plastic surgeon

noun

Definition of plastic surgeon 

: a specialist in plastic surgery

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In February, Truaxe took to Instagram to broadcast that the company would no longer be producing Esho, a brand of lip products made in collaboration with a UK plastic surgeon, Dr. Tijion Esho. Cheryl Wischhover, Vox, "Deciem’s Brandon Truaxe: the world’s most controversial beauty CEO, explained," 9 Oct. 2018 Marius Barstad, a Norwegian plastic surgeon, and his wife, Bente Eger, a sales agent for a fashion company, gave a humdrum 1970s prefab, perched on the edge of Oslo’s inner fjord, a radical makeover. J.s. Marcus, WSJ, "Living Large in a Scandinavian Suburb," 3 Oct. 2018 According to the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons 2017 poll, 55 percent of facial plastic surgeons reported seeing patients who wanted surgeries to help them look better in selfies, up from 13 percent in 2016. Julia Belluz, Vox, "“Snapchat dysmorphia”: why people are getting plastic surgery to look like their edited photos," 10 Aug. 2018 The plastic surgeon said, correctly, the scars would fade and the tightness would diminish. Ruth O. Selig, Washington Post, "Years ago when my twin got breast cancer I took drastic action and am grateful I did," 28 May 2018 After months of waiting patiently in Brownback’s shadow, the Overland Park plastic surgeon is the man in charge of Kansas and can enjoy all the attention and recognition the state’s executive office has to offer. Hunter Woodall And Bryan Lowry, kansascity, "Can Colyer shake Brownback’s shadow? ‘Nobody confuses Trump and Pence,’ he says," 12 Feb. 2018 There is really only one procedure which lines up with a 24-day recovery time and an apparent need to hide from the public, says Dr. Robert Tornambe, a board certified plastic surgeon on New York’s Upper East Side. Katie Heaney, The Cut, "Hypothetically Speaking, Would 24 Days Be a Normal Plastic Surgery Recovery Time?," 5 June 2018 Today, Goodrich will be joined by plastic surgeon Dr. Oren Tepper, who will reconstruct the boys' skulls and stitch their heads closed. Sarah Schreiber, Good Housekeeping, "[UPDATED]: The McDonald Twins Are Miraculously Stable After a Trying Weekend," 17 Oct. 2016 Email your q's or comments to plastic surgeon Drew Ordon, M.D., cohost of The Doctors, at askthedoctors@redbookmag.com. Hallie Levine, Redbook, "Would You Get A "Mommy Tuck" ?," 14 Mar. 2011

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1863, in the meaning defined above

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plastic surgeon

noun

English Language Learners Definition of plastic surgeon

: a doctor who performs plastic surgery

plastic surgeon

noun

Medical Definition of plastic surgeon 

: a specialist in plastic surgery

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