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Want bigger breasts for just two weeks? This new treatment will give you just that

  Need bigger breasts for the night to fit into your wonderful dress? Or going on a vacation and you want to look great with bigger breasts in your bikini for just two weeks? Introducing to you instant breast enlargements, also

Toddler has plastic surgery to rebuild his face after being mauled by a bullmastiff

In recent years, plastic surgery has become a want to beauty ourselves, but there are cases where it is more of a need, such as this tragic incident that left a toddler with horrific facial injuries after a vicious attach by a

Botox could be used to treat stomach cancer

Botox injections – beloved by those seeking a wrinkle-free face – may help fight cancer, animal tests suggest. The study, published in Science Translational Medicine, showed nerves help stomach cancers grow. Research on mice found that using the toxin to kill

Plastic surgery in Thailand is safe but authorities advise caution

In the wake of two recent deaths during plastic surgery operations, serious questions have emerged over whether such procedures are still safe in Thailand. Currently, hundreds of doctors do plastic-surgery services at about 80 clinics and hospitals across the country. This

Launch of the PlastyTalk Forum

Today we’re very happy to announce the launch of the PlastyTalk forum.   Aesthetics and Plastic Surgery is a growing niche in Singapore and the region, and we recognize that people are keen to discuss more about the different aspects of aesthetics

Singapore doctor taken to task for damaging patient’s hand during liposuction procedure

SINGAPORE – A general practitioner who specialises in aesthetic treatments has been fined and censured by the Singapore Medical Council (SMC) for damaging a patient’s hand during a liposuction treatment. Dr Kevin Teh, a 40-year-old doctor with the Singapore Lipo, Body

Medical disputes over plastic surgery on the rise in Korea

More patients in South Korea are filing medical disputes after receiving cosmetic surgery or other aesthetic treatments at local clinics, raising concerns about the industry’s safety standards and false advertising. Last week, a woman in her 50s died of dyspnea while

2 in 3 of clinics offering liposuction will not be allowed to continue doing so next year under new MOH guidelines

Out of 29 clinics now offering liposuction, the removal of fat for aesthetic reasons, only nine will be allowed to continue doing so. From March next year, liposuction treatment can be done only in hospitals or clinics approved for day surgery,

One in three open to travelling overseas for Plastic Surgery

Looking for an affordable face lift without breaking the bank? Want to combine a tummy tuck with two weeks in the sun? You’re not alone. Nearly a third of people surveyed around the world say they are open to the idea

Evidence shows Botox can be a remedy for depression

A single injection of cosmetic botulinum toxin (BTX), which is typically used to improve the appearance of facial wrinkles, may be an effective treatment for depression. In one of the first studies to suggest this, investigators at the Hannover Medical School