• Like Winning the Lottery

    One year ago - By Surgical Aesthetics Magazine

    Self-described workaholic Michael Niccole, MD, thrives on making patients happy and picking up new skills, even after 35 years in practice By Inga Hansen In his three-plus decades in private practice, Michael Niccole, MD, has seen his share of economic upturns and downturns. “There are things that we know go up during economic crises and isolation: drug use, alcohol use and smoking,” he says. “But you know what goes up after a downturn? Plastic surgery. People want to look good, because they need to feel better.”
    Dr. Niccole is the medical director of CosmetiCare Plastic Surgery and...
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