Could your physique use a little help? A nip… a tuck… they may be more affordable and safer than you thought. That is what thousands discovered this week during the launch of a brand-new cosmetic surgery show, Plastic Surgery Today. Last Sunday, February 8th, on Live 105.3, Dr. Robert Schwartz along with Kelly (from the Pugs & Kelly show), lit up the phone lines as they talked about the benefits and common misconceptions surrounding popular cosmetic surgery options.
Every Sunday, board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Schwartz and Kelly reveal the stories beneath the surface: the truth behind who has had plastic surgery, what they have done, and why. Plus, they will look at what’s really involved in today’s plastic surgery procedures, the latest procedures available and how much is too much.
Moved by the magic of cosmetic surgery? Think it’s miraculous how a trip to the hospital can change a person’s life? Then you won’t want to miss a minute of Plastic Surgery Today. Dr. Schwartz says, “People are responding to this show because it’s not only educating them about plastic surgery, it’s also answering the questions they are afraid to ask. Not everyone feels comfortable asking about procedures like breast augmentation, but they are curious. That’s where we can help.” Plastic Surgery Today will also spotlight some of the latest, greatest and sometimes suspicious products on the market.
About the Hosts
Dr. Robert Schwartz is a board certified, highly credentialed plastic surgeon. He has a record of academic achievements that spans both coasts. He graduated summa cum laude from Yale University and was awarded a Regents Scholarship for academic excellence at U.L.C.A. School of Medicine. Dr. Schwartz went on to complete his residency in general surgery at Harbor-U.C.L.A. Medical Center and his plastic surgery fellowship at Southwestern. While his primary practice is currently based out of our area, Dr. Schwartz is known throughout the Southwest for his signature personalized care and individual attention.
Kelly, known as one of the host’s of KLLI’s midday show “The Pugs & Kelly Show” knows all about plastic surgery. As a recent plastic surgery patient she knows about the anxiety, excitement and never-ending questions that come along with the procedures.