Category: Cosmetic Surgery

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The world of cosmetic surgery is rapidly changing. Social stigmas have gone by the wayside, and patients are willing to do whatever ensures they’ll receive the best care—including literally going the distance and traveling to another state or country. Thus it’s no surprise more people than ever are heading to Vegas to get enviable curves… Continue Reading »

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A common goal among my Las Vegas cosmetic surgery patients is to look and feel more confident in a swimsuit. Naturally, these patients want to get back to the pool as soon as possible—particularly with the hot weather we’ve been experiencing here in Vegas. However, swimming too soon after cosmetic surgery can put your health… Continue Reading »

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We’re not quite ready to admit it, but summer is on its way out. And while you might still be enjoying a golden glow, the summer may also have left you with a bit more than you bargained for: dull, dry, or sun damaged skin. Our favorite parts about the season—sunny days, swimming in the… Continue Reading »

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A recent study published by Dermatologic Surgery journal explored what areas of the face bother women the most. Researchers surveyed 603 women aged 30 – 65 who were selected because of their expressed desire to either improve their appearance or have help achieving graceful aging. All participants were considering some form of treatment within the… Continue Reading »

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You may have heard that the big news in the cosmetic enhancement world is a new, FDA-approved injection that reduces submental fat, also known as the dreaded double chin. The injection, Kybella, was recently approved after two clinical trials that showed noticeable results in patients with moderate to severe cases of excess fat under the… Continue Reading »

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Breast augmentation is the most effective way to increase breast size and can provide beautiful results for women looking to enhance their breast shape. As wonderful as breast implants can be, traditional methods do come with a downside: scars. Dr. Pancholi offers a unique approach that can be a great option for certain patients—the transaxillary… Continue Reading »

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