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  • http://www.universitybariatrics.com/our-team/ Gastric Sleeve Surgeon | Dr. Amir Mehran MD - Dr. Mehran’s career in modern bariatric surgery began over a decade ago with an extended fellowship in bariatric and minimally invasive surgery.
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  • http://www.universitybariatrics.com/faq/ Gastric Sleeve Surgery | Vertical Gastrectomy | FAQ - Learn about how to get started, eligibility criteria, is weight loss surgery right for you, will my insurance cover it, what does it cost and more.
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  • http://www.universitybariatrics.com/contact-us/ Gastric Sleeve Surgery | Contact Us | University Bariatrics - Contact us today for more information on Bariatric, General and Metabolic surgery. Fill out our easy form or call us at 805-379-9796.
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  • http://www.universitybariatrics.com/online-seminar/ Gastric Sleeve Surgery | Vertical Gastrectomy | Video - Watch this video and learn about patient selection, surgical options and their pros and cons, the University Bariatrics Program and your next steps.
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    I bought this for some hair under my chin that popped up out of nowhere. I was really self conscious about it and felt like everyone could see it (they couldn't, it was just me obsessing). Still, I wanted the hair gone and plucking was too painful (plus there were just too many hairs). Waxing seemed painful and messy, and shaving would leave darker stubble that would be even more noticeable. So I spent the ten bucks on this and it did the job. The unsightly hairs are gone, but it did leave some stubble that's noticeably rough, at least to me. I will have to do this every day or I will soon have man stubble. Hmmmm. I'm hesitant to use this on my upper lip hair. I don't want my husband feeling rough stubble when we kiss. Still, it did remove the hairs easily, quickly, and pain free. PS, don't use this "down under" because that kind of hair is just too thick for this little thing. I tried and didn't get far at all. Don't bother.

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