Our latest blog post- Titled “Lap Band Miami Area Experts” has some good information on Lap Band, and how it can benefit you. A Small excerpt from the blog post, “
How Does the Lap-Band Work?
The Lap-Band is designed to restrict the flow of food from the esophagus into the stomach, making patients feel full more quickly and stay full longer. The Lap-Band is inserted laparoscopically, typically through the navel, and placed around the “neck” of the esophagus where it meets the stomach. The laparoscopic implantation is the source of the Lap-Band’s common name. This effectively creates a dual-chambered stomach with a small upper chamber, referred to as a “pouch,” and a large lower chamber (i.e. the “actual” stomach). The Lap-Band is filled with saline solution through a small port implanted in the abdominal wall, allowing the surgeon to inflate or deflate the chambers of the adjustable band. Saline is used to help minimize the problems associated with band leakage or rupture. Because only so much food can pass through the opening and into the lower stomach, this reduces the rate of food intake and caloric assimilation, and helps patients lose weight.”
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Over the years, Strax Rejuvenation has strived to offer the latest and best plastic surgery procedures that are available. As the busiest elective surgery center in the United States, Strax Rejuvenation offers its patients top-notch medical care and a wide variety of cosmetic procedures. The public has definitely noticed Strax Rejuvenation’s commitment to quality; the facility has an A rating at the Better Business Bureau website.
Medical science can work wonders today. One area where this is very evident is plastic surgery. Patients who are displeased with their bodies now have a way to change themselves physically for the better. Whether it’s a face lift, nose job, hair restoration, tattoo removal or something else Strax Rejuvenation is the place to go for any plastic surgery procedure.
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Strax Rejuvenation, one of the United States’ leading plastic surgery and wellness centers, has officially launched their charity event, Strax Gives Back.
Strax Gives Back’s mission is to provide procedures for deserving patients who would not be able to obtain them otherwise due to financial difficulties. Charities interested in entering the event are asked to apply on behalf of their members and how Strax Gives back would benefit that member.
In order to participate, individual entrants are asked to provide the breast augmentation Miami specialists with a story explaining why they feel that they deserve a free surgical procedure, focusing on why they feel it would impact their life, and what they will do for the community in order to “PAY IT FORWARD”, if they receive the charitable procedure. Alternatively, charities interested in entering this charitable event are asked to encourage members to apply.
The charitable event operates in four phases, and Strax Gives Back is currently in the first phase of the event, the submission period. The center’s submission box will be open for a month, from November 20, 2012 to December 15, 2012. Submissions are limited to the first 200 entrants, so applicants are encouraged to submit their stories as soon as possible.
After submissions are closed, phase two will begin. In this round, applicants will have their entries posted on the Strax Rejuvenation Facebook page, where viewers can vote for their favorite stories (fictitious names will be used to protect their privacy until a winner is revealed). Qualified submissions will be included in a special voting round between December 12, 2012 and December 31, 2012.