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The Safe and Sane Guide to Teenage Plastic Surgery Paperback – November 2, 2010
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"This book fills a definite need in public library and consumer health collections."
Top Customer Reviews
Dr. Lukash's chapters are filled with so much information ,pictures & real life accounts. That give any reader a clear & concise framework of what one may expect if they choose to go through with having a procedure.
Dr. Lukash's voice of reason, expertise in the field & his dedication to doing "plastic surgery for the right reasons & right patients" are clearly showcased in this book.
After looking at the live accounts & photos of patients that Dr. Lukash has transformed: The procedures were amazing and done for the right reasons. They were all procedures that were necessary to the patient self esteem.
He real is a true professional & and artist in his own way. This is a very serious profession & Dr. Lukash is a credit to his field
Most Recent Customer Reviews
An insightful resource for anyone. Dr. Lukash has honed a guide for the skilled surgeon, the concerned parent, or the potential patient. Read morePublished on August 12, 2013 by TMillerPA
Dr. Lukash's book is a great honest read. He understands the importance of self confidence and he helps teens and parents understand how plastic surgery can be a confidence... Read morePublished on August 3, 2011 by Lani
The Safe and Sane Guide to Teenage Plastic Surgery is a great book for absolutely any young adult considering plastic surgery; it is a must read for their parents. Read morePublished on March 29, 2011 by closhauld
I commend Dr. Lukash on his honesty and insightfulness! His artistic craft and expertise with young adults adds critical information for those considering plastic surgery. Read morePublished on March 5, 2011 by Lauren Prato