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TV Appearances

¿Qué tipo de implantes hay y qué efectos tienen?

Ft. Alex Zuriarrain, MD | March 22, 2022

El cirujano plástico Alex Zuriarrain habló de los diferentes implantes mamarios que existen y las reacciones que el cuerpo puede tener a ellos.

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Dr. Z on Rhinoplasty Procedures in an Interview with Admari Lopez on Telemundo's Un Nuevo Dia

Ft. Alex Zuriarrain, MD | February 19, 2020

Dr. Z went live to discuss rhinoplasty, with host Admari Lopez of the acclaimed program Un Nuevo Dia on Telemundo TV.

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Dr. Z Interview with Karla Martinez on Despierta America

Ft. Alex Zuriarrain, MD | February 19, 2020

In this interview, we show the viewers on live television a demonstration of the various injectables.

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Consejos para reducir los riesgos de las cirugías estéticas | Un Nuevo Día | Telemundo

Ft. Alex Zuriarrain, MD | December 10, 2019

Video oficial de Telemundo Un Nuevo Día. El Dr. Alexander Zuriarrain, cirujano plástico, aconseja sobre las mejores cirugías para reducir los riesgos, además, Lis Vega comparte sus experiencias con los tratamientos estéticos.

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Nueva Tecnología Permite Reducir Riesgos en las Cirugías - Telemundo

Ft. Alex Zuriarrain, MD | December 10, 2019

Video oficial de Telemundo Un Nuevo Día. El Dr. Alexander Zuriarrain explica las complicaciones de las cirugías estéticas y cómo la nueva tecnología permite reducir más esos riesgos.

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Univision's Jessica Rodriguez at Zuri Plastic Surgery

Ft. Alex Zuriarrain, MD | June 26, 2019

Jessica Rodriguez, presenter with Univision visits Dr. Z for a Botox treatment.

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Dr. Z Entrevista con el Dr. Juan/ Interview with Dr. Juan on Univision's Despierta America

Ft. Alex Zuriarrain, MD | June 21, 2019

El Dr. Alex Zuriarrain (conocido por sus pacientes como el Dr. Z), de Zuri Plastic Surgery habla sobre el boom de la cirugía plástica en los Estados Unidos. Miami es la principal ciudad para procedimientos de cirugía plástica. El Dr. Z responde a las preguntas más frecuentes y explica procedimientos como el Levantamiento de Glúteos Brasileño. El Dr. Z explica por qué no se recomiendan los implantes para los levantamientos de glúteos.

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Podcasts and Radio

Podcast about the Brazillian Butt Lift

The ABCs of Abdominoplasty

Ft. Alex Zuriarrain, MD | June 22, 2022

Join Plastic Surgery Practice Co-Chief Editors Alison Werner and Keri Stephens as they talk to board-certified plastic surgeon Alex Zuriarrain, MD, FACS, of Zuri Plastic Surgery in Miami, about one of the most common cosmetic procedures, abdominoplasty.

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Podcast about the Brazillian Butt Lift

Plastic Surgery Practice Talks To Dr Alex Zuriarrain About The Brazilian Butt Lift

Ft. Alex Zuriarrain, MD | March, 2022

In this episode, zuriarrain talks about the need for better communication with patients about the risks associated with bbl procedures and how he is using ultrasound technology to improve patient safety.

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Realself University Podcast

Realself University Podcast: Episode 37

Ft. Alex Zuriarrain, MD | July, 2020

Miami plastic surgeon Alex Zuriarrain, MD lets us in on how he's managed to generate over 400 patient reviews just 1 year into private practice, how he became the go-to plastic surgeon for Spanish television in Miami without spending a dime, and the strategies he uses for driving maximum impact with those TV appearances.

