• Cosmetic Surgery Financing

    By Matt Libman
    In August 9, 2012
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    If you’ve been wanting to go under the knife to improve areas of the body that you consider to be flawed, you may want to consider cosmetic surgery financing. In an era where looks are so important, there are always financing companies that are willing to approve you for financing...
  • History of Plastic Surgery

    By Matt Libman
    In July 25, 2012
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    While many people envision plastic surgery as being something that has emerged out of a desire for beauty, one of the main forces that drove the development of plastic surgery was the injuries that occurred during WW I. Many medical professionals devoted their lives to restoring the faces of...
  • Happy Independence Day!

    By Matt Libman
    In July 4, 2012
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    “The land of the free and the home of the brave.” United Medical Credit would like to wish you a safe and happy Fourth of July! We hope you find a good spot to watch the fireworks and enjoy some good food with the company of friends and family....
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    Summer is Here—Don’t Forget to Wear Sunscreen!

    By Matt Libman
    In June 26, 2012
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    It’s finally summer, our favorite time of the year. While summer means fun in the sun—swimming, barbeques, and tanning at the beach—it’s important to remember to wear sunscreen! The long-term benefits of sunscreen will keep you looking younger. Overexposure to the sun is the leading cause of premature aging...
  • Thinking About Having Multiple Plastic Surgeries in One Day?

    By Matt Libman
    In June 18, 2012
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    Having multiple surgeries in one day definitely has its advantages. Convenience, lower costs, and the benefit of seeing the end result instantly instead of incrementally. However, many surgeons warn that multiple procedures in one operation can result in higher surgical trauma, more risks, increased bleeding, and a longer and...
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