Yahoo! Style / Dr. Rady Rahban All of the Boob Job Questions You’ve Ever Had, Answered June 16, 2021

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Unless your insurance company thinks the surgery is medically necessary, it won’t be covered, says Dr. Val. Womp womp. One sitch where breast implants are covered by insurance is when they’re part of the breast reconstruction process after undergoing a mastectomy, she says. For breast reductions, Rady Rahban, MD, adds that insurance will sometimes pay if the breasts are so large they create symptoms of back pain, neck pain, or rashes under the breasts.


Read More / Dr. Rady Rahban Here’s how a $10,000 rhinoplasty procedure can dramatically change your nose June 16, 2021

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Do your homework before going through with a rhinoplasty. For instance, make sure your surgeon specializes in rhinoplasty, and look through the before and after photos to make sure they have the same aesthetic you’re going for, says Rady Rahban, MD, FACS, board-certified plastic surgeon in private practice.

Once you’ve chosen the best surgeon for you, it’s important to discuss all medications and supplements that you take because there are certain ones you’ll need to avoid before surgery.


Read More / Dr. Peterson Pierre Tanning & Tattoos: Is a Golden Color Worth Risking Your Ink? June 16, 2021

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As always, multiple sources will always have different opinions though. When asking BIPOC Dermatologist Peterson Pierre MD of the Pierre Skin Care Institute regarding whether or not it is safe to tan with tattoos, he explained,

“There is no such thing as a safe tan. A tan is your skin’s only defense mechanism against the ultraviolet RADIATION that it’s being subjected to. Will tanning ruin your tattoos over time? No, but it will most certainly ruin your skin.”


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Daily Paws / Airvet 10 Mixed Breed Dogs That Are the Best Of Both Parents June 2, 2021

When you’re deciding what dog to welcome to your family, you want to make sure your pup will fit your lifestyle. While some people enjoy long hikes and bike rides and prefer an active companion, others live in a small space in a city and choose a floof that’s more of a snuggly, calm lap dog. Many pet owners also consider the full-grown size of an animal and their fur and hair if they suffer from allergies.

With this in mind, many potential new pet parents explore the wide range of mixed dog breeds. By definition, a mixed dog breed is exactly what it sounds like: a pup whose parents are not the same purebred dog, explains Stephanie Lantry, DVM, from Sarasota, Fla. and the resident vet for the Airvet app.


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