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Treatment of the silhouette: surgery or non-invasive technique?
March 04, 2020
Does the thought of putting you in a swimsuit on the beach depress you? Some people think that cosmetic surgery could give you both the figure of your dreams and a healthy outlook. At least that's what the Swiss online magazine L'Hebdo revealed on March 11, 2013. The psychologist Jürgen Margraf from the University of the Rurh in Bochum (Germany) [...]
Latest news about textured breast implants - 05/04/19
April 06, 2019
Following the decision of the National Agency for Security of Medicines to ban the use of textured breast implants in France, here is the reaction of some learned societies. This collection of reactions is not exhaustive and there will be many more...It would seem that the French health authorities acted indiscriminately worthy of an official body in a context of [...]
About lipofilling and its different techniques (SNIF and Nanofats)
February 14, 2019
History and evolution: Filling techniques with fat are now well known to us and are used to treat facial volume loss in particular. These lipofilling techniques have evolved towards the use of smaller and smaller fat cells in order to reduce potential irregularities that somewhat alter the result. Among the techniques used are microfilling, also known as SNIF (Sharp Needle Intradermal Fat [...]
Letter from ISAPS (International Association of Plastic Surgeon) about textured implants and the LAGC
January 07, 2019
Dear patients, On the 16th of December 2018, the CE certificate for textured breast implants and tissue expanders of the manufacturer ALLERGAN was not extended within the European Union (EU), Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. The reason for this is not new scientific findings or studies on the Allergan breast implants, but the fact that additional data on textured breast implants [...]
Frequently asked questions about large cell anaplastic lymphoma associated with breast implant (LAGC-AIM)
December 07, 2018
WHAT IS LAGC-AIM? The abbreviation LAGC-AIM comes from Large Cell Anaplastic Lymphoma Associated with a Breast Implant and refers to a rare T cell lymphoma that develops around breast implants placed as part of reconstructive or cosmetic surgery.1 At present, the cause of LAGC-AIM is not clearly understood.IS LAGC-AIM A FORM OF BREAST CANCER? LAGC-AIM is not a breast cancer in itself, [...]
Facial lipofilling (fat transfer)
December 05, 2018
  INTRODUCTION :   It has long been recognized that as we age, our skin loses its elasticity, loosens and is very often in excess. It is according to this principle that face lifts have been proposed for several decades. For a long time, facelifts have been the subject of various and varied technical proposals: several renowned surgeons have studied the issue in order to [...]
Let's talk about gynecomastia (male breasts)
December 05, 2018
INTRODUCTION: Gynecomastia is an anomaly encountered in men which consists in having a more or less developed breast. This anomaly, which seems to occur more and more often, is very often a source of great complexity and malaise. Unfortunately, the disease responds poorly to medical treatment when it is installed and surgery is often the only option to consider. The best solution remains prevention [...]
The Risks of Implant-Associated Large Cell Anaplastic Lymphoma
November 29, 2018
COMMUNIQUE FROM THE RBSPS (Belgian Royal Society of Plastic Surgery) :Anaplastic Large Cell Anaplastic Lymphoma Associated with Breast Implants (BIA-ALCL) is an extremely rare lymphoma that can occur around breast implants - and if detected early, it is curable in most patients.BIA-ALCL is not a breast tissue cancer per se. All government authorities and oncology societies classify BIA-ALCL as a [...]
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