Outdoor Tourism Exhibition In Parma, Italy, From The 10th To The 18th Of September}

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Submitted by: Francesca Tessarollo

The second outdoor tourism exhibition will take place in the exhibitory space of Fiere di Parma in September.

Do you have a passion for camping? Do you work in the field of camper van sale and rental? If you do, save these dates: 10th 18th September. In those days Parma, Italy, will host the second outdoor tourism exhibition, an event that was born last year but that has already become a must in the field of outdoor tourism.

Following the success achieved last year, feverish preparations for the second exhibition are under way. Also this year the event will be organized by Fiere di Parma with APC (Caravan and Camper Manufacturers Association) in continuity with last years exhibition, in view of the good results achieved in 2010, but there will also be some changes and improvements to make the event even more appealing and satisfying for visitors and exhibitors. In fact this is not a simple fair, but the exhibition that represents Italy in the circuit of ECF, the European Federation that deals with the promotion of caravanning and that represents the interests of the organizations that are commercially involved in this business, form the companies specialized in caravan sale to caravan manufacturers. The exhibition that takes place in Parma is one of the international events that depend on the ECF and that are well-known all over Europe, like the Caravan Salon of Dusseldorf and the Salon des Vehicules de Loisirs of Paris. An important acknowledgement for the exhibition, which includes also a permanent observatory on camper and outdoor tourism managed by CISET, the International Center of Studies on Tourism of the Ca Foscari University of Venice.

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The Outdoor Tourism Exhibition of Parma is meant to be a privileged observation point on the world of caravanning and everything concerning it, a meeting point for those who work or are interested in this field, and an important showcase for exhibitors coming not only from Italy but also from abroad. 33% of the 235 exhibitors that took part in the first exhibition, indeed, came from abroad. There were also 20 foreign delegates, 4 of them coming from outside the EU. Most exhibitors (50%) belonged to the field of accessories, 31% to the sector of camper vans and caravans and 19% to tourism press and associations. Also the data concerning the number of visitors are outstanding: over 133.000 camping and outdoor tourism lovers and professionals visited the 90.000 m2 exhibitory space, with a peak on the opening day.

Expectations for the second year of the exhibitions are very high, also because much has been done to improve the offer of the event – not only as exhibitors is concerned – with an expansion of food and hospitality services and renovations of the exhibitory space, in order to meet the needs and desires of visitors in the best possible way. There will be, for example, two new pavilions of 50 m2, camping areas, a childrens space and many interesting entertainment events. Do not miss it!

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The Kitchen Set Up By A Chef}

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The Kitchen Set Up By a Chef

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Recently our church rented the local community center for a crafts bazaar. We were going to serve lunch so the kitchen was to be used. As we set up what did we find? We found a kitchen that was set up for use by a Chef. The cookware was stored on pot racks and on shelves. Everything was in the proper place, stored very efficiently and handy for use. As we unpacked the food we were going to prepare, it was an awesome feeling to be able to use such fine restaurant equipment. After all the bags and boxes were emptied we were ready to cook some good food to serve to our hungry customers.

Now that I had time to survey the whole kitchen area, food warmer and server, the pots and pans, the pot racks and all the cutlery and cooking utensils, I found some interesting facts. Yes, some of the pots and pans were very oversized as compared to the cookware as seen in most homes. The reason for the layout of the kitchen and the types of utensils, pots and pans found was easily understandable. Where I was puzzled was the type of different metals used in the pots and pans. I thought all would be made out of the same metal in this restaurant style setting. As customers started coming to the bazaar some were associated with this community center. One woman had spent a considerable time in this kitchen and her work consisted of cooking for a senior citizens retirement home. When asked about the different metals of the pots and pans, she explained to me some of the reasoning in the kitchen set up.

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She started at the food warmer and server. This was made out of stainless steel. The reasons were that this was the heart of the food serving and would get the most use and abuse over time. This unit had to be strong but also had to be easy to clean and disinfect. Stainless steel was the best choice for this application. Stainless steel is easy to clean and is not as porous as other metals, so this metal does not have as many places for bacteria and germs to get trapped. Stainless steel will wipe to a great shine and is very appealing to the eye. This is the first thing you see if you are in line to purchase food. What a great first impression!

