Category Archives: Miscellaneous Topics

The Beginner’s Guide to Beating Father Time

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It is no secret that the average woman looks in the mirror a minimum of eight times per day. Whether it be to check her hair, check her makeup, or even to evaluate that new spot that was not there … Continue reading

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A Healthy You Before the New You!

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If you are interested in having plastic surgery, it is important to understand the risks associated with surgery and to know if you’re an ideal candidate beforehand. The ideal surgical candidate is in overall good health, doesn’t smoke, is at … Continue reading

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The Positive Benefits of Having Plastic Surgery

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Physical issues can affect your self-esteem and overall satisfaction with life. Patients frequently complain that their aging faces, or their saggy breasts and tummy, instill negative feelings on a daily basis. Having plastic surgery can give you the freedom to … Continue reading

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Voluma Injection to the Cheek and Mid face – What to Expect

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Much excitement has been generated with the introduction of Juvederm Voluma, a new injectable filler designed to add volume to the mid face and cheeks, making the face look more youthful and lifted. Unlike like other hyaluronic acid fillers, Voluma … Continue reading

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Cosmetic Surgery Financing with Care Credit

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Do you want cosmetic surgery, but aren’t sure how you can afford it? At Dr. Jejurikar’s office we understand your financial pressures and will work with you to make surgery more affordable! Dr. Jejurikar accepts Care Credit, which is a … Continue reading

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Vitamins, supplements and surgery – Be careful!

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Nearly 1 of out 4 Americans takes some kind of herbal supplement. The majority of cosmetic surgery patients do not disclose that they take these over-the-counter supplements, most commonly because they don’t really consider these to be medications. While the health … Continue reading

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Woman fakes cancer to get Breast Augmentation

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Mesa, Arizona A woman faked having breast cancer so she could have her breasts augmented, according to police In Mesa, Arizona. Last year, the woman, 27-year-old Jami Toler, told her co-workers that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. She … Continue reading

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Special Event at Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute – 09/29/11

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Dr. Jejurikar is hosting a special event from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 on Thursday, September 29, 2011 at Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute. Enjoy great deals on treatments with Botox Cosmetic, Juvederm, and SkinMedica skin care products. Representatives from Allergan (the … Continue reading

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Important Considerations Before Cosmetic Surgery

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Many people ask preoperatively what they can do to minimize the chances of problems after surgery.  Although the possibility of complications always exists, there are very things that you can do to minimize complications and to speed up the recovery … Continue reading

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Nonsurgical nose job – case study

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Here’s an interesting alternative to surgical rhinoplasty. This patient presented to my office a little more than a year after undergoing rhinoplasty (nasal surgery) in another city. He was unhappy with a depression along the left side of his nose, … Continue reading

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