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  • Penn physician pioneers new reconstructive surgery for female genital mutilation

    There is new hope for the hundreds of millions of women worldwide who have been subjected to genital mutilation. A surgeon in Penn Medicine’s Center for Human Appearance has developed a reconstructive procedure that can increase sexual function and, patients’ early experiences suggest, help heal the emotional and psychological wounds associated with the mutilation.

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  • Advances in reconstruction of congenital deformities of the ear

    Dr. Wang and his colleagues from the Department of Plastic Surgery at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Kunming Medical University in Yunnan, China presented their ten-year experience with 166 ear reconstructions for microtia, published in the journal Plastic and Aesthetic Research.

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  • Nearly half of survey respondents bothered by submental fullness

    The survey of 1,996 men and women in the United States between the ages of 18 and 57 found that 47% of respondents reported being bothered by the appearance of the area underneath their chin, according to a press release from Allergan, which commissioned the survey.

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  • CoolSculpting vs. liposuction: What to know

    CoolSculpting and liposuction are both surgical methods for removing body fat. CoolSculpting is useful for removing small areas of fat, whereas liposuction is more suitable for removing large portions of fat.

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  • How to maintain injectable results while under quarantine

    Many patients who regularly schedule noninvasive treatments, such as Botox and dermal fillers, may not know when they will be able to schedule their next appointment. How, then, is it possible to maintain the results of your most recent treatment while being under quarantine?

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