The Plastic Surgery Sourcebook: Everything You Need to Know

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Lowell House, Jan 1, 1999 - Medical - 247 pages
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Now in paperback, "The Plastic Surgery Sourcebook" takes the patient from the first "meaningful mirror encounters" to finding a competent surgeon to the procedures and the recovery process. With this book, potential plastic surgery recipients can decide whether reconstructive surgery is right for them, establish realistic goals, and have a successful result. 80 photos, 20 illustrations.

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Contents

IS PLASTICSURGERY FOR YOU CHAPTER 2 PLASTICSURGERYA DEFINITION AND HISTORY
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HOW MUCH IS THIS GOING TO COST ME?
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WHERE SHOULD I HAVE MY SURGERY?
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About the author (1999)

Kimberly A. Henry, M.D., is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon. She has written and lectured on a variety of plastic surgery topics.

Penny S. Heckaman is a writer specializing in consumer health issues.

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