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The Greater Las Vegas Area is a Plastic Surgery Travel Destination

You’ve probably heard that salacious marketing motto, ‘What happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas.’ Coined in 2003 as part of a Las Vegas tourism campaign, the phrase (and campaign) took off like wildfire, creating some of the most memorable commercials in recent history- and inspiring everything from songs to major motion pictures. Designed to invoke feelings of both freedom from inhibition, to privacy in the form of an unspoken brotherhood-like ‘code,’ that everyone in the area knows and abides by. So it’s not surprising at all that people around the world are flocking to the greater Las Vegas area, and to Mitchell Plastic Surgery, for their plastic surgery procedures.

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What Are the Most Requested Celebrity Faces?

In a society that is seemingly obsessed with celebrity culture, the desire to look more like a specific celebrity is surprisingly, perfectly healthy. After all, who wouldn’t want to share features with an extremely beautiful person? But did you know that in addition to being a totally normal behavior, for patients seeking plastic surgery, paying attention to celebrity features can actually be very useful in identifying what you do and do not want to change with your own features? If you’ve ever caught yourself staring at a magazine or television show, wishing you had Angelina’s lips or Kerry Washington’s cheekbones, you’re not alone.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_sad-woman.jpgFor many patients, cosmetic surgery is something they’ve looked forward to for years. Whether they’re removing a much-despised bump in the nose, want larger breasts, or are ready for a full facelift, cosmetic procedures offer patients hope that they can finally look on the outside the way they feel on the inside. But many patients are surprised when, following their procedure, they are left feeling hopeless and depressed. Post-surgical depression is real, and it happens more often than you might think. Learn the triggers of this type of depression, the warning signs to look for following your procedure, and what to do if you think you are experiencing post-surgical depression.

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If you are considering plastic surgery, you’ve likely got a long list of questions for your surgeon- but there are a few you should be asking yourself, too. If you think you’re ready to take the plunge and get that cosmetic procedure you’ve been dreaming of, Dr. Ryan Mitchell wants to know- have you asked yourself these questions:

Why do you want plastic surgery?

Seems like a pretty obvious question, right? But it’s the first question you should be asking yourself when considering any procedure. You know which procedure you’re considering, but do you know WHY you want it? Do you truly believe your breast size is ‘too small?’ Do you think your confidence would improve if you removed the bump in your nose? Or, is someone else telling you that you’d be more attractive if you’d make these improvements. Your surgical outcome will only be as positive as you make it. If you are being pressured into surgery and it’s not what you actually want, you will most likely not be happy with the results. If you think fixing your problem areas is a magic cure for your problems, you are setting yourself up for unrealistic results- and potentially a big letdown. Ultimately, knowing why you want surgery is just as important as knowing where you want surgery- and genuinely wanting it for the right reasons makes all the difference.

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More Americans Getting Belly Button Surgery

If you’re one of the 4% of people with an "outie" belly button, you’re a rarity. But if that distinction isn’t exactly something you’re proud of, there’s help! Did you know there’s a plastic surgery procedure called an "umbilicoplasty" that can actually transform your outie to an "innie?" Dr. Ryan Mitchell discusses the ‘in’s and out’s’ of correcting your belly button.

Though genetics can play a role in whether you have an innie or outie belly button, you’re not actually born with your belly button. That’s because it’s created when your umbilical cord detaches and falls off your body- making your belly button essentially a scar. Besides genetics, there are a few other factors that can determine whether a belly button is convex or concave- the after-care of your umbilical cord is one, and the presence of an umbilical hernia is another. In some cases, a person can be born with an innie, and it pops out later due to weight gain or pregnancy. Unfortunately, once your belly button becomes an outie, it won’t ‘go back in’ on its own.

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