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Calif. plastic surgeon gets probation for improper prescribing

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Feb 21, 2017

The Medical Board of California put a Newport Beach plastic surgeon on three years' probation for allegedly prescribing pain drugs, sleep aids and anti-anxiety drugs to patients for years after they had plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures. The surgeon agreed to undergo additional training in ethics, record keeping and prescribing. Daily Pilot (Costa Mesa, Calif.) (02/17)


36-year-old dies after 5-hour plastic surgery in Colombia

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Feb 17, 2017

Scalpel-free face-lift offered in Ariz.

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Feb 17, 2017

Study: Fat grafts take more than 2 years to stabilize

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Feb 21, 2017

Patented Botox delivery technique avoids frozen effect

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Feb 17, 2017

Study: Head, neck melanoma may need larger-than-standard margins

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Feb 21, 2017

Cynosure to be acquired by Hologic

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Feb 17, 2017

Complications from facial fillers rare but can threaten eyesight

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Feb 17, 2017

Hackers see small medical practices as easy targets

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Feb 17, 2017

Surgeons' attitude linked with complication rate, study finds

Plastic Surgery SmartBrief | Feb 21, 2017


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