What To Know About Plastic Surgery Around Dallas, Texas

There are many avenues in life that will bring us to contemplate what can be done for our aesthetic appearances through the work of talented cosmetic surgeons. Much of this field of medicine tends to be looked upon somewhat negatively, seen as vanity procedures but that is not the only aspect of cosmetic surgery.

 

Much of the work done inside of the field of plastic surgery is, in fact, reconstructive work that involves a great deal of effort as well as skill on the part of the surgeons. There are far more aspects to cosmetic surgery than we generally tend to see on the surface.

 

Any cosmetic surgery, especially those involving a greater level of body contouring and anesthesia, are best done if you are a good candidate. One of the best things you can do to ensure that you are a good candidate for any procedure you are thinking of undergoing is to ensure that you are healthy.

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Making sure you eat a balanced diet as well as stick to some form of exercise routine will help your body to heal from any procedures as well as help the results stick around. It can become quite easy to lapse and let the hard work of your plastic surgeon fade away.

 

One of the most controversial procedures to date is the Brazilian butt lift, a procedure where fat is placed into the rear end to give it curve and roundness. The risk is present due to the high level of veins in the gluteal region.

 

Always shop around and make sure that the plastic surgeon you choose is both skilled as well as implements the highest quality standard for safety. Some of the best plastic surgeons in the business are currently operating in Dallas, Texas, such as Dr. Sameer Jejurikar and the staff at the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute.

 

Mike Baur: Giving Swiss Start-Ups The Tools They Need To Succeed

Swiss entrepreneur Mike Baur is the co-founder and executive chairman of Switzerland’s top private new business incubator, Swiss Startup Factory. Baur helped start the company in 2015 when at age 39 he retired after spending 20 years in the banking industry. He also started the boutique strategic advisory for wealthy individuals and families called Think Reload. Mike Baur’s work is legendary in Switzerland. At age 19 he began his banking career as a commercial apprentice with UBS. His natural aptitude for finance and the training his two MBAs provided led Baur to quickly move up through the ranks. When he retired, he was on the board of a major Swiss bank.

 

Rather than take his considerable fortune and new found freedom and go enjoy all the pleasures the world had to offer, Mike Baur decided instead that he wanted to help as many young Swiss entrepreneurs as possible to be successful. In addition to founding and running Swiss Startup Factory, Baur also works with a number of other organizations helping Swiss entrepreneurs developed the skills and connect to investors and other entrepreneurs so their businesses will do well and grow. He also invests in Swiss digital start-ups to give them the resources they need to succeed.

 

Raised in the Freiburg region of Switzerland, Mike Baur always wanted a career in banking and finance. He earned MBAs from the University of Berne and the University of Rochester New York at a very young age and began his banking career. Now a husband and father of two, Mike Baur runs a business in the heart of Zurich, Switzerland designed to make other people rich. The idea for Swiss Startup Factory developed because as an investor he found the people behind many of the companies he thought had potential lacked the training, expertise, knowledge and connections they needed for their companies to flourish.

 

His solution was to create a ‘boot camp’ for young entrepreneurs combined with a business execution platform designed to help the best start-ups. Mike Baur wanted to give them more than just coaching modules. He puts them through a rigorous execution driven experience that prepares them for the often rough and tumble business world. While the Swiss government already offered startup incubators, Swiss Startup Factory is decidedly different. It is more intense and filled with real world business challenges the owners and staff of the start-ups are taught to overcome

Larkin and Lacey: With Arpaio Justice Was Not Served

Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio does not have the best national reputation. A recent article published on the Phoenix New Times’ website discusses some of the controversy surrounding Arpaio.

“The Enduring Sins of Joe Arpaio: Newspapermen Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin Speak Out in Response to Donald Trump’s Pardon of America’s Worst Sheriff” is a compelling piece discussing a lot of the controversy surrounding Arpaio. It turns out that being awarded the moniker “America’s Worst Sheriff”, was not that far off from the truth. No matter Arpaio’s original intention, he will go down as one of the most terrible law enforcement officials in the United States.

While Arpaio has a lot of enemies, he also has one very powerful friend. In fact, President Donald Trump’s decision to pardon Arpaio for one of his many crimes shows just how far his political reach is. Arpaio spent over 25 years in his office and he learned quite a few tricks when it came to politics. In fact, the Phoenix new Times creators Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin are not at all surprised at Arpaio’s political acumen. They’ve seen him play up to the media and other politicians for years, there was no doubt in their minds that he would find a way to get out of serving any jail time for his recent transgression.

The actual transgression that Arpaio needed a pardon for was a charge of contempt of court. This was because Arpaio had not adhered to a previous ruling in the class action lawsuit Melendres V. Arpaio. This case was initially brought against the Maricopa County Police Department and Arpaio because of their attempts to increase deportation of illegal immigrants by stereotyping citizens.

This led to unlawful stops and harassment of US citizens based solely on the way that they looked. Arpaio was ordered to immediately cease the practice of stereotyping and begin reporting to a court monitor to make sure that he had adjusted the behavior of the department. Arpaio failed to do this, earning him a charge of contempt.

Larkin and Lacey are no stranger to Arpaio’s antics. They had their own run-in with him on October 18, 2007, when they were arrested in their homes and jailed for something they published in their paper.

While Arpaio originally believed that he had just cause to arrest the men, he did not and was in direct violation of their human rights. In response to this, after Larkin and Lacey were released they turned around and sued Maricopa County. The journalist won their case and received 3.75 million.

While Larkin and Lacey did not have their rights violated for very long, it was still a huge moment in their lives. They decided that they wanted to use the money they won to give back to others that had suffered at the hands of Arpaio.

With the money, they started the Larkin and Lacey Frontera Fund. This fund is directly aimed at helping migrants in Arizona. It continues to be a beacon, during times when it feels as though justice has not been served.

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