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I recently noticed a lump on my boyfriend’s back of no more than one centimetre in diameter. We decided that it was best to have the lump looked at by a professional. A dermatologist assured us that it was nothing more than a benign lipoma which doesn’t require removal until it’s large enough to warrant excision. How long will it take for lipomas to grow in size and when is the best time to have the lump removed?
I am a 28-year old mum who was born with downturned lips, heavy jowls and a speech impediment. Although I may not be able to change the impediment, I hear there may be treatments or procedures that can upturn my lips and significantly lift or reduce the heaviness of my jowls as well. I am now ready to go under the knife but am unsure of what treatments or surgery entail.
My 25-year-old daughter has been contemplating Botox and filler injections due to a few insignificant lines above her brow, and a thin upper lip. As her mother, I of course believe that injections are unnecessary, but at the same time, can’t stop her from making her own decisions. I would like to find out if my daughter will look stiff and doll-like after Botox and fillers, and if there are ways to reverse the results if she’s unhappy with the outcomes?
I am a 30-year old woman who has recently undergone fat grafting to the breasts. After a difficult recovery period, the transferred fats reduced significantly after a few months. I am currently unhappy with the size of my breasts and am considering undergoing another round of fat grafting. My question is this; will a follow-up treatment help me achieve the results I want? Furthermore, how can I improve fat uptake levels if I do decide on another session of fat grafts to the breast?
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