Recently the death of former Miss Argentina and the model Solange Magnano raised many questions about the risks of cosmetic surgery. Especially if the doctor isn’t a specialist.
When a woman (who shall remain nameless) got a postcard in the mail from her gynecologist stating that she was adding cosmetic procedures to her practice, this woman didn’t hesitate to see her about the prominent bags under her eyes. The woman assumed buy branded viagra because she was a really good gynecologist that she’d be good at anything she did.
Immediately after being injected with something called Lipodissolve that has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, the woman felt unbearable pressure in her eyes. Before she left the doctors office, her eyes blew up really big. When she got home, her face got so puffy that, in profile you couldn’t see her nose. She kept calling the doctor’s office and every time she called was told there was no need for a follow-up visit.
It took 6 weeks for her features to finally reemerge. She still had the original problem, plus a new one:a prominent indentation between her lower eyelid and cheek that will need to be surgically corrected.
She was told by her new physician, Dr. Julius Few, associate professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago: “She could have gone blind”
This is really amazing to me. Would you let your Plastic Surgeon give you a hysterectomy?
When considering plastic surgery, Make sure the Doctor is an ASPS Member Surgeon.
Members of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons®
* Are certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery® or The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada®.
* Have at least six years of surgical training and experience, with at least three years in plastic surgery.
* Operate only in accredited medical facilities.
* Adhere to a strict code of ethics.
* Fulfill continuing medical education requirements, including standards and innovations in patient safety.
* Are your partners in cosmetic plastic surgery and reconstructive plastic surgery.
Now Dr. Mark J. Kanter is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and a member of the Southern Medical Society, the Hampton Medical Society, and the Medical Society of Virginia. He offers you a clean and secure environment for outpatient surgical operations. So if you live in the Hampton Roads area, and are in need of reconstructive surgery or thinking of cosmetic surgery, he is the one to go to. He has over 15 years of experience, with over 4,000 procedures performed.
We here at Ciniva Systems think very highly of Dr.Kanter, after all we designed his website and got to know him very well. So if you live in the Hampton Roads area and are thinking of any type of plastic surgery give Dr. Kanter a call at 757-827-8486. Check him out at kanterplasticsurgery.com