The Doctors: Viva Facial Laser Treatment
There are several facial lasers on the market than claim to give you brighter, firmer, younger-looking skin, and even erase skin damage. There’s a new device that claims to do all of those things with zero pain or down-time. The Doctors put it to the test. Brenda worked hard to get her acne under control but she was still left with severe acne scarring. Dr Sonia Batra explained that many facial skin devices on the market carry a significant risk of hyper-pigmentation, so she wanted to try the “Viva” which should be safe on all skin types.
Dr Batra used Viva on Brinda, hoping it would improve the divots in her skin, while delivering a more rigorous treatment. Dr Batra then explained that because Brinda has olive-toned skin, she wanted to avoid hyper-pigmentation or pigment loss. Because Brinda’s case was fairly complex, she would likely need fillers and other treatments, but in some cases the Viva could be enough on its own. Brinda loved the pain-free, quick procedure, recognizing that she wouldn’t get an overnight result, but with time it could really be a solution for her.
Dr Batra also tried the same device on a woman with skin damage, who wanted tighter skin and smaller pores. Pamela was absolutely thrilled with the results and her complexion certainly appeared better. A Viva treatment is typically done in a series, and it costs about $500-1,000 per treatment depending on where you go.
The Doctors: Stylish Outfit To Enhance Workout
Studies show wearing the right clothes to work out could trigger positive changes that enhance your performance. A stylish outfit can motivate you to hit the gym and give you a confidence boost. Baggy cotton clothing can wear your body down. The Doctors revealed their word of the day: body. Use the word body on The Doctors’ website for a chance to win a $100 gift card to Avocado Active Wear.
The Doctors: Patients Home Same Day Of Hip Replacement
In The Doctors’ News in 2:00, it was reported that more than 300,000 hip replacement surgeries are performed each year in the United States. Many patients usually require up to a three-night hospital stay. Now, at the NYU Langone Medical Center, doctors are sending more patients home on the same day of surgery. After screening patients for risk factors like obesity, chronic liver disease, or cardiac problems, doctors at the center feel that patients can recuperate the comfort of their own homes and may actually be back on their feet faster.