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Founder of LaserSculpt Network Selected as Judge for Super Models Hall of Fame

Posted by Cosmetic Surgery Review on October 2, 2009

Dr. Steven Victor, a cosmetic surgery professional and Founder of the LaserSculpt Network, has recently been appointed as a Blue Ribbon Panel Member for the “Super Models Hall of Fame” event. The event is directed by seven-time Emmy Award winner Gary Smith  to recognize the achievements of models in the past 60 years.

Dr. Steven Victor is a practicing cosmetic dermatologist in New York City and founder of the LaserSculpt Network of Physicians. He has treated many celebrities and models with his innovative liposuction alternative, and will now be working with the entertainment and media professionals directly as part of the judging panel for the event.

In a recent press release about the announcement of judges, Dr. Victor states: “I am honored to be selected to be on the panel with all the other talented people from other industries and I feel it is time we have a venue to honor the models of the past and present for all their work and their influence on fashion, beauty and society.”

Dr. Steven Victor has been practicing for over 25 years and was trained at New York Medical College. The LaserSculpt technique is an innovative alternative to liposuction that involves laser lipolyis to break down fatty tissues with ease. The FDA-cleared devices used to perform this type of liposuction are only available through doctors who are part of the LaserSculpt network, and the procedure promises effective results with minimally invasive techniques.

According to LaserSculptNetwork.com, the laser device used in the LaserSculpt procedure uses less energy to liquefy the fat cells, which makes it easier for the surgeon to remove the cells from the body. The heat from the laser device also helps to tighten the skin, so the patient benefits from a combination fat removal and skin tightening procedure.

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