Reconstructive surgery has been around for so long that it actually has no traceable beginning. Reconstructive surgery was once thought of vanity procedures reserved for the wealthy and the famous. This is no longer true. Two of the newest "medical advancements in cosmetic surgery" are captique and contour threads. Both of these new procedures were designed to minimize both the typical risks involved with cosmetic surgery and the invasive procedures available. The medical advancements in cosmetic surgery push through quickly in an effort to provide faster, less invasive options to the clientele.
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