Chicago Plastic Surgeon Talks About the Force Behind "Selfie-Provement"
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Jun 12, 2015, 08:45 ET
CHICAGO, June 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Remember eons ago...ok, just 10 years...when celebrity images were the only ones we'd see in the media?
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We'd catch the occasional glimpse of ourselves in the mirror on the way out the door or in shop windows. But smart phone technology married social media, and now everyone can see us everywhere. At our best... and not so best—from the paparazzi being your over-served roommate, to your five-year-old child, and everyone in between. We're talking photos taken at close range, in bad lighting, and, let's just say, in unflattering situations.
It's no surprise that this unprecedented level of self-reflection has caused a spike in plastic surgery. People see themselves more and want to look better.
Lawrence Iteld, MD understands the drive for "selfie-provement." He's a Chicago-based, board-certified plastic surgeon. Dr. Iteld regularly grants wishes. He can even manipulate time, making people look younger, feel great and be more confident. His passion for his work and his care of his patients runs more than skin deep. He transforms lives!—boosting self-esteem and helping people feel comfier, happier in their skin.
What Dr. Iteld is not is a scalpel-happy, one-nose-fits-all kind of guy. He has mastered not only the science of plastic surgery, but the art. Want to look like a Barbie doll, a cat, or Wolverine? Dr. Iteld isn't the surgeon for you: he prides himself on helping patients become the best version of themselves. You 2.0.
Dr. Iteld is a plastic surgeon who also understands that the ears on the side of his head have a purpose beyond cranial symmetry. He uses them to listen to his patients. Really listen. And, he most often recommends the least invasive procedures to get his patients where they want to be. For him, it's all about long-lasting and sustainable results. In other words, you "own" that nightclub, job interview, school reunion. Frenemy wielding her camera? Easy, breezy, you just say "cheese."
Sometimes the plastic surgery decision is easy. Sometimes it's difficult. Dr. Iteld doesn't leave it at the office. He's available 24/7 for questions and concerns, and he's genuinely happy to take the call 312-757-4505 or visit www.driteld.com for more information.
Lawrence H. Iteld, MD is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and the Illinois Society of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Iteld is Chief of Plastic Surgery at Illinois Masonic Hospital and Mercy Hospital in Chicago. He is also an attending physician at St. Joseph Hospital (Chicago), Adventist Hinsdale, and Adventist LaGrange Hospitals.
SOURCE Lawrence H. Iteld, MD
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