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Plastic Surgeon in the Virgin Islands: Skin Cancer in the Caribbean

Plastic Surgeon in the Virgin Islands: Skin Cancer in the Caribbean

by Natalie (SU)
So, you are trying to decide where to go for your next vacation. You love the beach, but you are also scared of getting skin cancer, because of all the stories you’ve heard, plus your family history with the disease. Understandably, you wonder if the beach could even be an option. That’s why being aware of the dangers of skin cancer are very important, as well as what you can do to prevent it.

Having Plastic Surgery Safely in the Virgin Islands

Having Plastic Surgery Safely in the Virgin Islands

by Stephanie Meadows
Whenever you hear that someone has gone abroad to receive plastic surgery of any kind (tummy tucks, breast implants, facelift), I am sure you have cringed and questioned the intelligence of the overall idea. However, the stories you hear are mainly because those people flocked to another country without doing their research, and went with a surgeon that would do their work quick and cheap. Turns out that surgeon was not board certified in plastic surgery. Cue horror story, tears, and some serious health issues and complications. Well, it’s not quite abroad, but you can now have plastic surgery procedures done in the U.S. Virgin Islands, by a board-certified plastic surgeon.

 WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A WOMAN PLASTIC SURGEON IN 2017?

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A WOMAN PLASTIC SURGEON IN 2017?

by Natalie (SU)
Even though the overwhelming amount of plastic surgery patients are women, you may find it surprising that only about 14% of all plastic surgeons are women…and that is up from 3% just a generation ago! Slowly but surely, however, more women are entering the field of cosmetic surgery, making it easier for patients to find a female plastic surgeon.

I'm Not a Mommy: Should I Get a Mommy Makeover

I'm Not a Mommy: Should I Get a Mommy Makeover

by Natalie (SU)
Your best friend calls you and is so excited she can hardly get the news out to you. No, she’s not pregnant. She’s already done that (twice), and has two beautiful children to show for it. The reason for her excitement is she just came back from the doctor’s office where she has scheduled her “mommy makeover”. You’re absolutely thrilled for her. You know how hard she works to keep her body in shape. You know because you’re right there with her, watching what you eat, going to the gym, and staying active. You acknowledge that motherhood takes it toll. Handling two young children while juggling the rest of her life isn’t easy. Sometimes she looks a little tired, her skin a little dull. She deserves to do this because you love your friend and you want her to feel comfortable with her body – to get that boost of confidence a makeover will offer her. Then you think, wait, I don’t have children. I work hard to stay fit and look fresh also, but I could really use a lift too! Yet, I’m not a mommy. So, Can I get a mommy makeover?