Plastic Surgery

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Chin Implants For Men Latest “In” Thing

By CBSNews (CBS) You’ve heard of keeping your chin up? Well, a growing number of men are choosing to keep their chins out as much as possible — by having chin implants — as they try to make themselves look better, a New York plastic surgeon says. Dr. Darrick Antell, a spokesperson for the American […]

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A Face Not Even a Plastic Surgeon Could Love

Article courtesy of The New York Times – By CAMILLE SWEENEY Published: September 3, 2008 FROM the moment you sit down for an hourlong consultation, any facial plastic surgeons worth their salt are trying to determine whether you are the kind of patient who is best turned away. Are you the “great expectations” patient […]

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Concern over cosmetic operation training

By Susie O’Brien Article first appeared in the  Herald Sun GPs with just a few weeks’ training in surgery are performing cosmetic operations. “A lot of people are having tummy tucks, eyelid lifts and breast operations that are not done by specialist surgeons,” said Assoc Prof Rod Cooter, president of the Australian College of Plastic […]

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Plastic Surgery – Job Boost

More Americans go under the knife to move up the corporate ladder—and some say it makes sense By Liz Wolgemuth of US News reports   The media, and its consumers, generally keep conversation about plastic surgery and careers pegged on a couple of figures: the aging Hollywood idol and the would-be Hollywood idol. Cosmetic surgery is […]

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