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Cosmetic procedures for men

Today’s society places great value on fitness and good looks.  This has resulted in a very large increase in cosmetic (plastic) surgery. In fact, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, between the years of 2000-2005 there has been a 44% increase in minimally invasive cosmetic surgeries for men.  Though the jump in cosmetic surgeries is not gender specific, men are more interested in procedures which don’t cause a lot of bruising and have a quick recovery rate.  For this reason, Botox injections, microdermabrasion and laser hair removal are among the most popular procedures for men. Today’s popularity of cosmetic procedures for men points to increased numbers of men researching penis enlargement techniques that are currently available.   The good news is that there is a minimally invasive procedure available called the PLATINUM Procedure.  PLATINUM is an acronym which stands for “Penile enlargement using a Long Acting-filler Technique Involving New and Unique Materials”.This procedure was developed by Dr. Victor Loria.Dr. Loria started his Cosmetic Surgical practice in New York in 1993 and has extensive experience with in Penis Enlargement Procedures, Cosmetic Dermatologic Facial & Body Long-Acting filler materials, FUE Hair Transplant Surgery, and other Cosmetic Surgery procedures.Dr. Loria has offices in Boca Raton/Miami, FL and Garden City, NY. If you have been considering getting your penis enlarged you will definitely want to know more about The PLATINUM Procedure. Visit this website for more information or to schedule a consultation: https://www.loriamedical.com.

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