News, Papers and Articles Relating to Cosmetic Surgery
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Science rules what we do.
Don't be fooled by the quote "I've got lots of experience in these things". One person may see thousands in a lifetime and then they have their personal bias in their own reporting (do you tell everyone your mistakes?) Research is unbiased; it involves very large numbers of people and is constantly being updated.
These papers may interest you.
Thinking Outside the Box in Marketing Cosmetic Surgery
("Frankly, what people care about is not how much you know, but how much you care. " - Les Blackstock, cosmetic surgeon, is featured on page 12 of Summer 2013 issue of Surge Magazine. )
The year my voice spoke
From Wrinkle Filler to Facial Sculptor, What's New in Dermal Fillers?
The use of Hybrid Radiofrequency (RF) Device for Rhytids and lax skin
Novel Radiofrequency (RF) Device for Cellulite & Body Reshaping Therapy
Combination of New Radio Frequency device and blue light for treatment of Acne Vulgaris
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