Oct 06

Today, we continue the short saga of the U.S. and its media vs. cosmetic surgery in the Dominican Republic in 2004.

Chapter 2 Page 3 | A warning lives on, mostly unheeded

When I was writing Beauty from Afar, I remember being somewhat concerned about the fact that I was saying that the U.S. State Department was still warning in 2006 against having cosmetic surgery in the Dominican Republic based on a 2004 CDC report … surely, I thought, that warning will be taken down at some point in time.I was careful to note the time element.

I needn’t have been concerned on that count, anyway. The warning is still up in 2009.

In this passage, I quote Dr. Roberto Guerrero. I remember the conversation well and regret that I never have gotten to meet him in person. His web site isn’t in the book. I see he can now be found at PlastiCenter: New Concepts in Plastic Surgery.

2 Responses to “Cosmetic Surgery in the Dominican Republic”

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  2. Derje says:

    Yes I would consider ciotemsc surgery for myself. I am considering liposuction and a breast augmentation. Why because having 3 children and planning on more really depletes your body and distorts its proportions badly to the point where there is no repair as in exercise and diet the skin just does not go away. And breast augmentation because simply my boobs are small and lopsided and I would like them to be normal looking and feel better about myself. You just better be prepared for the pain/recovery afterwards because any type of surgery has cons not just pros.

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