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The Importance of Early Cleft Palate Surgery

The Importance of Early Cleft Palate Surgery

by Stephanie Meadows
Every three minutes a child is born with a cleft lip or palate. It is estimated that cleft lip with or without cleft palate affects 1 in 940 births in the United States, presenting in approximately 4,437 cases each year. Organizations like operation smile have saved multiple lives of children suffering from a cleft palate of cleft lip, a deformity caused during birth. Operation Smile’s mission is to give every child exceptional surgical care, as they believe all children deserve to be treated as if they were their own.

Dr. Eric Stelnicki Uses VSP Orthognathics for Craniofacial Microsomia

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Dr. Eric J. Stelnicki, M.D. is the first craniofacial surgeon to use Virtual Surgical Planning (VSP Orthognathics) in the state of Florida for treatment of complex jaw deformities related to craniofacial disorders.

CoolSculpting at the Atlantic Center

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CoolSculpting, also known as non-surgical fat reduction or non-invasive body contouring is now available at the Atlantic Center of Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery!

Seek Qualified Professionals for Your Plastic Surgery Procedures

Seek Qualified Professionals for Your Plastic Surgery Procedures

by Stephanie Meadows
ATTENTION! Seek qualified professionals for your plastic surgery procedures. With burgeoning technology and increased availability to quality doctors, there has never been a better time for cosmetic procedure options. The cosmetic surgery industry is booming, with many procedures becoming plastic attainable and discreet. People in the United States spend billions of dollars a year on cosmetic procedures, from breast augmentation, face lifts and liposuction to butt implants, Botox injections and more.

What Does Getting a Mommy Makeover Mean?

What Does Getting a Mommy Makeover Mean?

by Stephanie Meadows
We all have those days where we don’t feel confident in the way that we look. This feeling is especially present with women who have not fully lost baby weight from their pregnancies. For women, our bodies are always changing. After pregnancy, many women find that they don’t look or feel like themselves anymore, and they yearn for the body they had prior to pregnancy. Stretched out skin and muscles, breasts that sag or lose volume, and pockets of fat that weren’t there before can put a real damper on your confidence.