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Strax Rejuvenation Releases a New Radio Ad that is Getting a Lot of Attention from Listeners
Date:9/9/2013

SUNRISE, Fla., Sept. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Jade Holding Group, LLC dba Strax Rejuvenation, one of the nation's leading and busiest plastic surgery and wellness centers, has just released a new radio ad that has pleasantly surprised everyone at Strax with how much attention it is getting. In addition to mentioning how Strax can perform many procedures with just a local anesthesia, the radio ad also stressed that regardless of what type of anesthesia is needed during surgery, every patient will be approved for financing. This promise definitely resonated with listeners; since the radio ad first began airing, the staff at Strax have been busier than ever setting up consultations with new patients.

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As a recent blog post on tummy tuck noted, the certified plastic surgeons at Strax Rejuvenation in Florida perform many types of cosmetic surgeries, including tummy tucks, Lap Band (R) surgery, breast augmentation, liposuction, and many more. Another blog, that features updated info on breast implants, stressed the fact that Strax has always strived to offer the highest quality surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures at the most affordable prices possible—and with many types of financing options.

"One aspect of Strax that really sets them apart from any other cosmetic surgery office in the area is their mission to provide services to those who would not otherwise be able to afford them," another recent blog noted, adding that having many doctors in one office helps to keep down the costs of proced
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