Dr. Hamori Earns New Beauty's Top Doctor Designation for 2018

We are pleased to announce that Christine A. Hamori, MD, FACS, has been selected byNewBeauty as a partner and isfeatured in the Summer/Fall 2018 edition ofNewBeauty magazine, (the one with Elle MacPherson on the cover) due on newsstands today.Dr. Hamori, who is in the same demographic as most of her patients, speaks candidly with patients about the aging process.“Aging is inevitable, so why not optimize the medical resources to improve one’s appearance along the way?”  Dr. Hamori has received the Top Beauty Doctor designation each year since 2006. NewBeauty, the ultimate aesthetic resource for “everything beauty,” covers subjects from advancements in facial fillers to the most luxurious spa treatments to the newest wrinkle-reducing serums.Dr. Hamori is a board-certified, plastic surgeon recognized for her delicate skills in cosmetic enhancements that yield natural-looking results for a healthy, happy lifestyle. She specializes in:Breast augmentation/implantsLiposuctionFace and neck contouringFacial fillers and Botox ® (injectables)Labiaplasty and Vaginal Rejuvenationas well as the latest innon-surgical technologies in her plastic-surgeon supervised Skin Spa.Learn more at:Christine Hamori Cosmetic Surgery + Skin Spa95 Tremont Street, Suite 28, Duxbury, Massachusetts, 02332Call us:781-934-2200Serving Boston's South Shore, Cape Cod and NantucketChristine Hamori Cosmetic Surgery + Skin Spa 95 Tremont Street, Suite 28, Duxbury, Mass...
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The emergence of a new entity known as'silicone implant illness'has prompted concerns regarding the safety of silicone breast implants. Is there evidence to support it?Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
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Medtech startup BellaSeno (Leipzig, Germany) has obtained ISO 13485 certification for the design and additive manufacturing (aka 3D printing) of resorbable implants. As such, it claims to be among only a handful of companies worldwide to offer integrated contract additive manufacturing of implants under the ISO quality management standard specific to medical devices. In the same announcement, BellaSeno said that it had raised a further €1 million from its existing investors, bringing total funding to €4.2 million for the startup founded in 2015. The certification and funding will enable th...
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(Natural News) Breast augmentation is the most common type of cosmetic surgery in the U.S., with more than 300,000 women getting breast implants a year. Most women usually get breast implants for aesthetic purposes, while the rest see it as an option following a breast cancer surgery. In a recent statement, however, the Food and Drug Administration...
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Research on the many potential surgical applications of photosensitized crosslinking of tissue proteins and on the underlying photochemical mechanisms is reviewed. Largely used to close wounds or reattach tissues, protein photocrosslinking stiffens and strengthens tissues, decreases inflammatory responses and facilitates tissue bioengineering. Covalent crosslinks within and between collagen molecules in tissue are formed by an oxygen ‐dependent mechanism. Surgical applications include sealing wounds in skin, cornea and bowel; reattaching severed nerves, blood vessels and tendons; strengthening cornea and veins; reducing ...
Source: Photochemistry and Photobiology - Category: Science Authors: Tags: Special Issue Invited review Source Type: research
The 54-year-old TV host told viewers about her diagnosis on Monday. Lymphedema is linked to breast implants, according to the FDA. Sufferers are advised to cut down on alcohol and salt.
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Source: Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery - Category: Cosmetic Surgery Authors: Source Type: research
Alyssa Kirk, from Brisbane, Australia, had implants in 2016 but was soon experiencing memory loss and random fainting. After having the implants removed she feels 'one million times better'.
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Emma O'Connell and Anna Nightingale, who had textured breast implants put in by UK surgeons but removed for health reasons said surgeons should stop using them.
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ConclusionsData suggest that supplemental screening use in North Carolina did not change after enactment of a breast density notification law, though the increase in new use of any screening DBT was greater for women with dense breasts. The short-term lack of change in supplemental screening should be considered as additional notification laws are developed.
Source: Journal of the American College of Radiology - Category: Radiology Source Type: research
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