Boost Your Beauty - The Tell All Book

Michigan Doctor Writes Patient Guide to Cosmetic Options

Oct 21, 2010, 14:00 ET from Allure Medical Spa

SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich., Oct. 21 /PRNewswire -- How does someone know if they are a candidate for a procedure that enhances their looks?  Brett Kotlus, M.D., M.S., just released a comprehensive guide for patients seeking beauty fixes ranging from the minimally invasive to traditional cosmetic surgery.

"Boost Your Beauty" is a reference for prospective patients of all ages that covers the gamut of modern techniques available to them for improvement of their appearance. The book contains topics including fat reduction options, cellulite solutions, wrinkle erasers, droopy eyelid corrections, sagging neck lifts, lip plumpers, and breast enhancements. Dr. Kotlus compiled chapters based on the eight most common cosmetic complaints he hears from patients in his busy aesthetic practice.  He also provides checklists that patients can follow when undergoing a cosmetic consultation.

Cosmetic surgery has grown in popularity over recent years and this book fills a need for honest information written from an expert's perspective for consumers.  The book has already received positive pre-release reviews from leaders in the field of cosmetic surgery.  Dr. Angelo Cuzalina, President Elect of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery says that Dr. Kotlus' "personality, training, and natural gifts have given him the ability to produce a wonderful basic guide for the average patient seeking cosmetic surgery. I applaud his efforts to create something for our cosmetic surgery patients that is educational and easy to understand."

Non-invasive and surgical cosmetic treatments are changing rapidly, with new technologies emerging on a daily basis.  Dr. Kotlus' guide helps patients to sort through the noise of gimmicky advertising and distills his years of experience into a concise resource that simply explains what works.  "I wrote this cosmetic surgery manual so patients can set realistic expectations for themselves.  Patients who have done their homework before a cosmetic consultation will generally be happier and achieve more perceived success."

The book is available at Allure Medical Spa and on Amazon: http://goo.gl/1R3j

About the Author

Dr. Brett Kotlus is an accomplished and board-certified cosmetic and oculofacial plastic surgeon who practices at Allure Medical Spa, located at 8180 26 Mile Road, Suite 300, Shelby Township, MI. He lectures internationally and was the first recipient of the Cosmetic Surgery Foundation's individual research grant. His most recent research covers laser skin resurfacing, laser fat reduction, and the evaluation of homeopathic remedies. Allure Medical Spa is a physician-based practice offering innovative non-surgical and surgical cosmetic services in the Detroit-Metro area.  For additional information on cosmetic procedures performed at Allure Medical Spa, visit http://www.alluremedicalspa.com.

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