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Things You Need To Know About Gastric Bypass Surgery By: Christopher H. Waters | Jun 1st 2006 – Gastric bypass is a kind of surgical interference that is mostly used for significant weight loss if you are over weight. This surgical interference reduces your calorie intake. After the surgery, stomach will be small and you feel full faster to reduce amount of food. Part of stomach with small intestine will be literally … Tags: Gastric Bypass Surgery – Types And Risks By: Barney Garcia | May 28th 2006 – Gastric bypass surgery is a .mon form of weight loss surgery that results in outstanding weight loss with minimal side effects. But once you undergo the gastric bypass surgery procedure you have to accept lifelong changes in your diet. The post-diet of gastric bypass surgery includes an adequate intake of protein, taking … Tags: Tips On How To Get Affordable Cosmetic Surgery By: Jim Johnson | May 25th 2006 – It can be quite challenging to understand the various cosmetic surgery costs. It seems outrageous what we have to pay to look great, but when you take a closer look at what goes into determining what those costs are, you will have a better idea of why you have to pay what you do. Tags: Great Information On Laser Eye Surgery By: Jeff Flow | May 24th 2006 – This article will give you great information on laser eye surgery. Laser eye surgery is a medical procedure consisting of the use of laser for reshaping the surface of the cornea. Tags: What Should We Do After Bariatric Surgery? By: Tina Greatly | May 21st 2006 – After your bariatric surgery you will be on a very limited diet. Your diet may only include broth, water, jello and other clear liquids for what can seem like a long time. Sometimes it can take up to two weeks before you are able to handle liquids such as shakes, or instant breakfast drinks. This probably due … Tags: What You Need To Know About Cosmetic Surgery Costs By: Jim Johnson | May 21st 2006 – Cosmetic surgery costs are high. It is often something that we all strive to learn about, though. Is cosmetic surgery really something that is worth the cost? Tags: Weight Loss Surgery Has Be.e A Necessary Step By: Joshua Hillcrest | May 19th 2006 – Often you may find that weight loss surgery has be.e a necessary step after you reach a weight that is more than one hundred pounds your normal weight. You may have tried to lose weight via alternative methods, diet, medication, exercise and even hypnotism but to no avail. There may be major or simple probl … Tags: Think Thoroughly About Having Weight Loss Surgery By: David Wasp | May 19th 2006 – If you are thinking about having weight loss surgery do so thoroughly. You may be anxious to get the surgery over and done with but it is a major change and your life will not be the same afterwards. This goes for it the weight loss surgery is successful in helping you lose weight and if it isn"��t, because your body will b … Tags: Recovering From Your Weight Loss Surgery By: Jonathon Miller | May 19th 2006 – When you are recovering from your weight loss surgery you will most likely be on a strict diet. Your diet will consist of three to four phases designed to get your new stomach working and back to digesting solid food. The first phase is right after surgery and for up to four days. This is the clear liquid foo … Tags: Types Vision Problems Can Corrected By Laser Eye Surgery By: wirat | May 17th 2006 – Types Vision Problems Can Corrected By Laser Eye Surgery – Quickly and Easily! Tags: Obesity Surgery Is A Serious Decision By: Grateford Jameson | May 15th 2006 – Obesity surgery is a serious decision to make if you are obese and wish to lead a healthier life. There are many .plications that can occur in addition to the benefits. For example, if you have stomach stapling done you may pop a staple at some future point after the surgery. If you get a band it could slip. Either way yo … Tags: Lose Up To Seventy Five To Eighty Percent Of Their Body Weight With Obesity Surgery By: Suzanna Pepper | May 15th 2006 – As a result of Gastric Bypass Surgery the average patient can expect to lose up to seventy five to eighty percent of their body weight. This weight loss is very rapid in the first year which usually results in the seventy five percent weight loss initally. If a patient experiences no health .plications and continues with … Tags: Gastric Bypass – The Advantages Of Laparoscopic Surgery By: Donald Saunders | May 8th 2006 – Gastric bypass surgery is the most often carried out operation for weight loss in the USA with more or less 140,000 operations being done in 2005 Dating back more than 50 years, a lot of surgeons have grown up with gastric bypass surgery and possess a very effective understanding of both its risks and benefits. Tags: gastric bypass, laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery, weight loss surgery, obesity Gastric Bypass Surgery And Weight Loss By: Scott Michaels | May 4th 2006 – Gastric bypass (also called bariatric surgery) closes off a large portion of the stomach, leaving only a pouch the size of an egg. Gastric bypass works by restricting food intake. Patients feel full after eating small amounts of food. Fewer calories are eaten and weight is lost. Gastric bypass patients typically lose 70% of … Tags: Overview Of Plastic Surgery By: Ricardo de