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Saudi Arabians flock to Dubai for plastic surgery

Arguably the most desired look among women in the Middle East consists of long dark hair, plump lips and a slim hour glass figure. With the cosmetic surgery industry booming in the Arab world largely due to social media trends, its no wonder middle eastern women are flocking to undergo  

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7 tips to choosing the right plastic surgeon in Dubai

Many of us have imperfections or birth defects that effect our self-confidence and make us feel uncomfortable in social situations. Plastic surgery can prove a fantastic choice for making minor and major adjustments to our physical appearance, and this can help boost our self-esteem and restore lost confidence - which  

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Liposuction surgery explained

Celebrities on the big screen and models in glossy magazines often have the slim and slender figure that so many people dream of. A healthy, well-balanced diet full of the right nutrition and a consistent exercise regime is something that we can all incorporate into our lifestyle to help us  

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Growth of cosmetic surgery in Dubai has pros and cons

The popularity of cosmetic surgery in Dubai has soared in recent years, and in turn there has been a huge increase in the number of plastic surgery clinics offering a range of cosmetic procedures. Of course, it is always nice to have choice, and Dubai is now becoming recognised as  

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The tummy tuck explained

People right across the globe are trying to find ways to physically enhance their appearance, and things are no different right here in Dubai. For many, excess stomach fat is what poses the problem, and these people are searching for a solution to remove this fat and tighten the tummy  

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Why smoking and plastic surgery is a bad idea

Here in Dubai and many other parts of the United Arab Emirates, smoking is largely restricted but still allowed in certain places. It’s forbidden in government facilities and enclosed public spaces, such as shopping malls and offices. Designated smoking areas are instead put in place, and people can smoke in  

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