Before the story airs: What's new in cosmetic surgery?

Posted November 17, 2015

Allen Mask

A lot of us are looking for the magic bullet – some new invention that will help us to turn back the lines of time. Perhaps it's an age-reversing pill or cosmetic procedure? Maybe a wrinkle-erasing injection or blemish-removing laser?  

One thing is for sure – we want it to be safe, a good bargain and delivered by the hands of a certified professional. 

What's new on the horizon for those irritating frown lines, sagging eyelids, and double chins? What are the minimally invasive procedures creating so many happy faces? For the more adventurous, what surgeries are your friends and colleagues choosing to look forever young?

Join me Wednesday at 6 p.m. for a WRAL Health Team special report. We'll tell you what's cutting-edge, effective and who you should trust to do these procedures.


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  • Erika Phipps Nov 18, 2015
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    Normally I'd agree, but I'm selfishly grateful this ran, because I'd have never heard about this if not for Dr. Mask's story. I've long been opposed to elective cosmetic surgery, HOWEVER - should I ever win the lottery - I'm getting Kybella! :-))

  • Jonathan Barker Nov 18, 2015
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    I found this story little more than an extended advertisement for cosmetic surgery. I think those in this elective medical specialization can well afford to pay for their own marketing. I didn't view this story as news, but more an extended infomercial. I know you can do better.