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By Lisa Perez, MD, VeinInnovations Midtown Spider veins are the least serious of the most common vein disorders. Spider veins are essentially smaller versions of varicose veins and are caused by blood pooling in the veins because the valves are … Continue reading

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National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) runs from April 23-29, 2017. Whether you’re ready for pregnancy now or are just keeping your options open for the future, it is never too early to start a conversation with your doctor about your … Continue reading

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Y Plastic’s breast-reduction patients are some of the happiest people we see after surgery!  In fact, breast reduction can literally be life-changing, freeing women from years of pain, infection and a poor self-image. Our patients would tell you that large … Continue reading

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Do your eyes water, look red or feel irritated regularly? Do they feel fatigued or become blurred during daily activities? You could be one of the nearly 5 million Americans who are estimated to have dry eyes. What is dry … Continue reading

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Preserving Your Hair with Proper Hair Care According to the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, an estimated 35 million men and 21 million women are currently experiencing some degree of hair loss. At The Griffin Center of Hair Restoration … Continue reading

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The holiday season can be stressful for everyone, but for those struggling with infertility, this may be an especially difficult time. Experiment with these stress relieving activities, and find a few that work best. 1. Get outside for a walk, … Continue reading

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There are an estimated 56 million men and women currently suffering from hair loss in the United States and, unfortunately, the majority of those afflicted never even bother to seek treatment. Many simply accept that hair loss is unavoidable—the result … Continue reading

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If you’re tired of wearing glasses and contacts day in and day out, LASIK might be the solution. As with any surgical procedure, it’s important to ask questions before deciding if it’s right for you. Dr. Andre Cohen of Marietta … Continue reading

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There are many myths about hair loss, but one of the most pervasive is that it affects only men.  This common misconception can be particularly dangerous, because it perpetuates the idea that women’s hair loss is something to be ashamed … Continue reading

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Acne, irregular periods and excessive hair growth—these are not only symptoms of puberty, they’re also signs of a problem that affects 10-15% of reproductive age women. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a metabolic condition that can be a precursor for … Continue reading

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