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plastic surgeon

A surgeon specialized in reconstruction or cosmetic enhancement of various body regions, most commonly the face–nose, chin, and cheeks, breasts and buttocks; PSs remove fat deposits through liposuction; PSs reduce scarring or disfigurement caused by accidents, birth defects, or prior surgery
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The Plastic Surgery News letter is circulated to 6,000 prominent plastic surgeons in Ireland and the UK as well as around the world.
I have seen so many cases of horrible deformities that could have been treated if referred to a plastic surgeon in time" points out Dr Ratnam.
The organisation, which represents a third of plastic surgeons in the UK, warned that the number of medi-spas across the country was growing.
Confessions of a Park Avenue Plastic Surgeon, by Cap Lesesne MD, is published by HarperCollins at pounds 6.
The ASA also told the club to remove the claim, "he will also advise on plastic surgery", and to state in a footnote that Dr Cronin was not a plastic surgeon.
For many plastic surgeons this subject gets lost amidst the other aspects of training.
increased by 200 to 300 percent between 1992 and 1998, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
The fact that many lesbians have their breasts reduced could be a reflection of their being less influenced by male standards of female beauty, says Richard Marfuggi, a New York plastic surgeon who wrote Plastic Surgery: What You Need to Know--Be-fore, During, and After.
The top of the website's homepage features an easy-to-use search bar, which allows users to enter their zip code or city to find plastic surgeons within their surrounding area.
A plastic surgeon performs operations that are medically necessary and usually available on the NHS.
The building industry is responsible for over 40% of waste generated - the building repair service offered by Plastic Surgeon, to effectively repair damaged surfaces, negates the need to replace, and therefore has a real potential to lower waste arising nationally.
If we have to pay sales tax on breast implants, we will have to pass it along to the patient,'' said Pamela Dipasquale, office manager for a Redlands plastic surgeon who figured a breast implant levy would cost her office about $10,000 a year.