Volume 14 - Issue 3 - March 2006

In the course of everyday practice in the world of cosmetic dermatology, we encounter many requests — some standard and some very unusual. Some patient requests have been too bizarre to comply with while others may not fit my esthetic choices or lifestyle but seemed to be consistent with a given individual’s goals and did not seem to have significant potential to cause harm. While I would not be a party to a “cat woman” creation, I do try to listen to my patients and help them attain their goals when they are reasonable. Knowing what’s reasonable and what&rsquo