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Dr. Daniel Ronel Offers New Permanent Lip Enhancement in New Mexico
Date:5/21/2009

One of the most popular aesthetic procedures is lip enhancement. 'The lips are the first thing that most people notice about women' explains Dr. Daniel Ronel, a board certified plastic surgeon in Albuquerque and Santa Fe New Mexico.

(Vocus) May 21, 2009 -- One of the most popular aesthetic procedures is lip enhancement. 'The lips are the first thing that most people notice about women' explains Dr. Daniel Ronel, a board certified plastic surgeon in Albuquerque and Santa Fe New Mexico. 'The cosmetic industry recognizes that women spend billions of dollars on their lips, from lipstick to aesthetic injectables." Most augment their lips with injectable fillers, which are repeated about once a year or even more often. Now there is a safe, permanent solution: PermaLip.
   
The lip implant is made of soft silicone gel, like a "gummy bear" candy. An excellent alternative to repetitive, costly, and painful filler injections, the PermaLip has undergone extensive clinical testing to ensure its safety and efficacy. The procedure is performed in a simple in office visit that only takes 30 - 40 minutes. It does not have the problems associated with earlier generations of implants, and it is easily removed if desired.
   
Dr. Ronel explains, 'It is a vast improvement over injectable fillers. The implant gives me the ability to enhance the lips in a way that doesn't change over time. It is safe and soft. I highly recommend it for anyone considering lip enhancement, since the results are terrific.'
   
And what about kissing? Is there a way someone will be able to tell whether or not someone has lip implants? Nelda Jimenez, one of Dr. Ronel's patients in Albuquerque says 'it's virtually impossible to tell, in fact, my husband says that he can't tell I even got them!'

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