Rapid Recovery Breast Augmentation Utah

By May 15, 2015 at 2:03 pm

Anyone undergoing any type of surgery wants the recovery process to be quick and easy.

What if we told you that Dr. Kirk Moore at Just The Right Curves provides rapid recovery breast augmentation to patients wishing to undergo breast augmentation surgery? You’d probably want to learn more about it!

Many prospective breast augmentation patients do not realize that some plastic surgeons offer traditional breast augmentation surgery, and some offer rapid recovery breast augmentation surgery. Dr. Kirk offers his patients rapid recovery – because he understands the importance of a practically pain free, rapid recovery breast augmentation option.

What is the Difference Between Traditional and Rapid Recovery Breast Augmentation Surgery?
When it comes to breast augmentation, the recovery process can either be long (e.g. approximately two weeks or more) or relatively short (e.g. approximately 48 hours). Dr. Moore believes that anyone undergoing breast augmentation should have a quick and easy recovery.

Following are some of the differences between traditional breast augmentation surgery and rapid recovery breast augmentation surgery:

Pain: The recovery process with rapid recovery breast augmentation is significantly less painful than traditional breast augmentation surgery. When you undergo a rapid recovery procedure, you may need over-the-counter pain medication for a couple of days. But a traditional procedure might require you to take prescription pain medication for up to a week after your surgery.

Time: With rapid recovery breast augmentation surgery, you will be able to return to work and most of your regular daily activities within two days of your procedure. However, with traditional surgery, you may need up to two weeks, or more, to recover before resuming your normal work and activity schedule.

Safety: The safest type of breast augmentation surgery is rapid recovery because it is simpler and less invasive. Traditional surgery is more traumatic to your body.

If You Have a Busy Life, Rapid Recovery Breast Augmentation Surgery is an Excellent Choice
You may have been contemplating breast augmentation surgery for quite some time, but have not scheduled your procedure because you are worried about the recovery time. But with the rapid recovery option available at Just The Right Curves, you can get back to work and to your busy life in no time. Many people put off breast augmentation surgery for years because they worry about having to stay in bed for two week or more following their procedure. With rapid recovery available, you can finally obtain the look you’ve always wanted – without the downtime.

Want to Learn More?
The first step to learning more about rapid recovery breast augmentation utah is to call Just The Right Curves at (801) 506-6380. During your initial consultation with Dr. Moore, you will be provided with much more information about rapid recovery breast augmentation surgery and all of its many benefits.




LipoBeltMD At-Home Fat Elimination Device

By May 6, 2015 at 2:21 pm

LipoBeltMDDo you have an hour a day for the next three weeks? If so, you’re already a great candidate for LipoBeltMD. This new, at-home fat reduction device is affordable, non-invasive and easy. And the best part? It works! LipoBeltMD does not involve surgery and does not require in-office visits.

LipoBeltMD is a device that is worn as a belt. It’s designed to target specific problem areas on your body. The belt works to freeze unwanted fat cells, which ultimately causes the cells to die – without harming any surrounding skin or tissue. Consequently, the body naturally eliminates the cells from your body – leaving you looking slim and trim.

Benefits of LipoBeltMD
There are many benefits to LipoBeltMD. Following are many of the most popular reasons people are opting for this revolutionary new fat-loss device:

  • It’s non-invasive and does not require any type of surgery
  • It’s possible to target specific problem fat areas on the body with LipoBeltMD
  • It must be worn just one hour a day
  • It is not harmful to the skin or surrounding tissue
  • It’s affordable
  • It includes Advanced Cold Targeting Technology cold packs
  • It produces results in as little as a few weeks

What Areas Can LipoBeltMD Target?
Everybody is unique, but many people have common problem areas. If you classify yourself as someone with a muffin top, love handles, fatty areas on your back, or cellulite, LipoBeltMD might be the perfect solution to remedy your issue(s). If you follow a strict diet and exercise consistently – but you cannot seem to eliminate your problem areas, LipoBeltMD can target those areas and quickly and effectively provide you with visible results.

Fat Freezing Works
CoolSculpting is a very popular method for eliminating unwanted fat. This procedure is available as an in-office procedure and is a unique non-surgical contouring treatment that freezes stubborn fat, which is then naturally eliminated from your body.

If CoolSculpting is available, why would anyone want LipoBeltMD? Primarily, LipoBeltMD can be utilized in the privacy of your own home and can help boost the results that someone may get from CoolSculpting. It does not require any repeat doctor’s visits – which can save you time and money. The device itself is affordable, which makes it highly desirable to people who have stubborn areas that they can’t seem to eliminate no matter how much they diet or exercise.

Is LipoBeltMD Difficult to Use?
LipoBeltMD is designed to be quite easy to use. In fact, it’s recommended that you use LipoBeltMD while you are being inactive – such as when you are laying on a couch or in bed, working on a computer, or watching television.