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Medical Journals

Safety of Wireless Ultrasound-Guided Gluteal Fat Grafting

Safety of Wireless Ultrasound-Guided Gluteal Fat Grafting

By Alan Wong, BS, Alexander D. J. Selsky, BS, and Alexander Zuriarrain, MD

Gluteal fat grafting (or autologous fat transfer to the buttocks) is one of the fastest growing procedures in plastic surgery. However, as the popularity of the procedure has grown, so has the number of fatalities and complications. The use of wireless ultrasound imaging during the procedure can help reduce the chances of intramuscular fat injection and improve patient safety.

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Potential Advantages of Wireless Ultrasound-Guided Transversus Abdominis Plane Block for Pain Control Post-Abdominoplasty

By Alan Wong, BS, Alexander D. J. Selsky, BS, Alexander Zuriarrain, MD | June 15, 2020

Transversus abdominis plane (TAP) block is a relatively new technique used to provide analgesia to the anterolateral abdominal wall following abdominal procedures. Transversus abdominis plane blocks can be performed using a blind/landmark technique or with ultrasound guidance. We report a 49-year-old woman who received a successful wireless ultrasound-guided TAP block during an abdominoplasty.

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Prospective study to identify the presence and prevalence of personality traits and other influences relevant to cosmetic surgery interest, patient selection and surgical outcome in a diverse aesthetic surgery practice

By Jeffrey Morgan, Micheal Rodriguez, Alex Zuriarrain, and Zoran Bursac | June 12, 2020

The key to a successful cosmetic surgery procedure lies in the selection of the patients. An anonymous voluntary participant study to evaluate whether not very well studied personality traits and secondary influences related to the decision to have cosmetic surgery could be negative predictors for cosmetic surgery patient selection and potentially surgical outcomes was performed.

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Daxxify, an FDA-Approved Wrinkle Treatment, Is Longer Lasting Than Botox

Daxxify, an FDA-Approved Wrinkle Treatment, Is Longer Lasting Than Botox

Sep 19, 2022 | By Mira Miller

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved Daxxify, a new anti-wrinkle treatment that's similar to Botox, but its effects can last much longer. Made by Revance Therapeutics, Daxxify is a neuromuscular blocking agent that “paralyzes” wrinkles the same way Botox does.

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BBL REVERSALS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Aug 26, 2022 | By Alexander Zuriarrain, MD

The growing trend of reversing the effects of gluteal augmentation with fat grafting prompted TikTok personality Roxanne Ramsey to suggest celebrities have the money to change the way they look should the cosmetic procedure—Brazilian Butt Lift, or BBL—“take an [undesirable] turn.

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It's Probably Time to Get Your Moles Checked—Here's Why

By Jessica Kasparian | July 20, 2022

Taking care of your skin involves more than a multi-step skincare routine or a fancy facial tool. It means keeping tabs on the state of your skin health, which includes monitoring moles and getting them checked by a doctor.

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How Nanofat Grafting Can Reverse Structural Decline of Aging Skin

By Alexander Zuriarrain | July 5, 2022

Nanofat grafting is a breakthrough process for halting and reversing structural changes in skin primarily due to aging and sun damage. Especially notable are the technique’s applications in facial and neck rejuvenation procedures and improved contouring of breasts and buttocks.

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Can Peptide Injections Help You Get Abs? Experts Weigh In

By Rachel MacPherson | June 27, 2022

Peptides are a buzzy word in the skincare industry, with the popularity of collagen peptide supplements reaching new heights, and ingredients like copper peptides, and polypeptides taking over skincare brands. But did you know that peptides come in an injectable format that are rumored to produce results like muscle-building? It's true, and the procedure is gaining popularity with bodybuilders.

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How To Safely Remove Skin Tags At Home, According To Experts

By Rebecca Rovenstine | June 28, 2022

It’s likely you’ve never heard of ​​acrochordons, but you’ve probably dealt with them. In fact, they’re so common that over 50% of adults will experience them at least once in their lifetime. Better known as skin tags, acrochordons are small growths of extra skin that, while harmless, are no one’s favorite feature.