The next area was the stock pots or soup pots. These were made out of cast aluminum. The reason was to have a large pot, but not a lot of weight. These pots would be heavy enough when being used at a dinner. Cast Aluminum provides even bases as compared to the side walls. This gives excellent even heat transfer in a large pot, and when also provided with tight fitting lids, these pots will hold heat without a high burner setting. This provides very hot food without the food sticking and burning. The cast aluminum also was fairly easy to clean.

As the tour continued we talked about the smaller pots and pans. There was quite a selection to choose from. I was told the best was to always use a pot or pan that had a lid to help keep the heat in. A tight fitting lid would also prevent the food from being dry or burnt from too much evaporation of cooking water or juices. She showed me the rack of smaller pots and pans (same as used in home kitchens), that was her favorite to use on the stove top. These were made out of stainless steel also. The big advantage, I was told, to these pans were their multi-ply bottoms. The bottoms were made out of 2 plies of stainless steel with a layer of aluminum sandwiched between. This provided the pot or pan to have even heat distribution, no hot spots and could be used with lower heat settings. Also for healthy cooking the pots and pans would require much less water when used, due to their tight fitting lids. The pots and pans cleaned up very easy, and as with the warmer/server mentioned above the stainless steel wiped to a really terrific shine.

All of the cooking utensils were metal, with the exception of a few wooden spoons. The metal utensils were not a problem as none of the cookware was Teflon. In this environment Teflon was damaged too easily and had to be replaced often. As with all of the pots and pans, the utensils were hanging on a pot rack or on the side of metal shelves. This provided easy access, air dried and nothing was damaged from storage. During long periods of inactivity the shelves and racks were covered.

The same principals should be used when purchasing cookware for the home, every piece will be of value and easy to clean, as we seen above. The lessons learned are; stainless steel multi-ply bottom cookware promotes healthy food due to being non porous, with tight fitting lids uses less water or no water to cook, easy to clean, wipes to a great shine and looks fantastic when stored in open view. Larger pots and pans must have an empty weight consideration, since they will be very heavy when one half or three fourths full. They should be aluminum or stainless steel with large handles. Frying pans that are large should have two handles for ease of use, the larger the handles the better.

Dale Crouse is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt. Linda, his wife started a website selling quality cookware and she wanted to know how the products she sold compared to other sites. Dale will be writing articles showing how to make the best choices in purchasing cookware from his research. Visit Linda’s website at http://www.mypothandle.com.

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NASCAR: Greg Biffle wins 2010 Price Chopper 400

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Monday, October 4, 2010

Roush Fenway Racing driver Greg Biffle, who qualified fifth, won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 2010 Price Chopper 400 held on October 3, 2010 at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas, United States. This became his second win of the season.

Biffle was chased by Jimmie Johnson up to the finish line, but was not able to catch him this weekend. Following the race, Johnson became the points leader after three of ten events in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.

Kevin Harvick managed the third position in the closing laps of the race, after starting twenty-fourth on the grid. Pole position winner Kasey Kahne collided with the wall earlier in the race, which prompted him to a thirty-seventh place finish.

Tony Stewart, from the Stewart Haas Racing team, clinched the fourth position, after leading the most laps with 76. Jeff Gordon followed Stewart in fifth, while Carl Edwards could only manage sixth.

Matt Kenseth, Paul Menard, Ryan Newman, and A. J. Allmendinger rounded out the top ten finishers in the race. Other drivers in the Chase, such as Denny Hamlin finished twelfth, and Kyle Busch finished in twenty-first.

Johnson now heads the Drivers’ championship with 5,503 points, eight points ahead of Denny Hamlin. Manufacturers’ ?hampionship standings is lead by Chevrolet with 212, thirty-seven points ahead of Toyota and 77 ahead of Ford. Once the race concluded, Johnson commented, “I know we came [into Kansas] second. Of course, I wanted to be leading. I could care less where the 11 [Hamlin] was [Sunday]. It’s just not time to worry about that stuff. After Talladega, teams and drivers can work on a strategy of protecting or taking chances. We have to get deeper into the Chase to be concerned about who the points leader is.”

