Monthly Archives: March 2015

Should the Screen Actors Guild Ban BOTOX?

Botox expert in Indiana discusses a potential ban of the treatment for the Screen Actor's Guild.

Actress Rachel Weisz once called for the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) to ban BOTOX® Cosmetic. According to Ms. Weisz, “Acting is all about expression; why would you want to iron out a frown?” I have no interest in launching into a long discussion about Hollywood or the SAG here, but I would like to clear something up: BOTOX injections, when performed…

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Out with the Old Implants, In With the New

Rewarding breast reconstruction surgery

Many women find that silicone gel breast implants look and feel more like “the real thing” than saline implants. Most of my breast enlargement patients in Indiana want a result that looks and feels as natural as possible, so they understand the appeal of silicone breast implants. Some women who have received older generation saline or silicone implants are now…

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Become Your Surgeon’s "Fan" on Facebook

Indiana plastic surgeon suggests you become a "fan" of your surgeon on Facebook.

Facebook: it’s everywhere. Both people and businesses are using this new “social media” tool to spread the word and start conversations. Like many plastic surgeons in Indiana and across the country, I recently created a page for my practice, and it”s helping me connect with patients in new and important ways. The Benefits for Surgeons Building my Facebook fan page and…

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