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Weigh Your Options Carefully for Genital Cosmetic Surgery

By Jennifer Post | July 28, 2022

Your comfort and confidence is surely important, but doctors urge caution. The appearance of the human body varies greatly from person to person; there is no "normal." But inescapable beauty standards and a culture of competition can...

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The Difference Between Sun Poisoning and Sunburn

By Vanessa Caceres | June 17, 2022

Too much sun exposure can sometimes go beyond just an unpleasant sunburn. It also can lead to sun poisoning. With sun poisoning, the sun doesn't actually poison your skin - although it may feel like it. Sun poisoning is actually an overexposure to ultraviolet...

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Why Do I Get Cysts on My Bikini Line?

By Coralle Skye | June 9, 2022

Your bikini area is sensitive, and ingrown hairs can quickly turn into painful cysts. A cyst is a round lump that can form anywhere on your body, and it often contains white, yellow or clear fluid. Skin cysts range from the size of a pea to a large dome-like shape...

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Considering Cosmetic Procedures to Ease Signs of Aging? Do This First

By Crystal Hoshaw | June 5, 2022

Watching yourself age can be an emotional experience. No matter how often people say that beauty is more than skin deep, seeing fine lines and wrinkles can bring up sadness and frustration. "When we look in the mirror, we confront ourselves," says psychologist and registered dietitian Ellen Albertson, who specializes in working with women over 50...

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8 Health Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide

By Vanessa Caceres | June 3, 2022

Many of us remember having hydrogen peroxide around the house as a kid, with an adult applying it to our cuts. Hydrogen peroxide actually has several uses for health and beauty, yet it may not be the first-line response for those cuts and skin wounds as once was thought. cotton wool with tweezers picking...

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Yes, You Can Get an Eyebrow Transplant — Here's What the Procedure Entails

By Arielle Tschinkel | June 3, 2022

Chrissy Teigen always keeps it real when it comes to plastic surgery. Last November, Teigen shared on social media that she'd undergone eyebrow transplant surgery, and she recently uploaded a post-op selfie to Instagram, in which she showed off her seriously long brow hairs...

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From Battlefield To Or, Abdominoplasty Still In Evolution

By Alexander Zuriarrain, MD, FACS | May 25, 2022

What owes its early roots as a technique to cover and enhance healing of truncal wounds in World War I has become one of the most requested cosmetic procedures in the field of plastic surgery. Abdominoplasty, often called the “tummy tuck,” has undergone an amazing evolution. Not a weight-loss procedure...

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About Face: 5 Products Your Skin Needs NOW!

By Randi Mazzella | May 24, 2022

When I was in my 20s, I wasn't overly concerned about the skin on my face or the products I was using. My skin looked pretty good, aside from the occasional breakout. So I used cheap stuff — soap and water, moisturizer from the drugstore, a few dabs of Clearasil — and that was it...

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Discover the Importance of Vitamin D

By Nhaya Vaidya | April 15, 2022

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that helps the body absorb calcium and bone metabolism. It helps with bone strength, heart disease, infections, and can help prevent certain cancers. Approximately one billion people in the world have a vitamin D deficiency, while 50 percent have an insufficiency...

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If You Have Stretch Marks, Stop Using This Product, Experts Say

By Juliana Labianca | April 12, 2022

Stretch marks are just a part of life. Whether yours are caused by rapid weight fluctuations, pregnancy, genetics, or exercise, the pesky—though notably harmless—lines are notoriously difficult to treat. If your stretch marks bother you, it's possible you've tried every method out there to make them disappear...

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Is Hard Water Secretly Aging You?

By City Beauty Team | April 9, 2022

Did you know water can be hard or soft? No, this has nothing to do with your shower pressure. In fact, it's much more alarming because most people have hard water and they don't even know it. Hard water, while not toxic, comes with several challenges. Yes, it can cause buildup in pipes and leave stains on clothes, but it can also damage your skin and hair...

