A man's world

Nataloni, Rochelle
April 2011
Cosmetic Surgery Times;Apr2011, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p28
Trade Publication
The article highlights the marketing initiatives of Denver cosmetic surgeon John Millard to attract men to cosmetic surgery practice. It states that Millard's market in body-contouring procedures include six-pack abs and high definition liposculpture with either VASER (Sound Surgical Technologies) or Smartlipo (Cynosure) procedures, which bring men to the practice. Also mentioned is Dr. Robert A. Shumnway's view of laser liposuction on men.


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