Edina Plastic Surgery was featured on The Doctors, a national television show that works to take the mystery out of health care services and procedures – and provides information on diseases and conditions, in addition to tips for wellness and living a healthier life. In this introductory segment, a mother of five is preparing for a mommy makeover to improve her shape and appearance.
In the news
Our reputation for comprehensive plastic surgery services and exceptional care for thousands of satisfied and appreciative patients has resulted in local and national media attention. We are frequently asked to conduct interviews in news reports and medical segments on TV, in newspapers and in magazines – or to provide information as subject matter experts.
The Doctors TV Show
Dr. Leigh was gratified to hear how much the patient appreciated her new look and new size during the show’s segment highlighting the plastic surgery outcome – and a happy surprise for her.
Dr. Nathan Leigh describes the components of this mommy makeover surgery, which will result in improvements to the abdomen, breasts and buttocks. During filming in the actual surgery, he demonstrates the special techniques and safety precautions that will provide the patient with the best possible outcome.
Using simple terms that could be easily understood, Dr. Leigh provided The Doctors show viewers with information on mommy makeovers and the specific procedures that were a part of this patient’s surgery: breast lift, tummy tuck and butt augmentation.
More In The News
KMSP Fox 9’s Morning Buzz Show also featured our clinic’s photo-realistic imaging equipment, which allows patients to explore possible outcomes, learn about surgery options and techniques, and set expectations.
In interviews on Twin Cities Live, Edina Plastic Surgery physicians describe the important benefits of the clinic’s new technology that can show patients what to expect from their surgery results – with precise details and in three dimensions.
Dr. Robert Wilke’s medical mission work benefiting patients with congenital conditions in Peru was highlighted in Edina Magazine. The article describes how Dr. Wilke gives free surgical treatment to people who otherwise couldn’t afford procedures.