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2022 Trends in Plastic Surgery

By Jane Kollmer | March 30, 2022

The current rise in popularity of plastic and cosmetic surgeries among Americans is well documented in the media—as is the pandemic's part in driving many of the current trends in plastic and cosmetic surgery. There are, however, additional factors...

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Hair Loss In Women

Updated by Rebecca Strong | March 30, 2022

More than 50% of postmenopausal women experience hair loss — here's what causes alopecia and how to treat it. Losing between 50 and 100 hairs every day is normal, but shedding significantly more than that can signal a problem. Roughly one-third of women experience female pattern hair loss, or androgenetic alopecia, at some point...

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Don't Fall for These 8 Anti-Aging Myths

By Jenn Sinrich | March 16, 2022

Our culture is perpetually obsessed with the concept of anti-aging — so much so that it's almost seen as a sin to age. For something that is inevitable for all living creatures, that's a tall order to follow through on. Unfortunately, we're constantly bombarded by definitions of beauty that are relegated to...

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4 Skin-Firming Foods To Add To Your Diet Over 40

By Marissa Matozzo | March 16, 2022

Hydrating your skin properly is the key to a naturally radiant and more youthful look over 40, especially when drinking enough water, using the right moisturizing products, and of course, eating a well-balanced diet. While many of us have a general idea of what foods help us feel and look our best...

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Guys, Follow These Tips for Healthier Hygiene Habits

By Rachel Crowe | March 3, 2022

Simply letting soapy shower water run over your body parts doesn't cut it for daily maintenance. Proactive hygiene habits can prevent myriad conditions, from athlete's foot and bad breath to fungal infections that require medical intervention.

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Arnica for Bruises: Does It Work?

Written by Sian Ferguson — Updated on February 10, 2022

You may think that when you get a bruise there's nothing to do but wait for it to heal. So you may be surprised to learn that a common herb can help bring those purples and greens back to their natural shade, and even reduce pain and inflammation in the process.

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Hollywood's plastic surgeons say business boomed during pandemic lockdowns, as celebrities got liposuction, nose jobs, and other invasive procedures

Sarah DiMuro Feb 25, 2022, 7:00 AM

After a tumultuous few years, the entertainment industry is starting to get back to normal. Canceled movie shoots have resumed, long-delayed red-carpet premieres are taking place, and concert tours have been rescheduled.

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Inside the 'Baby Botox' Movement

By Beth Ann Mayer | February 4, 2022

For years, many people didn't really consider getting Botox until they hit age 40. The dermatological procedure — which is used to smooth fine lines and wrinkles — allows recipients to take a dip back into the fountain of youth.

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Everything You Need to Know About Borage Oil

Written by Kristeen Cherney — Updated on February 3, 2022

Borage oil is an extract made from the seeds of the Borago officinalis plant. Borage oil is prized for its high gamma linoleic acid (GLA) content. It's thought that this fatty acid can help reduce inflammation tied to many diseases.

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7 Reasons Your Acne Won't Go Away

7 Reasons Your Acne Won't Go Away

Written by Julyne Derrick | January 28, 2022

From hormones to diet and even possible underlying medical causes, treating stubborn acne isn't always as easy as applying a cream to your face. However, sometimes it is that easy—and knowing which type of product to use can make a huge difference in getting clear skin. “Each formulation works differently to treat the skin,” says Dr. Alexander Zuriarrain, who breaks down which type of products are best to use to treat acne.

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The Dermatologist-Approved Tips You Need for Tackling Clogged, Large or Oily Pores on Your Face

Written by Hero Cosmetics | January 26, 2022

Pores are openings in the human skin surface through which gases, liquids or microscopic particles can pass,” says Dr. Alexander Zuriarrain, quadruple board-certified plastic surgeon with Zuri Plastic Surgery. What sort of particles? Most commonly sweat, toxins and sebum, or the oils produced inside of pores. The release of sweat and sebum is the primary function of pores, and the reason why we really do need them (despite our best efforts to make them disappear).

