Archive for November, 2009
For many people reading this blog, you may think- what’s the big deal if a 5% tax is imposed on cosmetic surgery? You may think those people are rich after all- aren’t they?
But the truth of the matter is that some 86% of cosmetic surgery patients are working women ages 35-50, with an average annual income of $55,000 per year. Hardly the case of a tax on the rich and famous. Read more1 comment
Recently we’ve seen a number of people who have asked about the use of ethmoid bone in revision rhinoplasty. Each had previously undergone a nose job that had over time either resulted in loss of tip support- resulting in a droopy nasal tip- or had a twisted nose which had been partially corrected but over time had twisted again- resulting in a crooked nasal tip. Read more5 comments