Monthly Archives: December 2013

23

Dec

Who does it…?

Published: December 23, 2013

Courtney Cox does it. So does Kelly Ripa. Kim Kardashian did it on TV (like she does everything on TV). Of course, we’re talking about Botox and fillers. Unless you’ve been in hiding, you’ve undoubtedly heard of these non-surgical treatments to stave off the signs of aging. These products are incredibly popular, and they’re not … Continue reading Who does it…?

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18

Dec

Let’s Talk Lashes!

Published: December 18, 2013

One of my absolute favorite developments in beauty products in the last few years is the eyelash enhancer, Latisse. Like many of you, my girlfriends and I have tried every kind of false eyelash. There’s the store-bought kind that leaves glue residue on your fingers, clothes, and everything else except your eyelashes. There’s the strand-by-strand … Continue reading Let’s Talk Lashes!

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16

Dec

Jennifer’s Breast Reduction Story

Published: December 16, 2013

Several years ago, I evaluated a woman named Jennifer for breast reduction surgery. She was 19 years old at the time, which a lot of people would say is too young for elective surgery. However, as we talked, it became clear that she was exactly the kind of patient who would benefit most from a … Continue reading Jennifer’s Breast Reduction Story

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13

Dec

Happy Holidays!

Published: December 13, 2013

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6

Dec

Breast Reconstruction

Published: December 6, 2013

Breast reconstruction is a broad term encompassing all the different ways a woman’s breast can be rebuilt after mastectomy.  The options that are available will depend on factors such as your body type, your reason for breast reconstruction and your preferences. A TRAM flap is one example of breast reconstruction.  TRAM stands for transverse rectus abdominus … Continue reading Breast Reconstruction

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