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Joan River's New Plastic Surgery Promotion Book is Out of Sync With What Women Really Need to Hear About Going Under The Knife!
Date:2/19/2009

DR. JEFFREY KRONSON, M.D. CHALLENGES NOTION THAT CUTTING IS THE WAY TO BEAUTY!

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- As Joan River's "Men Are Stupid And They Like Big Boobs" flies off the book shelves, another main stream media effort to coerce women into plastic surgery to be beautiful, a Southern California vascular surgeon, Jeffrey Kronson, M.D., remains convinced that younger women and men are getting the wrong message.

"While Joan Rivers certainly has a right to hawk her beliefs about plastic surgery, her book and the half dozen reality shows that focus on plastic surgery undermine the credibility of the beauty enhancement business," declares Dr. Kronson, a surgeon who is decidedly in favor of beauty enhancement. "I'd rather use a scalpel to save lives, and the truth is that technology has now advanced where there are many ways to enhance beauty and reverse aging without invading the cosmetic envelope and creating scar tissue that leads to a lifetime of going under the knife."

A fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Dr. Kronson believes there is no reason for an average woman or man to get a face-lift if they are less than 65 years old. "When a doctor invades the cosmetic envelope, cutting tissue, inflammation is created which needs to be repaired. There is inevitable scarring and removal of skin which can't be replaced. The problem with Joan Rivers promoting plastic surgery in a book that encourages young and middle aged women to do whatever it takes to be beautiful is that the whole premise is misleading. Women and men have access to far less expensive beauty enhancement procedures which don't involve plastic surgery!"

Dr. Kronson does support the use of lasers, dermal fillers, BOTOX, sclerotherapy, injection rhinoplasty, & photorejuvenation, which he believes delivers the patient beauty enhancements without going under the knife. However, Dr. Kronson argues with
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