In this article originally published on May 17, 2014 – Suzanne Levine, DPM speaks with The London Times Magazine about the surgical and simple, non-surgical techniques and treatments she uses and has developed as an aesthetic podiatrist for her Park Avenue clients at Institute Beaute, New York.
How Cinderella surgery – from toe liposuction to sole plumping – became the latest thing in the world of nip and tuck.
At her clinic on Park Avenue in New York, podiatrist Dr. Suzanne Levine is explaining why increasing numbers of women are having their toes shortened or lengthened to make their feet look prettier. Let me guess. Is it because they are shallow and self-obsessed to the point of mania? Perfectionists whose narcissistic quest for beauty extends all the way down, down, down into the darkest corner of an innocent pop sock, where a deformed little morsel of flesh lurks, the sad runt of the toe litter, the final frontier in the war against imperfection? “Well, it is a brave new world at Institute Beaute . . . ”
To read more of this article by Barbara McMahon and see what New York Podiatrist, Dr. Suzanne Levine has to say on the subject, please visit this link to The London Times – http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/magazine/article4088355.ece