Are you considering plastic surgery, fillers, botox or just “having a little work done” on your face? If so, spend $15 and read The Park Avenue Face by Dr. Andrew Jacono first.
A few weeks ago I was at a neighborhood get-together with 10 women ranging in age from 30 – 56. We went around the room and each woman shared their experiences with cosmetic procedures and treatments. We talked about botox, laser treatments, fillers, cool sculpting, liposuction, eye lifts, and tummy tucks. Every one of us had something they wanted to change. And most of us had already tried various “procedures” with varying results.
One of my friends used to work for a plastic surgeon doing sales. She recommended that we read “The Park Avenue Face” by dual board-certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Andrew Jacono. So I immediately ordered the book and tore through it.
If you are considering any kind of facial enhancement, from minor and non-invasive treatments such as simple injections or a laser treatment to more involved surgical procedures such as a full-on facelift, I highly encourage you to read this book. You’ll learn how to avoid the quacks, the fads, the financial waste, and many of the dangers.
Featuring fascinating patient anecdotes, dozens of before-and-after photographs and line drawings by veteran medical illustrator William Winn, this comprehensive guide will help prepare you to step into a doctor’s office and discuss YOUR options. You’ll learn how each treatment works (or doesn’t), how long recovery takes, and how much change you can reasonably expect.