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Pinky Toe Tuck To Trim Fat Toes

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Long before crash diets and extreme workout plans go into effect, Hollywood's hottest stars are planning out their beauty regimens - right down to the minute they walk the red carpet!

(Image of pair of shoes with 12 cm stiletto heels shown as a Courtesy of Wikipedia.com All Rights reserved).

Aside from typical hair, makeup and shapewear, movie stars are known for "cheating" their way to perfect skin, plump lips, and smooth-as-silk foreheads with the latest cosmetic procedures offered by some of the countries top cosmetic surgeons.

According to Dr. Anthony Youn, of the popular blog CelebrityPlasticSurgery.blogspot.com says, "Hollywood has most of America fooled. They tell reporters things like ‘Oh, I just do yoga and pilates and drink lots of water!' when they really have meticulous schedules set months in advance of awards season to guarantee they will look flawless on the big night."

Celebrities are getting into all sorts of new procedures to make themselves look perfect on the Red Carpets.  One procedure to make them look fantastic in their stillettos is the Pinky Toe Tuck which should be done a few months before the big Red Carpet Event.

Two Months Before: The Pinky Toe Tuck

As cosmetic benefits of foot surgery are becoming more common place, more and more individuals with congenital foot disorders are also stepping forward to seek out the latest innovative corrective techniques.

For stars preparing to done strappy stilettos on the red carpet, New York City cosmetic podiatrist Dr. Oliver Zong offers several surgical options to get fat toes slim. Fat toes can be slimed, long toes can be shortened, and feet can even been slimmed to fit into narrower shoes.

More Info On Toe Tucks?

Dr. Oliver Zong is a podiatrist in Manhattan's influential Financial District. As one of the premier cosmetic foot surgeons in the country, he serves as the Director of Surgery at NYC Footcare and is on the Board of Directors at Gramercy Park Surgery Center.

Besides traditional and cosmetic foot surgery, Dr. Zong is also an accomplished cryosurgeon and co-founder of the Podiatric Cryosurgery Center of New York.

He is an attending physician at New York Hospital Downtown, Wyckoff Heights Medical Center, Cabrini Medical Center, and Gramercy Park Surgery Center.  Dr. Zong graduated as Valedictorian from New York College of Podiatric Medicine where he earned his degree, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM).

For more information please visit www.NYCFootcare.com

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