If you are losing your hair, a hair transplant may seem like a better idea than a toupee, wig or simply shaving your head. In a hair transplant, a doctor takes a portion of your skin with hair follicles and grafts it onto the portion of your head without hair. The result is that you have your own hair growing out of your head.
Gravity, that wonderful element that holds our feet firmly on this planet, gets kudos for keeping us from becoming part of the spinning space debris, but it often wreaks havoc on a woman’s figure. Over the years, breast tissue tends to sag and decrease in volume. Mothers may notice a decrease in breast volume after quitting breastfeeding. Many women decide to get their breasts enlarged through a surgical procedure known as breast augmentation. Like all cosmetic surgeries, breast augmentation carries a price tag that varies depending on geographical locations and other factors.
Money can be a problem when you have a family; sometimes it seems impossible to stretch your income to meet your needs. Planning a family budget will give you some breathing room when it comes to living within your means because you’ll be able to track your expenses. Being aware of where your money goes is crucial when it comes to raising a family and getting ahead.
When your baby gets her first tooth, it’s a milestone worthy of a celebration. But when she gets older and your dentist recommends braces, perhaps because of an overbite, crooked or crowded teeth, you might need to brace yourself literally for some sticker shock. Braces are expensive, and even if you have dental insurance, it may not cover much of the cost.
The costs of having a baby are staggering. In 2010, Pregnancy Today puts the total cost at around $10,000 to $12,000 for a vaginal birth and $15,000 to $20,000 if you require a C-section. Fortunately, if you aren’t financially prepared to have a baby, there are resources that you can turn to for help.