—A Patient, 51, Ventura
I divorced my husband of 20 years last year. It was a tough transition but I also thought of it as a new beginning. The kids were in college; I sold our house and went back to work as a teacher.
"Thermage CPT seemed right because the changes would be gradual and non surgical"
A few months ago, I made a list of things that would help me celebrate my new life: lose 10 pounds, pick up a new hobby, go on vacation and find a way to look as young as I felt. I managed the first three fine, but looking younger was harder. I just didn't want the procedure to look obvious and have everyone think I did it because of the divorce.
I kept coming across Thermage CPT on my internet searches. Thermage CPT seemed right because the changes would be gradual and non surgical. I confided in a colleague who raved about her cosmetic surgeon and dermatologist. It turned out to be Dr. Rahimi. Everything she said about him was true. He's caring, highly qualified and understood teachers don't make a lot of money.
In the end, I'd made the right choice. Dr. Rahimi helped me set out on this new stage of life looking 10 years younger.
Dr. Rahimi received his medical degree with distinction from George Washington University School of Medicine, completed his residency in dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in new York and is fellowship trained by the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.
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