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Dr. Julian Henley MD Presents ‘BioMatrix Lift’
For over 20 years, Dr. Henley has stood at the forefront of his field’s exciting evolution, developing new techniques to improve results and expand possibilities. The culmination of two years of research, the BioMatrix Lift represents the latest in surgical facial rejuvenation procedures designed to provide a healthier and more youthful appearance.
An extreme makeover for a worthy survivor. Free plastic surgery and a new start for a domestic violence victim.
By Sara James
Correspondent NBC News
Chances are you’ve seen the “extreme makeover” shows, and heard the stories. You might have even hoped it would happen to you—that free beauty makeover that transforms the drab into fab overnight. But what happens when the spotlights and cameras go away? Ever wonder how a sudden makeover really changes a person’s life?
Los Angeles Times
Makeovers remove abuse scars. Free cosmetic surgery programs help survivors of domestic violence heal physically while they work to repair emotional damage.
by Laura Walsh
In increasing numbers, survivors of domestic abuse are taking a hard look at themselves and seizing on cosmetic surgery programs throughout the country that offer them another chance to heal physically while they work on repairing the emotional damage.
NEW YORK Times
Computer Preview of Cosmetic Surgery
THROUGH the help of a computer, Dr. Julian Henley , a New Haven plastic surgeon, says he can show his patients what they will look like after cosmetic surgery – before they go in the operating room. Cos-Medic, a computer software system he developed with United Digital of Plainsboro, N.J., enables him to show the facial changes a patient desires on a high-tech, color picture of the patient that is projected on a computer screen.
Cosmetic Surgery on the Rise
“Our annual statistics serve as a snapshot regarding the plastic surgery industry,” said ASPS President Gregory Evans, MD. “For the third consecutive year, the overall growth in cosmetic surgery continues to be driven by a significant rise in minimally-invasive procedures, while surgical procedures remain relatively stable…”