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

Welcome to the NipTuck Talk Show

I'm excited to announce I will be launching a NEW Podcast Series and new website launching the summer of 2017.

I'll be exploring topics about breasts.

"Boob Talk"

Part One is on Breast Health. 

We'll cover topics such breast shapes, aging breasts, breast cancer, mammograms, self-esteem and breasts, how to choose a reconstructive surgeon and mastectomies.

Please join us for a very important and informative show.


Our guests will include medical experts and patients like you.

If you'd like to be considered as a guest, please contact me: Subject: GUEST

Thank you for being part of our podcast community.

Michele Garber

Host and Producer

NipTuck Coach

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Jun 13, 2017

Many women opt for tummy tucks. After the surgery they are excited to show off their new bodies. However, sometimes the scar is placed to high or it does not heal well. 

Tune in to hear how one woman solved the ugly tummy tuck scar problem.


Denise O'Connell is the Founder of TuckTats, and lives in Canada. 

Denise had a tummy tuck and knew that there was a possibility that she would not heal well due to a prior surgery and her skin type.

Denise loved her new body, wanted to show it off, but ultimately her scar was placed too high on her abdomen and as expected did not heal well. She was left with an angry high scar, so she could not show off her new body in bikinis. She tried scar cream and silicone applications but her scar still looked angry. Denise did not want to spend more money on scar revision or laser. She was tired of wearing high bikinis.

Tune in to hear Denise discuss how she solved her problem. Now women everywhere can cover their abdominal scars in a sexy and fun way.

TuckTats are beautiful professionally designed temporary tattoos. 

Visit for more information.