For more information on LipoBeltMD, give Just The Right Curves a call today at (801) 506-6380. We are happy to answer all of your questions about LipoBeltMD and all other available fat elimination devices, procedures and techniques that we offer.

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“Protect Your Skin” says acting Surgeon General Dr. Boris Lushniak

By November 3, 2014 at 12:14 pm

Just because it’s starting to feel more and more like winter you still need to be aware of how much sun exposure you are getting. Why? Just because its not summer any longer doesn’t mean you are no longer getting the harmful effects of the sun and the number of people being diagnosed with skin cancer is on the rise. An article that appeared on CNN.com on July 30, 2014 entitled, Surgeon General Issues Skin Cancer Warning, highlights statements made by the acting United States Surgeon General Dr. Boris Lushniak regarding skin cancer. According to the article, the skin cancer epidemic “is a major health problem that requires immediate attention. Nearly 5 million people are treated for skin cancer each year.”

The Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer Executive Summary includes 5 Goals, or Calls to Action, on how local, state and federal governments, as well as the private sector, can support skin cancer prevention.

The 5 goals are as follows:

1.     Increase Opportunities for Sun Protection in Outdoor Settings (including on the ski slopes)

2.     Provide Individuals with the Information They Need to Make Informed, Healthy Choices About UV Exposure

3.     Promote Policies that Advance the National Goal of Preventing Skin Cancer

4.     Reduce Harms from Indoor Tanning

5.     Strengthen Research, Surveillance, Monitoring, and Evaluation Related to Skin Cancer Prevention

Everyone is at Risk
It is a common myth that individuals with darker pigmented skin are protected from the risk of developing skin cancer. Nothing could be farther from the truth. According to Dr. Lushniak, “We know that the risk level for skin cancer decreases with more skin pigmentation, but no one is immune. All races are still diagnosed and still affected by UV rays.”

There are several types of skin cancer, but melanoma is the most dangerous. According to the National Cancer Institute, there will be an estimated 76,100 new cases of melanoma diagnosed in 2014 (which will be 4.6% of all new cancer cases in 2014), and there will be an estimated 9,710 deaths due to melanoma in 2014 (which will be 1.7% of all cancer deaths in 2014).

Many cases of melanoma are preventable. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently reviewing several new sunscreen ingredients for manufacture, but in the meantime, it is essential that all individuals utilize sunscreen on a daily basis with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 15. Keep in mind that outdoor temperatures do not affect UV rays. In other words, if it’s cold outside, you are still at risk. Also, on cloudy days, you must still protect yourself.

Protect Yourself Today, Thank Yourself Tomorrow
Melanoma rates have increased more than 200% from 1973 to 2011. Tan skin is simply not worth the risk.

How to Choose a Cosmetic Surgeon

By October 15, 2014 at 12:00 pm

If you are considering cosmetic surgery, make sure to do your homework before selecting a cosmetic surgeon. Not all cosmetic surgeons are created equal!

Before you move forward with your decision to undergo breast augmentation, a tummy tuck, liposuction, a non-surgical cosmetic procedure, or any other type of enhancement surgery, make sure to ask the following questions of prospective surgeons.

How to choose a cosmetic surgeon:

Do you specialize in the type of procedure that I am seeking? You want to make sure the cosmetic surgeon you select has extensive experience with the specific procedure you are considering. There are plenty of cosmetic surgeons, so you want to make sure you choose one that has the right type of expertise.

Where will the surgery take place? Not only do you want to make sure that your cosmetic surgery will take place at a convenient location, but you also want to make sure the facility is up to par and certified. Don’t put yourself at risk by agreeing to have cosmetic surgery performed in a facility that is not equipped to handle emergencies. Just The Right Curves world-class surgery center is fully certified.

Does the cosmetic surgery pose any significant risks? There are risks associated with all types of surgery. Many cosmetic surgery procedures are considered elective or optional. If you are seeking a type of cosmetic surgery that is associated with a high level of risk, make sure the cosmetic surgeon(s) that you are interviewing explains all of the risks to you in full detail. Dr. Moore and his staff make it a point to discuss all client questions and concerns during our detailed consultation.

How much is the procedure going to cost? A cosmetic surgeon or his/her office staff should be able to provide you with a good estimate for the cost of your procedure. Keep in mind that many health insurance carriers do not cover elective or cosmetic procedures so it’s important to verify this beforehand. Just The Right Curves offers a handful of financing options for your procedure payment. Click here to review the different financing options we offer.

Do you have before and after photos available? Most experienced and talented cosmetic surgeons are more than happy to share before and after photos of previous patients to prospective patients. If the cosmetic surgeon cannot or will not provide you with photos, you should probably be concerned. We offer customized before and after photos suited to your body type. Click here to see for yourself!

Can you provide me with references from previous patients? It’s very common for prospective cosmetic surgery patients to ask for references from previous patients. If a cosmetic surgeon has happy and satisfied patients, he or she should be happy to share their references with you. Our policy is “don’t just take our word for it”, click here to check out what our clients have to say.

5 Negative Effects the Sun Can Have on Your Health

By August 26, 2014 at 2:30 pm

The Sun. These days, it seems like we can’t live with it and we can’t live without it! Obviously, life on earth would not exist without the sun. We need the sun to live. The sun also provides humans with many benefits – besides life itself. The sun provides our bodies with the ability to produce Vitamin D – which is necessary to stay healthy. Bright and sunny days also tend to put most people in a good mood. The ability to enjoy the outdoors on a warm day is great for your health!

The sun has many benefits. But the sun is also known to have damaging effects on the human body. Nonetheless, it’s not necessary to completely avoid being in the sun. However, it’s important to understand that the sun can have a negative impact on your health if you don’t take precautions.

Following are 5 negative effects the sun can have on your health:

  1. Sun Burn: Anyone who exposes their skin to direct sunlight runs the risk of a sunburn. Uncomfortable and potentially dangerous sunburns can be avoided with diligent use of sunscreen. In order to avoid sunburns, make sure to avoid overexposure to the sun, avoid being in direct sunlight during the sunniest hours of the day, and always re-apply sunscreen often.
  2. Skin Cancer: Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight is one of the most important contributing factors to the development of skin cancer. Everyone is susceptible to developing skin cancer – no matter their skin tone. However, people with very light skin are at the highest risk. The chances of developing skin cancer are increased if you have a family history of skin cancer, if you live in a very sunny climate, and if you’ve had multiple severe sunburns during your lifetime.
  3. Speeds up the aging process: prolonged exposure to the sun is known to cause the skin to age faster. The result is an increase in wrinkles and fine lines on the face.
  4. Heatstroke: During the summer or when the temperatures are very high – and the sun is shining brightly – it’s not uncommon for some individuals to suffer from heatstroke or heat exhaustion. If you are in the direct sun and you develop a severe headache or feel like you might faint, it’s important to get to a cool area and drink lots of water.
  5. Eyes: The sun can damage your eyes as easily as it can damage your skin. It’s important that you protect your eyes by wearing protective eyewear (such as sunglasses with UV protection). Protective eyewear will reduce your risk of burning your cornea, developing cataracts, suffering from macular degeneration, and developing other serious eye conditions.

Remember, it’s entirely possible to greatly reduce the potential negative effects that the sun can have on your health by simply following preventative protocol. Everyone needs the sun to survive, and you don’t have to completely avoid your exposure to it – as long as you are smart about it.



How Hormones Affect Weight Gain

By June 19, 2013 at 10:29 pm

Many factors contribute to how much weight a person gains in a week, month, year, or over the course of their lifetime. Some of the most common contributing factors to weight gain include stress, eating habits, lifestyle, regular exercise regimen, and heredity. But besides these factors, one stands out as being highly influential – hormone levels. This article will help you understand how hormones affect weight gain and the options you have.

There’s no doubt about it: Hormones affect weight gain. A hormone called cortisol helps maintain a person’s blood pressure and energy level, and also affect’s a person’s metabolism. Many people know about cortisol because there have been television “infomercials” airing for many years that discuss cortisol – and how this hormone, combined with high levels of stress, can contribute to excessive weight gain.

However, cortisol is not the only hormone that can affect a person’s weight. Although men and women are obviously different, each have hormones that can affect their weight. Men and women have different body types, and each tends to store fat in different areas of the body. It’s typical for women to store more fat in their breasts, thighs and hips. And the mid-section of the body is normally where we see men store their fat.

The areas of the body in which women store fat has to with the hormones estrogen and progesterone. And the hormone testosterone is what causes men to store fat in their mid sections. Hormones tend to affect women more than men in terms of weight gain because they experience hormone fluctuations each month. Fluctuations can vary greatly among women because hormonal balance (which can vary from one person to another) plays a large role in weight loss and weight gain.

Any man or woman who is having trouble either gaining or losing weight should schedule an appointment to discuss the difficulty with his or her physician. Your physician will be able to explain to you in more detail exactly how hormones affect your ability to gain or lose weight. You may also be checked to determine whether your hormones are out of balance.

The Aging Process
It can become more and more difficult for aging men and women to lose weight due to age-related hormonal changes. While diet and exercise can help older individuals lose weight, there are specific foods that should be avoided. Lifestyle changes can help, as well as targeted exercise regimens.

As stated above, many factors contribute to a person’s ability (or inability) to gain and/or lose weight. Hormones play a large role in the process, and if hormones are not balanced, gaining and/or losing weight can be very difficult. If you are having difficulty with weight loss, and you want to do something about it, schedule an appointment with your physician to discuss your situation.

Not all physicians are created equally.

Many doctors do not fully understand the benefits of Bio-Identical Hormones and still are suck in the old realm of thinking and prescribe synthetic hormones. Dr. Kirk Moore believes in the benefit of Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy and takes an in-depth look at your hormone panel to come up with the very best treatment plan for you.