Refining & reshaping your new body

Nevins, Lori Sperling
July 2009
Weight Loss Success Lifestyles Magazine;2009, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p56
The article discusses the significance of plastic and reconstructive surgery and body contouring treatments as options for a large weight loss. According to a plastic and reconstructive surgeon Danielle DeLuca-Pytell, regarding the need to heal properly following surgery, the surgeon and patient must work as a team to plan the most effective strategy for recovery toward a maximum result post-operatively. It also cites the points to remember about working with a plastic surgeon.


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