Chilean earthquakes: in pictures

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Thursday, March 18, 2010

On the Feb. 27, Chile was hit by an magnitude 8.8 earthquake; almost 500 were killed, with resulting tsunami destroying most coastal towns between Llolleo and Araucanía Region. A second earthquake last week, with its epicentre in Pichilemu, caused destruction in the Coquimbo and Bío Bío regions.

A Wikinews contributor is in the area, and we look at the extent of this natural disaster’s damage through his photographs.


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People camping in La Cruz Hill, Pichilemu. They even constructed little houses, to make their stay more comfortable.Image: Diego Grez.

Church of Santa Cruz, after the February earthquake.Image: Diego Grez.

The Arturo Prat square before and after the earthquake and tsunami in Pichilemu.Image: Diego Grez.

Boat after tsunami in Pichilemu.Image: Diego Grez.

Military representatives in La Cruz Hill, Pichilemu, after the March earthquake.Image: Diego Grez.

On-scene soldiers on a truck, in Lolol, after the March earthquake.Image: Diego Grez.

Destroyed balaustrades and the ceiling of a kiosk over another balaustrades, near the beach of Pichilemu.Image: Diego Grez.

Lolol church after the March earthquake.Image: Diego Grez.

Many houses in Lolol were declared Historic Monuments of Chile. This is one of many that are going to be demolished.Image: Diego Grez.

Destroyed building Mirador by the tsunami in Pichilemu, and also by a kiosk/container.Image: Diego Grez.

Cars driving to La Cruz Hill in Pichilemu, a few hours after the disaster.Image: Diego Grez.

Chilean singer Joe Vasconcellos did a free solo tour in Chile after the Pichilemu and Maule earthquakes. Pictured during his performance in La Cruz Hill, Pichilemu.Image: Diego Grez.

House in front of the Main Beach of Pichilemu after the tsunami and earthquake combo.Image: Diego Grez.

Bucalemu was severely impacted by the February tsunami and earthquake; this picture taken after the March temblor.Image: Diego Grez.

Many houses were destroyed after the earthquake in Lolol, because they were old and made with rustic materials.Image: Diego Grez.

Another destroyed house, a few meters behind the Lolol church.Image: Diego Grez.

Pichilemu highway, the day of the earthquake and tsunami.Image: Diego Grez.

Most of the balustrades aroundRoss Park, in Pichilemu, were destroyed after the 2010 Pichilemu earthquake.Image: Diego Grez.

Destroyed kiosks after the tsunami in Pichilemu.Image: Diego Grez.

Just one kiosk and some bathrooms in front of the Arturo Prat Square survived the tsunami in Pichilemu.Image: Diego Grez.

The Cahuil Bridge was severely damaged after both quakes. It is broken in half and is a serious danger to motorists.Image: Diego Grez.

Several houses were destroyed in the town of Bucalemu, almost 40 kilometers from Pichilemu. In this picture, a house located in front of the beach was later thrown in the half of the roadway.Image: Diego Grez.

Cobquecura, the epicentre of the February quake.

The building Alto Río, in Concepción, collapsed after the February earthquake.Image: Claudio Núñez.

A severely damaged building in Maipú.Image: Jorge Barrios.

Collapsed Vespucio Norte Express Highway in Santiago, after the February earthquake.

The damaged Museum of Contemporary Art, after the February earthquake.

Aftermath of the February earthquake and tsunami in San Antonio.Image: Atilio Leandro.

Damaged Autopista del Maipo, near the city of Chada.Image: Lufke.

People trying to buy gasoline, in Chillán.Image: JOjo Jose Tomas.

Fire in the University of Concepción, after the February earthquake.

Destroyed houses in the Maule Region.Image: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Fire in a plastics factory, in Ruta 5 Norte.

Chillán‘s Medialuna after the February earthquake.

House in Pelluhue after the February temblor.Image: Caritas Linares.

US President Barack Obama holds a conference call from the White House Situation Room.

President Sebastián Piñera visits ONEMI after the February quake.Image: Sebastián Piñera E..

Zones affected by the February earthquake.Image: B1mbo.

Map of Chile showing the epicenter of the February quake.

USGS shake map of the February earthquake.

USGS intensity map of the March earthquake.

USGS intensity map for the most strong aftershock of the temblor.Image: USGS.

