Volume 11 - Issue 10 - October 2003

T he ancient Greek philosopher Prometheus once said, “Nothing good and beautiful can be achieved without sacrifice.” A wise and noble observation, right? Well, almost. If Prometheus were alive today he might change his tune — especially if he was in the market for an affordable nip’n tuck or some photorejuvenation. Yes, when it comes to cosmetic surgery these days, people don’t like to sacrifice. That’s especially true of the 1 million-plus American Baby Boomers who say they want some type of cosmetic surgery done in the short-term future. And, as you’re probably aware, they wan