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Dr. Paul J. Reilly, MD, FAAFP, is Named Strax Rejuvenation's Doctor of the Month for August
Date:8/19/2013

ds," the new blog about Dr. Reilly noted.

"Because of this, we feel privileged that Dr. Reilly and our entire staff of cosmetic surgeons have chosen to work with us."

In addition to naming Dr. Reilly as Dr. of the Month for August, the staff at Strax Rejuvenation has stayed very busy this summer working with a large number of patients. As a previous press release noted, Strax is currently featuring several specials and discounts on some of its non-surgical procedures. The plastic surgery and wellness center's commitment to excellence is apparent in the many positive Strax reviews that have been posted on the TrustLink website.

Anybody who would like more information about Dr. Reilly, or wants to schedule a consultation about how he can help with hair loss issues is welcome to call Strax Rejuvenation directly, or use the convenient email contact form that is located on the website.

About Strax Rejuvenation:

Since 2004, Strax Rejuvenation is widely recognized as one of the nation's leading plastic surgery and wellness centers. Strax Rejuvenation has successfully performed over 40,000 procedures. To ensure patient safety and care, all surgeons that are permitted to perform surgeries on the wellness center's patients are board certified and credentialed by independent risk managers, and their prior medical performance histories are closely scrutinized before they are permitted to practice surgery. Supported by numerous doctors, anesthesiologists, registered nurses and physician's assistants, patients are assured to receive the very best possible experience in a warm, friendly, and nurturing environment. For more information, please visit http://www.straxrejuvenati
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