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4 Ways Men's Bodies Change After 65 and What to Do About Them

4 Ways Men's Bodies Change After 65 and What to Do About Them

Written by Helen Massy | January 21, 2022

Let's look at four major issues and the steps you can take to live your best life.

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READ THIS BEFORE YOU GET BOTOX

READ THIS BEFORE YOU GET BOTOX

Written by Jessica Kasparian | Updated January 24, 2022

The world is obsessed with any product or procedure that claims to have anti-aging effects, and any conversation about tapping into the fountain of youth is bound to bring up one term: Botox. If you've already tried dousing your skin topically with dermatologist-recommended ingredients or concealing with the latest and greatest makeup items to unsatisfying results, you may be curious about this longer-lasting, all-but-guaranteed solution to smoother skin.

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What Are Peptides - And What Do They Do For Your Skin?

What Are Peptides - And What Do They Do For Your Skin?

Written by Jessica Kasparian | January 18, 2022

Collagen, ceramides, hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, retinol—oh-so-many ingredients claim to boost your skin health. Learning what works for your skin is the key to creating a routine that leaves you with results you adore. One more ingredient to put on your radar: peptides. Learn about these skin-enhancing compounds from Dr. Alexander Zuriarrain, double board-certified plastic surgeon with Zuri Plastic Surgery.

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Ways to Shrink Your Visceral Fat Proven to Work

Ways to Shrink Your Visceral Fat Proven to Work

Written by Heather Newgen | January 18, 2022

Deep within your belly lies a hidden health problem that isn't talked about enough—visceral fat. It's fat that wraps around your organs that you can't see or touch and causes major health problems. No matter your size and body type, almost everyone has visceral fat. So how do you get rid of it? Eat This, Not That! Health talked to experts who revealed ways to shrink your visceral fat and why it's so dangerous.

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Ways to Shrink Your Visceral Fat Proven to Work

4 Ways Men's Bodies Change After 50, And What to Do About It

Written by Helen Massy | January 18, 2022

Happy birthday! You're 50 years old, so welcome to noticeable changes in your hormone levels, bone density, muscle mass, eyesight, hair, cognition, immunity and more. "Men increasingly notice the worsening of symptoms that started in their 40s,".

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Neuropeptides are showing up in skincare everywhere—why and what exactly are they? Plus, 2 top docs weigh in on their supposed 'Botox-like' results

By Jacki Marzano | December 21, 2021

When 2020 forced a break from dermatologists (it's not you, it's the pandemic), many devotees of Botox—the popular-as-ever injectable neurotoxin—turned to neuropeptides as a pseudo-replacement. We asked Dr. Alexander Zuriarrain, double board-certified plastic surgeon with Zuri Plastic Surgery and Dr. Jenelle Kim, doctor of Chinese medicine, founder and master herbologist at JBK Wellness Labs to help us face the facts: What are neuropeptides? And can they really be better than Botox?

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Does what you eat hurt your skin?

By Jessica Kasparian | December 16, 2021

Almost everyone can relate to the experience of purchasing a skincare product that promises major improvements to receive only so-so results. While it's true that what you apply to your skin topically has an effect, it's worth looking inward the next time you're affected by a skin woe, like redness or dryness.

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It's Time to Purge Your Medicine Cabinet

By Michelle Bryan | December 16, 2021

It's the middle of the night and you're stumbling into your bathroom looking for relief from an excruciating migraine—those once- or twice-a-year headaches that seem to come out of nowhere. You open the medicine cabinet to find the medicine your doctor prescribed more than a year and a half ago, but the bottle says it's expired.

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Is It Safe To Use Apple Cider Vinegar To Remove Skin Tags?

