgery blues.
Heading in for a cosmetic procedure but don’t know what to expect in the operating room? Fret not, The AEDITION is here to help you tackle the unknown with #ProTips from surgeons and patients alike.
From hydrating hyaluronic acid to skin-smoothing retinol, leading skin experts share their top picks for the ingredients you should add to your skincare routine this fall.
Wrinkle-smoothing botulinum toxin type A injections are the most common non-invasive aesthetic procedure in the U.S. And, while they are colloquially called “Botox,” there are actually four different BoNT-A injectables FDA-approved for cosmetic use.
Social media may be filled with dramatic before-and-after pictures of patients turning to plastic surgery to create the illusion of weight loss, but The AEDITION spoke to the experts about why it’s important to get in shape before going under the knife.
If you are part of the majority of Americans that is confused about the difference between a plastic surgeon and a cosmetic surgeon, don’t fret. Here, The AEDITION explores the distinctions between the two specialties and why they are important.