What went down last year? More Botox, interesting breast surgeries, horrible doctor behavior, deeply impactful charity work, and strangeness in Korea. But mostly creepy.
Overall, 2013 was a good year for plastic surgery, and I think you’ll agree, my readers have peeped a unique slice of information these past 12 months.
I take a lot of pride in my work. Most doctors do. But this year there were a lot of shady doctors really sketching up our collective reputation with the worst of behavior. There were, the who didn’t perform surgery at all, and lying . Let’s not forget the ’ contributions either.
Breast augmentation is the most popular surgery in the cosmetic world. One might think it is a real yawn, offering nothing new to interested parties. On the contrary, this year we saw heal before swimming, discussed and textures on the implant market and met a family- man with a .surge, learned how long to
Badly Needed Cleft Lip Surgeries
This summer I took yet another life changing medical mission trip to Malawi, Africa to deliver first world surgical help to those with third world access. I sharedas well as on the trip and a
Good Lord, Korea.
Extreme? Identical beautiful ? Yes. And don’t forget procedures either. Korea spent 2013 in the deep end of the plastic surgery madness pool.
We learned aboutand one-sided men’s thong underwear. How to keep our and tips on selecting the . was our constant bright spot and we never once forgot about the or . What does 2014 hold? Stay tuned for my predictions and fastidious reporting on all things relevant and bizarre in the cosmetic realm. Happy New Year!
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