“For plastics, it is still a rarity,” notes Dr. Melissa Doft of being a female plastic surgeon. Coupling her kind bedside manner with a celebrated career as a leading surgeon, Doft leans toward a more understated look. “Implants are heavy. I am a woman who knows what it feels like to run after your children in the park,” says the mother of two.
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