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New Cosmetic Hip Implants Offer Women A Curvy Hour-Glass Figure In A Safe Medical Procedure That Takes Only About An Hour.
Date:4/30/2013

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 30, 2013

First it was the “bootylicious” behind and the well-endowed curves of JLo as women sought the extra curves “back there” using buttock implants and fat injections. Sadly, those procedures didn't do much towards achieving an hour-glass figure . . . especially if one already had enough in the rear. But now, virtually any woman can get that desired hour-glass shape with Dr. Nikolas Chugay’s Curvaceous Woman Makeover—a cosmetic surgery procedure offered only by world-renowned aesthetic surgeon, Dr. Chugay.

Until recently, getting nice curves in the right areas has usually been relegated to inventive clothing designers . . . but, not anymore. Enter Dr. Nikolas Chugay, a creative genius in the medical art of aesthetic surgery. Dr. Chugay, who is well known for outstanding results using silicone body implants and stem cell procedures using fat for butt, calf, bicep, pec and deltoid implants has perfected a cosmetic hip implant procedure that will, according to Dr. Chugay, “make you look mah-vel-ous.” The new cosmetic hip implants procedure has patients lining up at Chugay's Beverly Hills and Long Beach facilities. "Now women can look great in almost any attire, and even a bikini," Dr. Paul Chugay proudly said, an integral part of the father-and-son physician team. “We can give them a knock-out figure using our cosmetic hip implants in a bit over an hour."

Got a boy-like figure? Are you straight up and down? Want to make Beyoncé jealous? Now women can, according to the two cosmetic surgeons. Dr. Nik Chugay, who is perhaps the leading expert in body implants and muscle augmentation, has seemingly come up with yet another winner. Cosmetic hip implant
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