Las Vegas Plastic Surgery By Dr. Jeffrey Roth Mother Believes She Is Giving Her Daughter a Head Start On Being a Superstar A recent article in London’s The Sun newspaper reports about a British mother buying Botox and facial fillers on the Internet, and then injecting her 8 year old daughter with them. The mother,…Read More
Las Vegas Plastic Surgery: Jeffrey J. Roth M.D. F.A.C.S.
6140 S. Fort Apache Road, #100
Las Vegas, NV 89148
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Las Vegas Plastic Surgery By Dr. Jeffrey Roth Once in a while a guy walks into the room who inspires everyone around them, and also puts the world into perspective. I met a man like this at the Cotto vs. Mayorga fight in Las Vegas. His name is Nick Charles. If you are a sports…Read More
Las Vegas Plastic Surgery By Dr. Jeffrey Roth A recent article published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal reported on a survey of plastic surgeon preferences in liposuction equipment and technique. The results are interesting, especially on the topic of complications related to liposuction. All of the plastic surgeon participants in the survey are members of…Read More
Las Vegas Plastic Surgery By Dr. Jeffrey Roth As many of you may know, I have had the honor and privilege to tend to the wounds of fighters as a post-fight physician and plastic surgeon in Las Vegas. I do this for Bob Arum’s Top Rank boxing. It has been a dream to have the…Read More
Las Vegas Plastic Surgery By Dr. Jeffrey Roth Topamax was developed for use as an anti seizure medication. Topamax has also been used to prevent migraines. The drug has been found to decrease appetite in some people, and this unintended side effect has made it popular as a weight loss drug. However, this drug and…Read More
Las Vegas Plastic Surgery By Dr. Jeffrey Roth British Spent Over $3 Billion Dollars on Cosmetic Surgery in 2010 A recent article details a survey that found Britons spent 2.3 billion pounds, equivalent to $3 billion U.S., on cosmetic surgery in 2010. The poll surveyed approximately 2,630 people. 25% of those polled would consider having…Read More