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The NipTuck Talk Show: Plastic Surgery|Beauty Hot Topics| Wellness |Aesthetic Medicine

Be Beautiful Not Botched! Explore the confusing world of Plastic Surgery, Cosmetic Procedures and new Medical Technologies with Plastic Surgery Coach, Michele Garber, Then NipTuck Coach. Go behind the scenes with medical and beauty experts from around the world. Listen to patient's experiences and empower yourself before going under the knife! Tweet with us @niptuckcoach email questions and comments to info@niptuckcoach.com
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Welcome to The NipTuck Talk Show

The Truth in Beauty and Plastic Surgery

"Be Beautiful Not Botched" with Plastic Surgery Coach  Michele Garber

We focus on the truth not the hype of plastic surgery and beauty products with medical and beauty experts from around the globe. We also talk about some of psychological and  ethical issues in the world of plastic surgery.

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Dec 10, 2015
Are You Ready For Plastic Surgery

You're having plastic surgery! Are you really ready? Do you know understand the procedure? Do you have the  emotional and physical support you need? What happens if you change your mind after the consultation? 

Meet Norman Wright of the Wight Institute and PAPPS. Mr Wright is a Social Worker and Psychotherapist who specializes in Pre and Post Procedure Plastic Surgery in the United Kingdom. 

"Having a plastic surgery procedure has an impact psychologically and emotionally. 

It's important that doctors make the time to treat people with dignity and respect 

There is an attitude from surgeons that is not healthy about the patients that they are treating. The moment you have plastic surgery, you are their responsibility for life."

 

 

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