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Topic - Nelson Rosas
A machine purrs as it delivers electrical pulses deep into the saggy skin on Barbara Penha's jawline, a high-tech treatment used first to tighten her jowls and then to sculpt her tummy.
The Brazilian Society of Aesthetic Medicine's Rio clinic has performed free procedures on more than 14,000 patients since its founding in 1997, said Dr. Nelson Rosas, who heads the Rio branch.
"What's a wrinkle? Something minor, right? Something with precious little importance," Dr. Rosas said. "But when we treat the wrinkle, that unimportant little thing, we're actually treating something very important - the patient's self esteem."