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Pichilemu and Cobquecura, Chile rocked again by aftershocks

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Friday, March 26, 2010

Two medium intensity seisms were registered in Chile. These quakes are aftershocks of the March 11 Pichilemu earthquake. According to the University of Chile Geological Survey, the first one took place at 9:59 local time (13:59 UTC); its epicenter was located 17 kilometers northeast of Pichilemu, with a magnitude of 4.7. It lasted about ten seconds. The second aftershock had a magnitude of 5.1, and occurred at the 10:57 local time (14:57 UTC), with its epicenter located 15 kilometers north of Cobquecura.

The National Emergencies Office graded the scale of the seisms on the Mercalli scale, which attempts to quantify the amount of physical damage caused by an earthquake. The intensities of the smaller aftershock were determined to be V in Pichilemu, III in Talca and II in San Fernando, while the larger 5.1 magnitude earthquake only hit IV in Pichilemu, but registered a IV in Talca as well, due to its closer proximity to that city.

Thursday morning the Municipality of Pichilemu posted a letter via Facebook to all those affected by the February 27 and March 11 earthquakes in the surrounding areas of Pichilemu, like Ciruelos, Alto Ramírez, and others. However, they didn’t name the village of Espinillo. The mayor of Pichilemu, Roberto Córdova, was criticized for not giving aid to the village. Córdova responded that he was “doing his best to aid [the surrounding areas]. [The Municipality] is going to replace the [balustrades] destroyed by the 11 March earthquake,” and “these places are receiving the aid they require.”

Seminar On Low Cost Cheap Hair Transplant Held At Jargaon India

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Seminar On Low Cost Cheap hair transplant held at Jargaon india

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Hair Transplant is a permanent solution to Baldness. This was stated by Dr. (Mrs.) Aman Dua from AK Clinics, a leading Hair Transplant Surgeon and founder member of Association of Hair Restoration Surgeons of India (AHRS) at a recently organized CME by NIMA branch Jagraon.

Dr(Mrs.)Aman Dau is an aesthetic dermatologist and to our knowledge the first female dermatologist surgeon doing hair transplant by FUE technique in INDIA. She has been trained by Dr. Alex Ginzburg, a renowned hair transplant surgeon from Israel. Formerly she is consultant at Dayanand Medical College and Hospital .She is a member of International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) http://www.ishrs.org a society of doctor surgeons doing hair transplant around the world. And also a founder member of Association of Hair Restoration Surgeons of India (AHRS) Dr. Aman Dua is the editor of the official journal of this society.Dr. Aman Dua recently attended 17th Annual Conference of ISHRS in Amsterdam.Dr.Aman Dua and his team of surgeons have introduced the automated system for Fue hair transplant. Our team of surgeons and Dr. Aman

Dau have done almost 1000 sittings of hair transplant in india and abroad with consistant good results.

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Dr. Ashok Sharma welcomed the delegates & Dr. Vipan Gupta and Dr. Vandan Goyal thanked the august gathering.

While elaborating on the results she said that the results of latest technique of hair transplant are natural and do not leave any scar mark. Nobody can identify from where the grafts have been taken and where they have been implanted. This is a stitchless, scarless technique.

This is a day care procedure. i.e. no admission or overnight stay is required.

The patients come in the morning, grafts are taken out and implanted. The patients are so comfortable that they watch television during the surgery. The patients are discharge on the same day.

Dr. Aman Dua also mentioned that hair transplant can also be used for treatment of baldness in eyebrows, moustaches and beard.

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Family narrowly escapes fiery death in Christchurch, New Zealand

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Thursday, May 25, 2006

A family visiting Christchurch, New Zealand from Australia was minutes away from being burnt to death.

They were staying in the Meadow Park Holiday Park, Papanui.

The fire started about 3 a.m. NZST and Station officer Paul Rodwell said, “From the description, they were a few minutes away from perishing.”

New Zealand-born Elaine Puku is on life support in Christchurch Hospital’s intensive-care unit after receiving internal and external second-degree burns while trying to rescue her children.

Other family members – Malcolm Puku, 47, and sons Jeremy, 17, Matthew, 13, and Jordan, 10 – were also in the fire, but escaped grievous injury. They are currently recovering from minor cuts and smoke inhalation.

