Dying To Be Beautiful

Dying to be beautiful

Dying To Be Beautiful by Katie Couric Repost of Dr. Malcolm Roth’s message via the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. “In many ways, plastic surgery is still the Wild West in this country. Any physician can legally call him or herself a plastic surgeon. Your family doctor can decide, ‘I think I’ll do facelifts today.’…

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Face Gone Weird Syndrome: It’s Not Just Renee

Plastic surgery victims may not always be recognized by their peers. Once the cuts and sutures have been made, your once God-given recognizable face is gone forever. It’s not just celebs who suffer from this syndrome of “face-gone-weird”; everyday women can have the same experience as eyelids are cut, foreheads unnaturally stretched and pulled while…

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Women Dying to Look Beautiful

Another young, vibrant woman died in late September during a recent liposuction procedure in Toronto.  How sad that this talented, successful, single mother lost her life hoping to rid her tummy of a little mound of fat. It is most bizarre that her surgeon had no specialties and no hospital privileges. She, the surgeon, was…

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‘It was the most horrible experience of my life’: Woman, 42, left with second-degree burns and in permanent pain by laser facial treatment at spa

Procedures – all procedures – have risks. Whether it’s laser, eyelashes, injections, surgery and even some topical products there are risks that must be considered. When I read these articles, all I could think about was that these women only wanted to look better, younger, more refreshed; they did not even believe that something could…

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The Vampire Facelift

I really do not believe this procedure will work long term because the serum will be absorbed by the body rather quickly. And, the cost is really quite prohibitive for the average woman…sounds kind of gimmicky to me. Anyone out there who can shed more light on the Vampire Facelift?

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Model’s death highlights plastic surgery risks

We send our condolences to the family of Solange Magnano. Please keep in mind that plastic surgery is real surgery with all the risks that accompany major surgery. By Mark Tutton, CNN STORY HIGHLIGHTS * Model Solange Magnano died after complications following plastic surgery * Injecting fat or silicone into the buttocks can lead to…

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