Silva | Apr 25th 2006 – If you are considering surgery to change your appearance, you should know about plastic surgery from both a historical and current point of view. Tags: Plastic Surgery Through The Ages By: Ricardo de Silva | Apr 25th 2006 – Plastic surgery has be.e massively popular with television shows and celebrities getting improvements right and left. You might be wondering about plastic surgery, specifically where it came from. Tags: Plastic Surgery "�" Where Will It Occur By: Ricardo de Silva | Apr 25th 2006 – As you evaluate the best plastic surgeon option for your treatment, you might be surprised to learn the location of your surgery should be part of your determination. Tags: Cosmetic Surgery "�" What You Must Consider When Selecting A Surgeon Or Clinic By: Nick Carter | Apr 22nd 2006 – More and more people are opting to have cosmetic surgery. Choosing the right surgeon and clinic can be difficult unless choice is informed by balanced advice. The decision to undergo any type of cosmetic surgery is intensely personal. Although cosmetic surgery will not change your life, it may give you greater self-confiden … Tags: Plastic Surgery & A Look At Rhinoplasty By: John Mitchell | Apr 14th 2006 – Rhinoplasty, .monly referred to as a "nose job", is one of the most popular forms of plastic surgery. Used to reconstruct or repair the nose, rhinoplasty is performed on individuals who wish to change their appearance, either in subtle or dramatic form, or for those who require plastic surgery in order to repair damage su … Tags: Preparing For Plastic Surgery By: Charles Kassotis | Apr 13th 2006 – The importance of proper preparation for plastic surgery. Tags: Is Cosmetic Surgery A Solution? By: Carl Graeber | Apr 5th 2006 – Every one wants to be perfectly beautiful and to attain it people discover to change all those flaws. Cosmetic surgery is one sure way to have a perfect beauty but one must be open to the and dangers of the surgery. One has to find a good surgeon that would perform the operations to avoid .plications. Hematoma is … Tags: A New Direction In Weight Control – Gastric Bypass Surgery By: Scott Michaels | Apr 1st 2006 – Surgery may be a weight-loss option for patients who are severely obese and suffer from serious medical .plications due to weight. There are two accepted surgical procedures for reducing body weight: gastroplasty and gastric bypass. Although these two procedures use different surgical methods, they both reduce the stomach … Tags: Lasik Eye Surgery "�" A Refractive Eye Surgical Procedure By: Barney Garcia | Mar 31st 2006 – Lasik eye surgery is a refractive surgical procedure that works wonders on the eyes of people suffering from nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia. Tags: Gastric Bypass Surgery – A Successful Alternative By: Paul MacIver | Mar 26th 2006 – "��Obesity can damage the body by its mechanically and metabolically adverse effects on normal bodily function; not to mention the psychological anguish it can also bring."�� Gastric bypass surgery is a very successful alternative to normal dieting for the obese and overweight, and is an operation that makes the stomach sm … Tags: Plastic Surgery And Cosmetic Surgery As Options By: Plastic Surgery Web Guide | Mar 17th 2006 – Plastic surgery and cosmetic surgery can be confusing terms; often used interchangeably they are two distinct disciplines. Plastic surgery is .monly used as a general term for operative or instrumental treatment performed for aesthetic reasons. In reality, plastic surgery is the field which addresses corrective or functio … Tags: Maxillofacial And Oral Surgery By: Jack Smith | Mar 13th 2006 – Improvement of facial aesthetics is no big deal today. Oral and Maxillofacial surgery has be.e a popular mode to remodel facial and dental structures of patients. Defects of the human jaws and associated facial structures are easily cured, thanks to the advances that have been made in dental surgery. Oral and Maxillofacia … Tags: Laparoscopic Surgery: An Overview By: Jack Smith | Mar 13th 2006 – Laparoscopy is considered a minimally invasive surgery as the body"��s natural openings are not used. Instead, the surgeon uses an instrument called a laparoscope. Also called keyhole surgery, laparoscopy is considered an endoscopic procedure and is usually performed to as part of an investigation of the abdominal and pelvi … Tags: How Much Does Laser Eye Surgery Typically Cost? By: Gray Rollins | Mar 7th 2006 – The cost of laser eye surgery can vary greatly depending on the type of surgery to be performed, the patient"��s prescription, the equipment used, and the doctor or surgical provider in question. There are also notable regional differences in the cost of laser eye surgery, with some parts of the United States charging highe … Tags: Tips If You’re Considering Laser Eye Surgery By: Gray Rollins | Mar 7th 2006 – Each eye surgery and each patient is unique. In spite of this, there are a number of universal tips that can help patients better prepare for eye surgery and speed their recovery time. First and foremost,  Take the extra time you need to find a reputable surgeon with extensive experience in you … Tags: What Happens Before, During, And After A Lasik Eye Surgery Procedure? By: Gray Rollins | Mar 6th 2006 – Since LASIK was approved by the FDA in the early 1990"��s, the procedure has grown to be.e the most widely-performed eye surgery in the United States. LASIK is a surgical procedure performed on the eye to correct an individual"��s vision and reduce dependency on eyeglasses or contact lenses. LASIK stands for Laser-Assiste … Tags: Cosmetic Surgery "�" Will It Really Change Your Life? By: Kathryn Holmes | Mar 6th 2006 – Thanks to recent advances in surgical techniques and equipment, cosmetic surgery is more specialized than ever. You can literally have the fat sucked out of your thighs through liposuction or your breasts enlarged to your idea of perfection with saline or silicone implants within just a few hours. And cosmet … Tags: How Does Knee Surgery Work? By: Gray Rollins | Mar 5th 2006 – The most .mon reasons for knee surgery are arthritis and injury. Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease that slowly wears away cartilage. Rheumatoid arthritis is inflammation of the knee, causing damage to the cartilage. Arthritis can develop in people of all ages but is more .monly found in the older segment of the p … Tags: Lasik Eye Surgery: Is It Right For You? By: Robert Thatcher | Feb 24th 2006 – If you have poor eyesight and you have worn eyeglasses or contact lenses all your life, then you might want to consider LASIK eye surgery. LASIK is the acronym for Laser-Assisted in Situ Keratomileuses. This is a procedure where the patient has to undergo surgery to reduce or totally eliminate a person’s poor … Tags: The Pros And Cons Of Having Cosmetic Surgery By: Gray Rollins | Feb 23rd 2006 – In modern society"��s quest for perfection, cosmetic surgery emerges the victor. The rewards of cosmetic surgery are beauty, youth, and vigor "�" a modern Fountain of Youth that can be hard to ignore. Yet cosmetic surgery does present significant risks and obstacles that cannot be ignored. Only by weighing the benefits and … Tags: What Is Ear Surgery? By: Gray Rollins | Feb 23rd 2006 – Ear surgery, also called otoplasty, is a surgical procedure designed to improve the appearance of prominent or protruding ears. It is one of the few cosmetic surgeries that can be performed on children, since an individual"��s ears typically stop growing by age five. Children and adults with severely protruding ears are oft … Tags: Abdominal Surgery By: Jack Smith | Feb 21st 2006 – Abdominal surgery broadly involves the opening up of the abdomen. There are several abdominal organs (such as the stomach, liver, intestines etc) and the surgery of each is dealt with differently. The three most .mon abdominal surgeries are described below: Tags: What Is Refractive Eye Surgery? By: Gray Rollins | Feb 18th 2006 – Refractive eye surgery is a type of eye surgery that is used to rectify refractive errors of the eye and decrease dependency on corrective lenses such as eyeglasses and contact lenses. Successful refractive procedures can reduce myopia or nearsightedness, hyperopia or farsightedness, and astigmatism or elongated corneas. A … Tags: The Different Types Of Laser Eye Surgery By: Gray Rollins | Feb 17th 2006 – When most people think of laser eye surgery, they automatically think of LASIK. While it is true that LASIK is a type of laser eye surgery, there are a number of other laser procedures that can produce equally successful results for individuals suffering from myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigma … Tags: What Is Eyelid Surgery? By: Gray Rollins | Feb 17th 2006 – Eyelid surgery, called blepharoplasty, is a type of cosmetic surgery that removes excess fat from the upper and lower eyelids. Age, illness, and even heredity can result in puffy or drooping eyelids that cause individuals to look tired and worn out. In extreme cases, sagging eyelids may even interfere with vision. Eyelid su … Tags: A Brief History Of Surgery By: Jack Smith | Feb 14th 2006 – A procedure called trepanation (also called trephinning or trepanning) is the earliest known surgical procedure in the history of surgery. Tags: Fda Approves Lasik Eye Surgery By: Ron King | Feb 12th 2006 – New breakthroughs in lasik eye surgery technology giving people an improved quality of life that once was unattainable. Tags: Laser Eye Surgery By: Marcus Grant | Feb 5th 2006 – Is the world a .plete blur for you without your glasses or contact lenses? And when you do get your glasses on, do you resent the lack of freedom in all your movements? Perhaps it"��s time you went in for corrective eye surgery. Most corrective eye surgery is technically known as refractive eye surgery, an … Tags: Bariatric Surgery Things You Should Be Aware Of By: jamie | Jan 25th 2006 – When all other measures fail to control morbid obesity, weight loss surgery is a source of hope to the overweight. American doctors perform weight loss surgery over 140,000 times a year. The oldest form of weight loss surgery is the most familiar, stomach stapling. In this 30-year-old procedure, most of the stomach … Tags: What You Should Know About Lasik Eye Surgery By: Stephen Kreutzer | Dec 28th 2005 – Lasik eye surgery has been big news on the vision front. With many people flocking to have the procedure done it has be.e one of the most popular eye surgeries. The idea that lasik is a solution for anyone with bad vision also proves that much is unknown about lasik. Before .mitting to the surgery patients should look i … Tags: 相关的主题文章: