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Dr. Shu Performs Different Liposuction Procedures in Minneapolis

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What Is Minnesota Liposuction?

Liposuction is a procedure that involves using a cannula to remove fat from different areas of the body. Thanks to the advances in medical technology, people who want to get liposuction in Minnesota have different options. Hi-def liposuction, vaser liposuction, laser liposuction and body jet liposuction are four of the most popular types of liposuction MN. Read more...

Look No Further For Breast Implant Procedure in Minneapolis Area

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What Are Breast Implants in St. Paul?

Breast implants are artificial materials that are used to enlarge the breasts. Saline and silicone are the two types of implants that are used during traditional breast augmentation. Both of these  implants have their advantages and disadvantages. Read more...

Learn About Safe, Effective Liposuction in Minneapolis

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The many misconceptions about liposuction mean that deserving individuals are missing out on a procedure that could transform the way they look. New technologies make the treatment safer than it used to be and more affordable. Anyone can benefit from liposuction in Minneapolis with Shu Cosmetic Surgery. Read more...

Getting the Facts on Minneapolis | St. Paul Liposuction Procedures

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Liposuction at Shu Cosmetic in Minneapolis / St. Paul area offers a way to slim down areas of the body that exercise and diet don’t seem to touch. This cosmetic procedure has come a long way from its early days in the 1980s. Today, the basic procedure is to make microscopic incisions and use a long narrow tube to selectively remove fat cells. A good surgeon will use various techniques to get the best results. Read more...

General Anesthesia Drives Adverse Events

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The use of general anesthesia in conjunction with cosmetic surgery (e.g. liposuction) has been shown to significantly increase the risk for adverse events in office-based surgery. The new data published in the February issue of Dermatologic Surgery, 2012 (Dermatol Surg. 2012;38:171-179) states that two-thirds of deaths and three-quarters of hospital transfers were performed under general anesthesia as opposed to local anesthesia. Read more...