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Here’s how Dr. Paul Vanek helped Victoria and Lillian love their breasts again

"Don’t ever feel guilty about taking care of yourself.” These are important words of advice that all of us need to hear. Victoria Sharp, a patient of Dr. Paul Vanek, of Vanek Plastic Surgery in Mentor, says this because she believes it, and because she wants all women to understand that taking care of yourself, both physically and...

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Here’s how Dr. Paul Vanek, of Vanek Plastic Surgery, helps his patients discover the inner and outer confidence they always wanted

Summer is coming—a return to beaches and parties, bikinis and tiny drink umbrellas. But not everyone looks forward to the bikini part. Take Hillary L. of Hermitage, PA. This slim, gorgeous 40-something loved everything about hitting the beach with her husband and friends, from snorkeling to boating and hanging out. But one thing had...

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Linda is looking as good as she feels with the help of Dr. Paul Vanek

We all enjoy the “uplifting” feeling we experience when we’re with those we love during the holidays, or when we have the promise of a new and better year ahead. But, sadly, such awesome feelings usually dissipate into reality. What if we could actually make some changes that would uplift our body and our minds at the same time? And,...

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Give the gift of timeless beauty with Vanek Plastic Surgery

The holidays are a time for reflection and renewal. We reminisce about years past and look forward to the future. What are your plans for the new year? Would you like to find a new job, or maybe a new relationship? Future goals aim to improve our lives. And feeling confident about your appearance as you go after those goals is a great way to...

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Single surgery mastectomy reconstruction

Breast cancer diagnosis comes with many questions, fears and unknowns. Decisions need to be made quickly, and you often have very little information. The first question for many women is, “Where do I begin?” “Because my mother had breast cancer, I had my first mammogram at age 32,” says Mary Kohl. “So began years of...

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