Palm Beach Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Offers Free Mini Facelift E-Course
Renowned Palm Beach Plastic Surgeon Dr. Fredric M. Barr, M.D., F.A.C.S. Answers Women’s Questions About Mini Facelifts in Free Email Program
At some point in their lives, most women begin to consider either a Facelift or a Mini Facelift to look and feel their best. However, many of them may not be quite ready for a face-to-face consultation with a plastic surgeon. Dr. Fredric Barr, M.D., F.A.C.S., a board-certified plastic surgeon for 34 years, understands. That is why he designed his free tutorial to offer every woman the information she needs to make the right decision for her.
In the Mini Facelift eCourse, Dr. Barr covers topics such as:
- How and Why Our Faces Age
- The Difference Between a Facelift and a Mini Facelift
- What to Expect Before, During, & After The Procedure
- Available Financing Options
Women who register for the eCourse will receive an email every few days with relevant information about Dr. Barr’s Mini Facelift procedure. By the time a woman finishes the eCourse, she will be equipped with the knowledge she needs to decide if a Mini Facelift is the best choice for her. And if she has more specific and personal questions for Dr. Barr, she can schedule a free consultation with him. Yes, the free consultation is included in the free Mini Facelift eCourse.
“Absolutely with no reserve, it was the best experience I have had at a doctor’s office,” raves patient Marie A. “Dr. Barr is an awesome surgeon and did my Mini Facelift with love and humor. I can’t even describe what a fantastic job he did, with no pain. The results are what I have been dreaming of.”
Another patient, Diane S. enthuses, “I did my Mini Facelift with Dr. Barr 10 years ago and could not be happier. What an amazing experience – painless with awesome results!”
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