Breakthroughs in Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgery News – December 11, 2009

Plastic Surgery News – December 11, 2009

LATHERNCheck out this week’s Plastic Surgery News to get the latest on a woman who actually faked having breast cancer in order to raise money for breast implants. And see the latest on a new operation that grants women more shapely breasts– and is quicker and cheaper than implants or a breast lift. It’s set to hit Europe within two years. Also, there is a new survey indicating that many plastic surgeons are also loyal plastic surgery patients. They undergo their own cosmetic procedures, and can use the results to show potential clients a real-life example.

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