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Are you avoiding surgery because of fear of a scar, or have a scar you just wished would go away? This week’s Gorgeous Giveaway features a medically-based topical treatment that could be just what you are looking for. We have three bottles of bioCorneum by Enaltus (a $154 value) to give to our lucky winners. A FDA-cleared topical scar treatment with SPF, this gel is formulated to prevent or minimize scarring after surgery (particularly cosmetic surgery) and help to improve the appearance of scars resulting from surgery or other types of trauma. For this beauty giveaway, we have three bottles of the 50g size, which is enough gel to treat a 14″ incision/scar twice daily for 3 months.
Dual-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Adam D. Schaffner, MD, FACS, practices in Manhattan where he specializes in aesthetic plastic surgery of the face, breast, and body. He is board certified and fellowship-trained in facial plastic surgery as well as head and neck surgery. The author of numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, Dr. Schaffner is widely sought after as an expert source on topics such as plastic surgery and facelifts, having appeared on Good Morning America, CBS News, and other programs.
Dr. Schaffner serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor at Weill Cornell Medical College in Manhattan and has served as a faculty member for numerous courses on plastic
Each year during October – National Breast Cancer Awareness month – there are numerous walks and runs for a cure, pink ribbons and all sorts of pink promotions to help raise money and awareness for breast cancer.
And all of these efforts seem to be making a difference. Fewer women are dying from breast cancer, largely because of advances in screening and treatment. In 2011, an estimated 230,480 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and about 39,520 women will die from the disease in 2011, according to the American Cancer Society.
Alongside with strides in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, there has been an increased acceptance of breast reconstruction as an option