Tag Archives: plastic surgery

The One Minion Search Party – “are plastic surgeons playing god”

I’m at odds with the world of plastic surgery. I wrote a piece in 2011 focused on the dilemma a British woman found herself in after botched work . (She never got the £54 million she thought she deserved, though.) … Continue reading

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Plastic surgeon “played God” – Honey, you asked him to

I understand why people want to go under the knife to hide signs of aging, or change things they can’t seem to like about themselves. I know a lot of women (and men presumably) decide to pay for these procedures … Continue reading

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Quotable opinion (and it’s not mine. I know! Call Ripley’s!)

The opinion piece (see link below) was in an American newspaper about unnecessary plastic surgery and how the skills of these doctors would be put to better humanitarian use in places like Ghana that have a dire need for corrective … Continue reading

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