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The Duchess of Cambridge’s nose edges out Angelina’s Lips and Kim’s Booty for Most Requested Plastic Surgery Procedures. SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (February 12, 2013) – Forget Angelina Jolie’s lips, kick Kim Kardashian’s butt to the curb, and wave bye-bye to Pamela Anderson’s bulging busoms. It has been confirmed the Kate Middleton’s nose is the most highly prized body part in both the US and the UK. According to the UK’s Daily Mail newspaper, the number of women requesting noses like Kate’s has tripled since 2011. And in Arizona, hordes of women are heading to plastic surgeon’s offices requesting the stately snout of The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.
Scottsdale-based plastic surgeon Dr. Daniel Shapiro of Shapiro Plastic Surgery and Skin Klinic says…
Plastic Surgeon Dr Jennifer Walden.
Dr. Jennifer Walden is a Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon who is fellowship-trained in aesthetic surgery and board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. She currently is an associate attending in Plastic Surgery at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital and Lenox Hill Hospital. She is also a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Her office is located at in Manhattan at 50 East 71st Street(on the corner of Park Avenue and 71st Street). Dr. Walden has been featured on CBS, ABC, and Fox News to discuss various topics in plastic surgery and has been quoted in magazines, such as: Vogue, Cosmopolitan and SELF.
In this interview Dr Walden talks to Marta Walsh about her fascination with plastic surgery which began in junior high, some of the challenges of being a woman plastic surgeon, her passion for sharing her knowledge in plastic surgery, gives advice to anyone considering plastic surgery for the first time, and best celebrity plastic surgery makeovers.
Marta Walsh: When did your fascination with plastic surgery begin?
Dr Jennifer Walden: My fascination with surgery began when I was in junior high, and one of our science projects was to dissect a pig. My science teacher told me I was going to be a surgeon after I completed the project in one day, after my lab partner left the room in disgust. As for plastic surgery, I decided I enjoyed the realm of producing visible surgical results and the immediate gratification that comes with that when I was a medical student in Texas.
Is an “imperfect” facial feature messing with your confidence? Believe it or not, sometimes what can be done with a knife or needle can also be done with a brush or wedge sponge — and a trick called …More
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Is an “imperfect” facial feature messing with your confidence? Believe it or not, sometimes what can be done with a knife or needle can also be done with a brush or wedge sponge — and a trick called contouring. Follow these makeup artist-approved tips on giving yourself a temporary makeover without looking like you’re trying too hard. (Bonus: No downtime!) Makeup tips!