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31 July 2011 No Comment

Blemish-free Skin

Beautiful skin is really important. Moles and growths of any size and kind can be easily removed by a skilled plastic surgeon.

When I was five or six a dog bit me on my lip one summer in New Hampshire. I vaguely remember it even today.

There was a hole in my lip and a mole appeared there some time later. When I would shave, it would often get cut and bleed.

I met a young lady five or six years ago who asked me why I didn’t get that pesky mole removed. I didn’t have an answer.

She told me about her uncle who was a plastic surgeon in New Jersey. She inquired of him to find a really good surgeon here in Virginia, and I was referred to Dr. Naderi.

My friend set up an appointment and we met with Dr. Naderi in his office. He noticed a second mole on my chin and suggested we take care of both of them and a age spot on my cheek.

He did a really good job of explaining everything. I could tell he was a pro and really knew his art well.

The whole procedure took less than thirty minutes sitting in his office under a local anesthetic.

I was in and out before I knew it. The anesthetic stung for a couple of seconds, and the rest was quick and easy.

Today you cannot tell I ever had two moles or an age spot.

I look and feel twenty years younger and feel much better about myself.  My self-image improved in the process.

Remember, the better you look, the better you feel. The better you feel, the better you become.

Massage increases circulation and flexibility. When you are relaxed you feel better about yourself. Looks and feeling go together like “sugar and spice, and everything nice”.

Looking good is important to our total well being! For an excellent plastic surgeon go to Blemish-free Skin.

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