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LOOKING FOR YOUNG TEENS RECEIVING PLASTIC SURGERY
« on: June 29, 2011, 02:53:16 PM »
Cable television show looking for young teens (14-16 years old) who are receiving plastic surgery in the month of July and willing to speak to our producers about their procedures before and after they are performed. Looking primarily for patients who are getting surgery for cosmetic reasons only -- teens who are self-confident, well liked by peers, but want to change something about themselves to make them feel even better. Most interested in teens getting surgery for ears, eyes, chins, or liposuction. Please write to us at newbielink:mailto:plasticsurgery@rocketmail.com [nonactive]

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Re: LOOKING FOR YOUNG TEENS RECEIVING PLASTIC SURGERY
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2011, 09:36:29 AM »
Cable television show looking for young teens (14-16 years old) who are receiving plastic surgery in the month of July and willing to speak to our producers about their procedures before and after they are performed. Looking primarily for patients who are getting surgery for cosmetic reasons only -- teens who are self-confident, well liked by peers, but want to change something about themselves to make them feel even better. Most interested in teens getting surgery for ears, eyes, chins, or liposuction. Please write to us at -

You are most likely asking for something close to impossible. So many Teenage Plastic Surgery patients are unhappy, with emotional scars from traumatic teasing and social stress. That is the typical issue I see with Otoplasty Surgery, or Gynecomastia in Teenagers, and Teenage Rhinoplasty. There are exceptions that are outgoing and willing to discuss, but that is not the typical individual who has been stressed by the deformity they have.

How does the public know that you are not trying to sensationalize this issue and will be protecting their sensitivities?

Hope this helps,

Michael Bermant, MD
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