New Plastic Surgeon for My Killer Body's New Series

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New Plastic Surgeon for My Killer Body's New Series

Board-certified Miami Plastic Surgeon Adam J. Rubinstein will be one of the plastic surgeons in the My Killer Body series, which will air its new episode on February 3.

My Killer Body with K. Michelle - Aired on February 3, 21:00

my killer bodyReports are suggesting that in the United States alone, over $9 billion was spent on plastic surgery in 2020. The highly anticipated series My Killer Body takes a deep dive into the dark side of achieving physical perfection.

K. Michelle, who is at the top of the R&B charts, is one of the first celebrities to come to the fore with health problems due to silicones. At My Killer Body with K. Michelle, she will help desperate men and women correct their plastic surgery procedures and get their lives back.

With the increasing number of cosmetic surgeries and the alarming number of these procedures resulting in post-operative pain and trauma, each episode will follow the continuing personal story of K. Michelle and two patients who desperately need help.

Dr. Rubinstein Will Fix Failed Plastic Surgery Problems

Dr. RubinsteinThe show's goal is to help people reverse plastic surgery that has caused significant medical problems and near death. Dr. Rubinstein operated on several patients for My Killer Body with K. Michelle to correct the dire problems posed by failed plastic surgery.

Dr. “I am excited to have the opportunity to help patients reverse the intense trauma they have suffered from bad or negligent plastic surgery,” says Adam J. Rubinstein.

“This is a topic that has been the focus of my career and practice. He was so brave to share. His new show will make a real difference in helping people. Helping these patients and helping raise awareness about the growing number of problems in the world of plastic surgery."

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), approximately 18 million people in the United States had surgical and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures in 2021. Cosmetic surgery procedures have been on the rise in the US over the past five years.

Just as procedures are increasing, so are 'corrupt' cosmetic procedures. “I hope this show helps shed light on the importance of choosing a board-certified plastic surgeon,” adds Rubinstein.

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Written on 27/01/2022


Last Update: 01/07/2022

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