By Swathi E | December 3, 2021

Skin tags are common and do not cause any medical concern. But, some of us prefer removing them. There are many home remedies available for removing skin tags. One such popular technique is using apple cider vinegar.

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Everything a Derm Wants You To Know About “Lick Eczema”

By Dominique Michelle Astorino | November 30, 2021

Licking your lips in the dry winter air? Cut it out. According to pros, this can lead to an uncomfy condition called “lick eczema,” which is the last thing any of us want to be dealing with from now through spring.

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Women Are Removing Their Breast Implants at Increased Rates

By Bonnie Azoulay Elmann | November 24, 2021

BII and other complications are leading to a major jump in explant surgeries, doctors say. According to the 2020 Plastic Surgery Statistics Report, there were 193,073 breast augmentations last year.

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A little hair loss is normal for women — here's when it's a sign of an underlying condition

By Rebecca Strong | November 17, 2021

Roughly one-third of women experience hair loss at some point in their lives, and it becomes increasingly likely as you age. In fact, 55% of women experience some form of hair loss by age 70.

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Una pequeña pérdida de cabello es normal en las mujeres, pero esto es un signo de una enfermedad subyacente

By Rebecca Strong | November 17, 2021

Aproximadamente un tercio de las mujeres experimentan la caída del cabello en algún momento de su vida, y es cada vez más probable a medida que se envejece. De hecho, el 55% de las mujeres experimentan algún tipo de pérdida de cabello a los 70 años.

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Skin tags, what are they and how to get rid of them?

By Jessica Kasparian | November 11, 2021

They're harmless but not so pretty. To properly take care of your skin, it's a good idea to routinely check your body for changes, raise questions to a dermatologist, and start a treatment regimen, if necessary.

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See a Weird Scab on Your Areola? Doctors Explain Potential Reasons

By Ashley Broadwater | November 8, 2021

Scabs can result from both harmful and harmless factors, and at-home treatments can help.

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Why Skin Cell Turnover Rate Should be Your Number One Skin Care Goal

By Julia Malacoff | November 1, 2021

Lots of different factors can affect how quickly our skin regenerates, according to Zuriarrain. Some of the big ones include our general health, level of hydration, and age. That last one is a big one: “As we age, the cell turnover rate lengthens. For example, at age 18 the cell turnover rate is 14 to 21 days while at the age of 50 years old, it can take up to 60 to 90 days,” Zuriarrain says.

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Reduce los cachetes con el tratamiento quirúrgico conocido como bichectomía

By Gilda Torres | May 24, 2021

Dr. Z discusses and performs a Buccal Fat Removal surgery.

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Mitos y realidades sobre los implantes de silicona vs de agua salina

By Gilda Torres | June 24, 2020

Someternos a una cirugía plástica para mejorar nuestra estética corporal o facial siempre nos da un poco de inseguridad porque son muchos los mitos que corren de boca en boca y nos crean unos falsos conceptos. Para esto lo importante es que le hagas todas las preguntas que tengas al doctor con el que decidas operarte.

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Además de Cirujano Plástico es Acamámico y Docente de Fiu y Ganador de Multiples Premios

By Alex Zuriarrain, MD | May 2020

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El Cirujano Plástico Dr. Alexander Zuriarrain Nos Explica Cómo Eliminar las Bolsitas de los Ojos

By Gilda Torres | April 20, 2020

Plastic Surgeon Alexander Zuriarrain, MD, FACS explains how to eliminate bags under the eyes.

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10 Cosas que Deves Tomar en Cuenta Antes de Someterte a Una Cirugía Plástica

By Gilda Torres | December 25, 2019

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Qué Debemos Considerar Antes de Aplicarnos Rellenos en Nuestra Cara y Cuerpo

By Gilda Torres | December 9, 2019

Dr. Z discusses what you should consider before applying injectables and fillers to your face and body.

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El Doctor Zuriarrain se Destaca en lo Personal y lo Profesional

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