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Nip/Tuck Goes Under the Knife

When the popular television show "Nip/Tuck" began airing on FX, it created concerns from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons for what they dubbed, "inappropriate representation" of their trade.

Dr. Grant Stevens, director of Marina Plastic Surgery Associates, and a well-known and respected surgeon himself, launched his own website, "Nip/Tuck Goes Under the Knife", where he and his staff critique the storylines of each Nip/Tuck episode, dispelling the myths portrayed, and explaining what would have happened in the real world, along with discussing the procedures featured on the program and addressing ethical questions raised.

The idea to create this website came after people started coming into his office asking about the procedures they saw on Nip/Tuck. He found himself having answer questions about each episode, and explaining what his patients saw, just to make sure they knew what they were getting into.

The website features a critique of each episode. Visitors wanting answers about something specific they saw on an episode can submit questions to Dr. Stevens.


Ryan Miller said...

Steve, thanks for featuring our newest project on your site. I was glad, when I pitched the idea to my client, that he and his staff so eagerly embraced he so eagerly embraced it. I'm eager to hear what your readers think of the design, presentation and content.

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