“I opened up the door into the lounge and the room was like a big volcano, so red and bright and yellow, and all this billowing black smoke,” Malcolm Puku said.

There were no smoke alarms in the unit.

“It doesn’t have any fire-protection smoke alarms because it’s an old place,” Rodwell said.

Fire safety officer Graham Davies said that the accommodation is exempt since it was built before fire detectors became compulsory.

The motel is now under investigation by the Fire Service.

New York area blog spawns book deal, NBC sitcom

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Thursday, July 28, 2005

Called the “Carrie Bradshaw” of bloggers by the New York Times, Manhattanite New Yorker Stephanie Klein’s online musings in her personal blog, Greek Tragedy, has gained the attention of Hollywood and the book industry while it draws comparisons to former HBO television series, Sex and the City.

Since January 2004, Klein has written her blog which goes into the intimate details of her life as a 29-year-old professional divorced single woman living on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, one of New York City’s most upscale neighborhoods. Since then her blog has become among the top 1 percent most-read blogs in the world, according to Technorati‘s “net attention” ratings system.

That popularity grabbed the attention of two international media conglomerates, News Corporation and NBC Universal. News Corp.’s HarperCollins book division struck a book deal with Klein valued at more than $500,000. The book is scheduled to debut in April 2006.

Comparisons to Sex and the City may continue, as NBC Universal is developing the blog-based book into a fictionalized weekly sitcom version of Klein’s life for its NBC television network.

2006 U.S. Congressional Elections

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Wednesday, November 8, 2006

Contents

  • 1 Issues
  • 2 Campaigns turn nasty
  • 3 Polling Problems
  • 4 Summaries by state
  • 5 Alabama
  • 6 Alaska
  • 7 Arizona
  • 8 Arkansas
  • 9 California
  • 10 Colorado
  • 11 Connecticut
  • 12 Delaware
  • 13 Florida
  • 14 Georgia
  • 15 Hawaii
  • 16 Idaho
  • 17 Illinois
  • 18 Indiana
  • 19 Iowa
  • 20 Kansas
  • 21 Kentucky
  • 22 Louisiana
  • 23 Maine
  • 24 Maryland
  • 25 Massachusetts
  • 26 Michigan
  • 27 Minnesota
  • 28 Mississippi
  • 29 Missouri
  • 30 Montana
  • 31 Nebraska
  • 32 Nevada
  • 33 New Hampshire
  • 34 New Jersey
  • 35 New Mexico
  • 36 New York
  • 37 North Carolina
  • 38 North Dakota
  • 39 Ohio
  • 40 Oklahoma
  • 41 Oregon
  • 42 Pennsylvania
  • 43 Rhode Island
  • 44 South Carolina
  • 45 South Dakota
  • 46 Tennessee
  • 47 Texas
  • 48 Utah
  • 49 Vermont
  • 50 Virginia
  • 51 Washington
  • 52 West Virginia
  • 53 Wisconsin
  • 54 Wyoming
  • 55 American Samoa
  • 56 District of Columbia
  • 57 Guam
  • 58 Virgin Islands
  • 59 Sources

As of 10:00 p.m EST November 8, 2006, the Democratic Party is projected to have gained control of both the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate in the 2006 United States general elections. MSNBC projects that the Democrats now control 234 seats in the House of Representatives, 16 more seats than the 218 needed to control the House of Representatives as all 435 seats were up for election. In the Senate, where the balance of power is closer, one-third of all seats were up for grab. As of 10:00 p.m. EST, AP and Reuters were projecting that the Democrats had picked up all six seats they needed to retake the Senate, including the seats of incumbents Rick Santorum (Penn.), Lincoln Chafee (R.I.), Jim Talent (Missouri), Mike DeWine (Ohio), John Tester (Montana), and Jim Webb (VA). The Tester victory by less than 3,000 votes was projected at approximately 2 p.m. EST after the State of Montana announced the results of overnight recounts. Democrat Jim Webb has prevailed in that race by slightly more than 7,000 votes, though his opponent has not conceded and a recount may still occur.

Do You Have A Real Plastic Surgeon?}

Filed under: Medicine — 3DpXs5 @ 3:05 am, January 21, 2017.

