Best Plastic surgeon in West Virginia?

Best Plastic surgeon in West Virginia?

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Happygirlmomof2

Chesapeake, OH

#1 Jul 18, 2013
Hi my name is Maria and I am looking for the best board certified plastic surgeon in West Virginia. I am looking to have a full tummy tuck and a breast enhancement. I'm hoping to do so in. The next month or so. Has anyone used a Dr. Jeffery Thaxton MD or Dr. Stewart MD? Thank you in advance!!
Hagatha May

Orlando, FL

#2 Jul 18, 2013
Possum, If you need that much work done I'll just bet you are one sore sight. You sound young and immature, what a bad hand to be dealt at such an early age. Diet and exercize will eliminate your "tummy",but you must be motivated, not lying around like some heifer from WV with a coke and potato chips all day long. Small breasts are not what defines you as a woman. Be happy with what you have and others will also. Now if you are like an ironing board with two raisins taped to it, thats another story. However I suspect you are attempting to make yourself into something you are not so you can attract others who are truly out of your league. You're young and dumb, settle for a snaggletooth hillbilly from WV, they may not be much to look at but they are grateful for anyone who would look their way more than once. In other words sister, when one looks like you, it's any old port in the storm. Glad I could help. TaTa for now Lady of Quality
Ponce d Leon

Charlottesville, VA

#3 Jul 18, 2013
Come to see me for your breast implant pre-examination. I'm blind so it will be in braille.
lilo

Charleston, WV

#4 Jul 18, 2013
not stewart n thaxton - Dan wood and Ted Jackson....best hands down.
kljash

Oakvale, WV

#5 Jul 18, 2013
Happygirlmomof2 wrote:
Hi my name is Maria and I am looking for the best board certified plastic surgeon in West Virginia. I am looking to have a full tummy tuck and a breast enhancement. I'm hoping to do so in. The next month or so. Has anyone used a Dr. Jeffery Thaxton MD or Dr. Stewart MD? Thank you in advance!!
most boob jobs look horrible. they are often misshapen with poor nipple placement. bad scars and such. as for the tummy tuck have you ever thought about working out? it's a lot cheaper. it does require work though. hence the name
kljash

Oakvale, WV

#6 Jul 18, 2013
another thing i forgot to mention about boob jobs that i hate if when the titties are spread far apart. so ugly
kljash

Oakvale, WV

#7 Jul 18, 2013
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Tyler

Charlottesville, VA

#8 Jul 19, 2013
kljash wrote:
another thing i forgot to mention about boob jobs that i hate if when the titties are spread far apart. so ugly
If there is enough room put one in the center.
Ponce d Leon

Charlottesville, VA

#9 Jul 19, 2013
Not one offer for a free pre-examination???? I'm waiting. Braille is my specialty.
Momof2

Faber, VA

#10 Jul 30, 2013
Hagatha May wrote:
Possum, If you need that much work done I'll just bet you are one sore sight. You sound young and immature, what a bad hand to be dealt at such an early age. Diet and exercize will eliminate your "tummy",but you must be motivated, not lying around like some heifer from WV with a coke and potato chips all day long. Small breasts are not what defines you as a woman. Be happy with what you have and others will also. Now if you are like an ironing board with two raisins taped to it, thats another story. However I suspect you are attempting to make yourself into something you are not so you can attract others who are truly out of your league. You're young and dumb, settle for a snaggletooth hillbilly from WV, they may not be much to look at but they are grateful for anyone who would look their way more than once. In other words sister, when one looks like you, it's any old port in the storm. Glad I could help. TaTa for now Lady of Quality
No I work out every day, I have diabetics and I have never ate chips or dogs of any kind. I weigh 113 pounds and i am 5' 7 i am not fat! When you have children there is no way to work out and get rid of tummy skin and stretch marks. God bless
HappygirlMomof2

Faber, VA

#11 Jul 30, 2013
Momof2 wrote:
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No I work out every day, I have diabetics and I have never ate chips or dogs of any kind. I weigh 113 pounds and i am 5' 7 i am not fat! When you have children there is no way to work out and get rid of tummy skin and stretch marks. God bless
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Happygirlmomof2

Faber, VA

#12 Jul 30, 2013
lilo wrote:
not stewart n thaxton - Dan wood and Ted Jackson....best hands down.
Thank you ;0)
Educated

Philadelphia, PA

#13 Aug 27, 2015
which dr have u tried? I met dr wood and felt "right" as soon as I met the man. I have been to dr Stewart four times in nine years. Can't seem to get it right
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quavarko

Charleston, WV

#15 Oct 6, 2016
Happygirlmomof2 wrote:
Hi my name is Maria and I am looking for the best board certified plastic surgeon in West Virginia. I am looking to have a full tummy tuck and a breast enhancement. I'm hoping to do so in. The next month or so. Has anyone used a Dr. Jeffery Thaxton MD or Dr. Stewart MD? Thank you in advance!!
There is a younger plastic surgeon in Charleston, Nicholas Jones. He did my friend's tummy tuck and augmentation. Great results.
meg84

Charleston, WV

#16 Oct 20, 2016
went to Dr Bandak for a breast aug, and he was so kind and the results were amazing. i also noticed his website has the best gallery of before/after photos of any other surgeon in the area.
Tom Clark

Charleston, WV

#17 Oct 23, 2016
Happygirlmomof2 wrote:
Hi my name is Maria and I am looking for the best board certified plastic surgeon in West Virginia. I am looking to have a full tummy tuck and a breast enhancement. I'm hoping to do so in. The next month or so. Has anyone used a Dr. Jeffery Thaxton MD or Dr. Stewart MD? Thank you in advance!!
Tom Clark
santa

Mount Hope, WV

#18 Oct 24, 2016
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The world of the Forms is eternal and unchanging. Time and change belong only to the lower sensory world. "Time is a moving image of Eternity".
Abstract objects and mathematics: Numbers, geometrical figures, etc., exist mind-independently in the World of Forms.
Platonism developed into Neoplatonism, a philosophy with a monotheistic and mystical flavour that survived well into the early Christian era.

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