Monday, January 9, 2012


Daniel’s theme in this painting is around Asclepius, the God of Medicine and Healing in the ancient Greek religion. The setting is in the garden of healing with Sappho, a lyrist and poetess and heralded in Greek literature as one of the nine muses. Also pictured are statues of Aesclepius’ daughters Hygieia (“Hygiene”) and Panacea (“Universal Remedy”). The rod of Asclepius, a snake–entwined staff remains a symbol of medicine today.

In the tradition of “Universal Healing” in dealing with the ravages of 2011, the Obi Plastic Surgery Clinic would like to propose their solutions for the New Year. In addition to the Renaissance Specials we are additionally offering special fees for our most popular surgical procedures:

Breast Augmentation: Saline Implants $4400

Gel Implants $5400

Opera Lift Major $5900

Opera Lift Minor $4900

SlimLipo Abdomen, waist, and flanks $4400 (usual fee $5900)

SlimLipo Axilla (armpits) for Hyperhidrosis $2200 (usual fee $2900)

SlimLipo any area also at reduced fees

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