Submitted by: Devjeet Singh

It has been said that a good plastic surgeon is part doctor and part artist since they have the ability to make sometimes amazing improvements in appearance through the smallest alterations in the patients features. Through doing many surgeries, the skilled plastic surgeon also develops the ability to make changes that look natural.

Sadly, today many surgeons have very little or no experience at all in plastic surgery, but they are still advertising themselves as plastic surgeons. If you are not aware of this, you could end up selecting a surgeon that has performed your procedure only a few times, or never done it at all!

Now you may think this could never happen, but here is the reason that it can and does happen to people who are not careful in selecting their surgeon. The startling fact is that, in many states, a surgeon does not even have to have ANY specialized training in plastic surgery to do the procedures! That means that, really, anyone who has a medical degree can legally advertise themselves as a plastic surgeon!

But why would any self respecting doctor do this? To figure out why you need to look at the situation from the doctors viewpoint. Almost all the procedures a surgeon does are paid for by HMO’s and insurance companies who set the price that the surgeon can charge for the procedures. Plastic surgery is different, since it is optional, and the insurance companies will not usually pay for these types of procedures. This means that the doctor is free to charge whatever they want for these procedures.So the question is who is the judge of when attempts to improve appearance become vain? Can we really decide that for someone else? After all, there may be something about a person’s appearance that seems like nothing to us, but has bothered them their entire lives, and the worry about it has severely handicapped them socially and professionally.

If advances to cosmetic surgery have made it possible and affordable to correct these problems, who are we to say they should not do it? If there is something about your appearance that has always bothered you, you should feel free to consider having plastic surgery without worrying about judgemental people with outdated attitudes.So it is vitally important that, when you are considering a surgeon, you make absolutely sure that they have certification from recognized boards like the American Board of Plastic Surgery or the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. You should also be aware that there are certifications out there from unrecognized or self-designated official sounding boards that really mean nothing. My research turned up several plastic surgery clinics with surgeons with the proper certifications that were qualified to do my procedure. Some of the surgeons I found turned out to be liposuction specialists, so you should make sure that you check for specialists in your area.It has been said that a good plastic surgeon is part doctor and part artist since they have the ability to make sometimes amazing improvements in appearance through the smallest alterations in the patients features. Through doing many surgeries, the skilled plastic surgeon also develops the ability to make changes that look natural.

Sadly, today many surgeons have very little or no experience at all in plastic surgery, but they are still advertising themselves as plastic surgeons. If you are not aware of this, you could end up selecting a surgeon that has performed your procedure only a few times, or never done it at all!

Now you may think this could never happen, but here is the reason that it can and does happen to people who are not careful in selecting their surgeon. The startling fact is that, in many states, a surgeon does not even have to have ANY specialized training in plastic surgery to do the procedures! That means that, really, anyone who has a medical degree can legally advertise themselves as a plastic surgeon!

But why would any self respecting doctor do this? To figure out why you need to look at the situation from the doctors viewpoint. Almost all the procedures a surgeon does are paid for by HMO’s and insurance companies who set the price that the surgeon can charge for the procedures. Plastic surgery is different, since it is optional, and the insurance companies will not usually pay for these types of procedures. This means that the doctor is free to charge whatever they want for these procedures.So the question is who is the judge of when attempts to improve appearance become vain? Can we really decide that for someone else? After all, there may be something about a person’s appearance that seems like nothing to us, but has bothered them their entire lives, and the worry about it has severely handicapped them socially and professionally.

If advances to cosmetic surgery have made it possible and affordable to correct these problems, who are we to say they should not do it? If there is something about your appearance that has always bothered you, you should feel free to consider having plastic surgery without worrying about judgemental people with outdated attitudes.So it is vitally important that, when you are considering a surgeon, you make absolutely sure that they have certification from recognized boards like the American Board of Plastic Surgery or the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. You should also be aware that there are certifications out there from unrecognized or self-designated official sounding boards that really mean nothing. My research turned up several plastic surgery clinics with surgeons with the proper certifications that were qualified to do my procedure. Some of the surgeons I found turned out to be liposuction specialists, so you should make sure that you check for specialists in your area.

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