Jul 31

Getting the Pippa Lift

Pippa Middleton came to the attention of the world during the wedding of her sister Kate Middleton into the Royal Family of England. The event, seen all over the world, made her into a celebrity during the course of just a few minutes. Apparently so many people liked her hind-quarters that the plastic surgery industry has seen a marked rise in butt lifting surgery, which now has a nickname “the Pippa“. Personally, I was more impressed by the Alexander McQueen dress she was wearing, but to each their own.

“The latest craze here in the US and all over the world is to get the ‘Pippa Butt Lift. Once the breast implants reigned supreme, now it is the buttocks that are considered a woman’s best asset,” Miami-based celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Constantino Mendieta, told FOX411′s Pop Tarts.

The Pippa Butt Lift can performed by many plastic surgeons in Ohio. It is simply a matter of finding one near you who will do it for the right cost. The plastic surgeons of Ohio State are able to handle many requests.


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Jul 19

Couples Getting Procedures Done Together

The latest and greatest trend in the plastic surgery industry is couples going to receive plastic surgery together. This is a trend that is highly marketable. Women are already far more likely to get plastic surgery, making it popular for women to bring in their husbands or boyfriends is a stroke of marketing genius. With that said, it’s sort of the logical thing to do–often they go as a couple anyway, so that both of the individuals are involved. So, why not have both individuals get procedures done? Plastic surgeons in Ohio State ought to try offering specials for this sort of dual-procedure.

Business for plastic surgery centers is coming in pairs as more couples undergo elective plastic surgery at the same time.Physicians at the Fort Worth Plastic Surgery Center said they see more couples coming in together to get procedures. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), Americans spent nearly $10.7 billion on procedures in 2010, up 9 percent from the year before.

I like the reason the guy in the article gives–he just wants to keep up with the advancing beauty of his wife. Not only is the answer reasonable, the wife will love it I’m sure. The other fact that I found interesting in the article was about the growth of procedures amongst males–an increase of 88% since 1997. Plastic surgeons in Ohio can attest to this fact, I’m sure.

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