Thursday, December 18, 2014

How To Avoid Plastic Surgery Nightmares In NYC - Denise Thomas, New York City Cosmetic Surgery Consultant, Offers Advice

Thomas, the world's first Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Consultant, has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, The Discovery Channel, Entertainment Tonight, Fox News and in Allure, Vogue Magazine, New York Magazine, Glamour and others

The public hears lots of horror stories about cosmetic surgery today for a number of reasons - most recently botched celebrity surgeries and the newest trend - cosmetic surgery to improve the 'selfie' or FaceTime appearance. Celebrities such as Meg Ryan, Renee Zellweger and Mickey Rourke make headlines, as do a few 'everyday' people who have cosmetic surgery after realizing that the impression they are making on social media may be less than stellar.

Denise Thomas is the world's first Cosmetic Surgery Consultant. She recently announced her current lineup of cosmetic surgery consulting services. Based in New York City, Thomas has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Discovery Channel, CNN, Fox News and Entertainment Tonight. She has been featured in Vogue Magazine, Allure, American Express Departures, Glamour and New York Magazine.

Denise helps take the worry and stress out of approaching cosmetic surgery alone and helps make it a pleasant experience. She brings 30 years of experience to the table for her clients and works with people worldwide. She can help anybody who might be considering Face Lifts, Nose Rhinoplasty, Breast Lifts, Breast Reduction, Eye Lifts, Thigh Lifts, Lipo, Ear deformities, Tummy Tucks, Botox, Juvederm, Restylane and nearly any other type of plastic or cosmetic surgery.

Plastic surgery is not just for celebrities. Social media has had a tremendous impact in regards to the cosmetic surgery industry. Many surgeons are seeing an increase in procedures due to FaceTime, Skype and the selfies.

"Do you love seeing  yourself on FaceTime, Skype or in a Selfie?" Thomas asked. "Not many do.  Clients used to mention not looking in the mirror. Now the first thing they say when calling me for a consult is, 'I looked terrible in a Selfie, and never do FaceTime, I need a face lift.' The numbers increase each week, pushing them to see a Plastic Surgeon, for those jowls and neck, and, of course, under the eyes. In the beginning I thought it a joke but no longer. I tried FaceTime and  . . . yikes....I had better call myself for a consult."

"My goals," Thomas stated, "are to inform clients which doctors, only board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, have the best results (not just the best public relations firms behind them) and to help them choose the doctor most suited for their particular needs. I guide clients from beginning to end, answering all their questions. I want to take the worry out of doing this alone and make it a pleasant experience. I work for them and have kept my reputation for over 30 years. Referrals are available as well"

Neal Shultz, MD, Cosmetic Dermatologist based in New York City and seen on HSN, recently stated, “Denise understands plastic surgery and cosmetic dermatology from the inside out. Her experience with thousands of patients and countless physicians and her professional insights ensure great referrals to the best physicians. She’s a caring patient advocate and her clients immediately sense her deep fund of knowledge and compassion, resulting in feelings of confidence and security.”

Denise give consultations by phone or Skype, in person and via email. She can be reached using the information below or by email at More information is available at her website at

About Denise Thomas:

Denise Thomas is the world's first Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Consultant. She has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Discovery Channel, CNN, Fox News and Entertainment Tonight. She has been featured in Vogue Magazine, Allure, Glamour, American Express Departures, New York Magazine and many others.


Denise Thomas