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On Busiest Shopping Day of the Year, Million Dollar Plastic Surgery Gift to be Offered at News Conference

Posted Nov 23, 2005 by SEO Admin

On Busiest Shopping Day of the Year, Million Dollar Plastic Surgery Gift to be Offered at News Conference

[ PR Newswire 2005-11-23 ]

Most Expensive and Extensive Cosmetic Surgery in history offered as the ideal Holiday Gift to consumers looking to recreate the ultimate human body from head to toe.

NEW YORK, Nov. 23 /PRNewswire/ Award Winning and Noted New York City Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Stephen Greenberg will be holding a news conference unveiling the most expensive and extensive plastic surgery procedure in history being offered for a holiday gift. The ultimate gift for a million dollars is being offered to consumers that want to totally re-create and transform their entire body from head to toes.

This all-encompassing, full-body rejuvenation will include breast lift and augmentation, full body liposuction, tummy tuck, thigh lift, skin care products, cosmetic dentistry, ear lobe repair, Lasik surgery, m

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Tinseltown Turns To "PlasticTown" During Oscars

Posted Jun 2, 2005 by SEO Admin

Tinsletown Turns to "Plastic-Town" During Oscars

Plastic Surgery Soars at Academy Awards Ceremony

Cosmetic Viewing Parties and Last Minute Touch-ups Invade Hollywood

NEW YORK, NY Hollywood's Red Carpet will be filled with plastic surgery and Botox more than ever as movie moguls make their appearances at the Academy Awards.

According to celebrity plastic surgeon and radio host Dr. Stephen Greenberg there are actors and actresses getting primed with plastic surgery and last minute touch-ups in record numbers. Plastic surgery is up nationwide and is continuing to rise at a booming rate with an overall 44% increase in the total number of cosmetic procedures in 2004. Since 1997, there has been a 465% increase in the total number of cosmetic procedures, both according to statistics compiled by The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons and as evidenced in Hollywood.

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Massive Weight Loss Often Leads To Massive Plastic Surgery

Posted Apr 20, 2005 by Stephen Greenberg, MD

Massive Weight Loss Often Leads to Massive Plastic Surgery

Woodbury, NY The Atkins Diet, "lap band" and gastric bypass surgery are just some of the extreme weight loss techniques that have grown more popular than ever. These programs have given many people incredible, life changing results. But much to the chagrin of those who achieve major weight loss, there is another obstacle that stands in the way of being 100% satisfied with their resulting appearance the remains of their former bodies.

What can be done with the excess, drippy, hanging skin that often follows the loss of a large amount of weight? Diet and exercise cannot remove the saggy skin that stays behind. The only way to rid oneself of this skin, according to Dr. Stephen T. Greenberg,a well-known New York plastic surgeon, is through cosmetic surgery. By undergoing procedures such as thigh lifts, tummy tucks, face and arm lifts and other common techniques, the e


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Liposuction of the Hips & Thighs

Posted Mar 19, 2005 by SEO Admin

As the summer approaches, many of us yet again, become firmly resolved to lose weight. While diet and exercise are wonderful at helping us look and feel better, often there are a few trouble areas left behind. Commonly in women, this area is harshly called Asaddlebags@. In men, it's Alove handles.@ The place on your physique where your body decides to store its fat is based on geneticsso you can blame your mother or father for those unattractive bulges!

Liposuction is the procedure of choice for most patients with isolated and troublesome areas of fat deposits. The procedure, performed under general or twilight anesthesia, actually has one of the easiest recoveries of the many procedures I perform. Most patients describe the discomfort as Aachey@ as if they had worked out too hard and just a few use the word, Apain.@ New techniques have dramatically improved the safety of the procedure along with the results a surgeon can obtain.


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