Striving for Perfection

Bedevian, Rima
December 2010
Plastic Surgery Practice;Dec2010, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p26
The article focuses on plastic and aesthetic surgeon Charles A. Messa from Weston, Florida. Messa says he chooses his profession because he wants to take care of people. It mentions that he provides noninvasive treatments including Restylane, injectable fillers and Radiesse. He practices at the Weston Cosmetic Surgery Center with 17 physicians.


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