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Your Consumer Guide to Cosmetic Surgery

Before you opt for cosmetic surgery, discover the pros and cons of the latest techniques and what you can expect from dozens of different procedures.

There are literally dozens of cosmetic surgery procedures you can choose from to give yourself a younger, fitter look — from surgical methods to reshape your nose, belly, butt, thighs, and breasts to non-surgical techniques to help erase wrinkles, tighten skin, and treat cellulite.


With so many procedures to choose from, how can you know what’s best for you? What results can you expect and how long will they last? What are the possible side effects? Cost? Recovery time?
And exactly what’s involved with each procedure — what will the surgeon do? And what are possible complications?
And how can you choose the right doctor, who can make the difference between looking your best or leaving you with regret?

If you’re considering cosmetic surgery, it’s important that you know the answers to these and other questions.

That’s why the experts at Harvard Medical School have published a Special Report — Cosmetic Surgery: The latest aesthetic practices, from minimally invasive procedures to advanced surgical techniques.

Before you say “yes” to any of these procedures, get the full details in Harvard’s Special Report: Cosmetic Surgery

Nonsurgical rejuvenation techniques

  • Erasing wrinkles and lines
  • Skin tightening
  • Nonsurgical fat removal
  • Cellulite treatment

Face and neck surgery

  • Face lift (rhytidectomy)
  • Forehead (brow) lift
  • Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty)
  • Nose surgery (rhinoplasty)
  • Lip lift
  • Chin and cheek implants
  • Neck lift (lower rhytidectomy)
  • Hair transplant

Body reshaping

  • Liposuction
  • Fat grafting
  • Tummy tuck (abdominoplasty)
  • Buttock enhancement
  • Arm lift (brachioplasty)
  • Thigh lift (thighplasty)
  • Labiaplasty
  • Breast reshaping
  • Breast augmentation
  • Breast lift (mastopexy)
  • Fat grafting for breast enhancement
  • Pectoral enhancement
  • Breast reduction (reduction mammoplasty) for women
  • Gynecomastia correction (reduction mammoplasty) for men

Finding the right doctor

  • Choosing a doctor
  • The consultation: What to expect
  • How much will it cost?
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This Special Report is the fully illustrated, easy-to-read, empowering consumer guide to help you make the best decisions that lead to the best possible results, no matter what procedure you’re considering. Order now and discover ...

17 non-surgical rejuvenation techniques to help erase wrinkles and lines ... tighten skin ... remove fat ... and treat cellulite. Find out which may be best for you.
How a face lift can erase 10 to 15 years from your appearance — but with an important caveat.
The pros and cons of two brow lift options that can make you appear calmer, happier, and younger.
What a “nose job” can do for you and how to help improve your satisfaction with the results.
How liposuction can deliver dramatic and long-lasting results. But beware of what it cannot do!
How a tummy tuck can help remove a drooping or protruding belly. But before you venture into it, consider these possible red flags.
Breast augmentation ... breast lifts ... breast reduction and more — find out what to ask your doctor to ensure the results you’re looking for.

And more!

SPECIAL SECTION: Before and After Surgery — Tips for Preparation and Recovery

Preparation for your surgery begins weeks or even months before the actual procedure. That's why this Special Section is so important to you. In it, you'll discover 21 expert tips to help you prepare — from getting a support network in place and requesting time off from work to creating a recovery oasis. Plus, you’ll learn about 8 little-known tips to help smooth your recovery with your new look!