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Being Alive versus Living Well

By September 27, 2022No Comments

This past weekend Dr. Ekstrom and I were blessed to spend a weekend with my 96 year old Mom, sister and brother-in-law. Seeing my Mom in action brings to mind the words to George Strait’s song, “Living and Living Well”. My Mom is more than just living, she is still independent, gardens, bakes “bacon buns”, drives, shops, helps her neighbors, and simply lives well. She drove down to Massachusetts with my sister and brother-in-law from Trenton, Ontario, just east of Toronto. She came full of life, wisdom, and love.

Spotlight on Plastic Surgery – When are you Too Old for Plastic Surgery?

Dr. Bunkis’ Mom has her first facelift in her mid-50’s, last in her early 80’s. People who see her today find it difficult to believe that she is almost 96 ½ – mostly because she acts so young but also because she looks good! People often ask us about the appropriate timing for certain procedures and when is it too late to have elective plastic surgery procedures.

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