We’re vigilant at Austin Clinic, and you should be, too. Lip cancer, a problem many people associate with smoking, has another source: the sun.
If it’s been 12 months since your last menstrual cycle, you’re officially in menopause. Depending on your perspective, this may or may not be cause for celebration.
“All my friends have been telling me to get Cooltech to get rid of my baby fat,” a patient gushed to our staff at Austin Clinic. It turns out that she was a new mum, eager to shed some of the fat pockets that developed after she had a Caesarian section.
When patients call us at Austin Clinic and ask us about the cost of Cooltech body contouring, we’re excited to answer their questions. Cooltech is a relatively new innovation in the world of fat removal and information can be hard to come by.
Let’s play a little visualisation game. Close your eyes. Imagine a zip-top plastic bag filled with fluid and little white blobs. Then open your eyes (otherwise you can’t keep reading). You’ve just created a mental picture of what adipocytes, also known as fat cells, look like. At Austin Clinic, we know a lot about fat cells.
Throughout the year, men and women visit us at Austin Clinic to help erase the evidence of too much time in the sun without sunscreen: wrinkles, uneven skin tone, fine lines, and a complexion that’s lost its radiance. We have lots of solutions to the problems created by sunburn, but to be honest, we’d rather nip the problem in the bud.