Cosmetic Surgery Center of Maryland and $50 Visa Gift Card Giveaway!

I recently went on a cruise where I was having a very interesting conversation with the lady next to me. She was thinking about getting some Botox or Restylane done. I was intrigued because she was around my age and thought that she was on the younger side to getting it done. However, she said she has  had friends getting  it done with telling results. Would I ever consider this in the future- sure!

If you are Maryland based, there is a wonderful cosmetic surgeon who not only does Botox and Restylane, but does a vast array of cosmetic procedures. The cosmetic center is called Cosmetic Surgery Center of Maryland. They are a team of 5 world renowned cosmetic surgeons who do procedures including breast augmentation, breast reduction, breast lifts, tummy tucks, mommy makeovers, body lift, arm lift, liposuction,  face lift, eyelid, juvederm, cosmetic podiatry, skin cancer treatments, and much more! They provide a full range of procedures to help one feel refreshed and revitalized!

While I am not sure if I will turn to cosmetic surgery in the future, I do know that as moms, some of us use cosmetic surgery to make us feel beautiful. I know many women who go through cosmetic procedures and are exceptionally happy with the outcome. At the Cosmetic Surgery Center of Maryland, they strive to achieve the vision of beauty with natural and proportionate results for your face and body.

Win it: Cosmetic Surgery Center is generously offering one of readers a $50 Visa Gift Card. To enter this giveaway, simply leave me a comment letting me know if you ever would consider plastic surgery(+1 entry).

Optional entries

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For an additional (+2 entries), please follow Cosmetic Surgery Center of Maryland on their  Facebook page.

(+2 entries), follow Cosmetic Surgery Center of Maryland on their Twitter Page.

Lastly, for an additional entry please tweet about this giveaway. Be sure to mention me @dentistmel @cscmd (+3 entries).  Can be done daily.

Giveaway ends 10-3-2012 at midnight. US only. Good luck!

*I received the above gift pack for review purposes. As always, all my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.


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  1. Andrea Myers says

    I have followed them on twitter. But I don’t think I’d ever have plastic surgery. Guess only time will tell!

  2. Sabrina R says

    I have considered it several times for my nose, crooked since birth and I would love to get it fixed!

  3. Rochelle Campbell says

    I would get a few things done. Breastfeeding has ruined my probably a breast lift..even though my husband says he wont let me, LOL.

  4. Kristy Mattern says

    I would consider plastic surgery. I am only 30 years old but maybe in the future if things start looking a little “loose”. I still want to maintain confidence later in life and I think that some cosmetic surgeries help.

  5. says

    I had birth mark removed by a plastic surgeon when I was about 12. He did it so there wouldn’t be a scar. To this day I can still see the line when I look in the mirror and feels the indention when I run my finger across my chin.

  6. Andrea says

    Motherhood, hormones and breastfeeding= very happy life + saggy boobs + tiger like spots in my face !
    So yes I would consider to do something in the future.

  7. says

    For me the jury is still out about cosmetic surgery. I’m all for looking your best and yet at the same time I’m not sure how I feel about trying to erase the natural aging process. Then again, as I’m still in my 20′s, this might be something I feel totally different about in a few years. – Katy

  8. Janet W. says

    I probably would not seriously consider plastic surgery. Maybe if I was a bit younger, but it’s not too much of a concern to me anymore now that I’m retired.

  9. Danielle P says

    If money wasn’t a problem and there wasn’t so much PAIN involved, I’d consider cosmetic surgery.

  10. says

    I would consider it for reconstruction only. I am in the process of losing an enormous amount of weight (over 200lbs) and know that I will need skin removal and a breast lift after its all said and done and I have zero issues with this fact, other than I don’t look forward to the surgeries! LOL

  11. Allison Downes says

    I would probably consider a tummy tuck

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!


  12. says

    I always joke that I want plastic surgery but when I really think about it I don’t know if I could. Such a risk. After three kids I’d love a tummy tuck but just don’t know if it would be worth it.

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  17. Leslie G. says

    I would consider plastic surgery… I think if it makes you feel better and you can afford it, why not?

    Facebook Name: Leslie Galloway (

  18. Margaret Smith says

    Perhaps I would, depending on what I needed and if it would make me feel better about myself.

  19. Raina DelRio says

    Yes, I have considered plastic surgery (I’m actually saving for it….will take forever though-LOL!)

  20. Ellie W says

    I always said I never would consider plastic surgery, but now that I’m in my 40′s I am changing my mind a little more each day.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    eswright18 at gmail dot com

  21. Debra Guillen says

    I used to think I would never consider plastic surgery, but the older I get the more I am considering it.

  22. Debra S says

    HECK YES. I WAS going to have my most hated udders reduced. But oh no.. I lost the weight, I’m in great shape, ready for the surgery and just great, hubby loses job, we now have no health insurance. If we EVER get any again, I’m in.

  23. Katie Rose says

    Sure I’d consider it, but since doctors freak me out I’d probably chicken out and never go through with it.

  24. Amanda C. says

    I would certainly consider plastic surgery. After I have children, I would probably like to have a breast augmentation, but I’m not sure.

  25. Mary Cloud says

    Never – I don’t even like getting blood drawn much less being cut on

    annabella @ centurytel dot net

  26. Peter Schott says

    I’d consider it, but pretty much only if it was something that was needed instead of just wanting to look better.

  27. LOIS PAYTON says

    I will keep what the good Lord gave me and never have surgery to chance his works, GOD BLESS AND KEEP YA’LL SAFE IN HIS LOVING ARMS.

  28. Dwayne Berry says

    I would probably never consider plastic surgery for myself. Maybe if I were in a fire and became disfigured, I’d do a skin graft or something.

  29. Kylie C says

    It’s not for me- I took care of my grandmother after her plastic surgery and all the stitches and such totally grossed me out!

  30. virgomomwriter says

    On my body? Yes. On my face? No, no, no. My mother and granmothers are/were beautiful into old age…one lived to 100. Who can beat tht?

  31. Stacy says

    I don’t think that I would ever have plastic surgery, it’s just not the right decision for me or my body.

  32. Holly S. says

    I’ve always said ‘Never!’, but as I get older and saggier and I realize I can’t choose where the weight comes from or goes to…maybe.

  33. Holly S. says

    I follow Cosmetic Surgery Center of Maryland on Twitter as @HollyStormEtsy

  34. Holly S. says

    I follow Cosmetic Surgery Center of Maryland on Twitter as @HollyStormEtsy

  35. LOIS PAYTON says

    I have under gone 3 brain surgeryd, so NO MORE of any that I don’t need to save my life, GOD BLESS AND KEEP YA’LL SAFE IN HIS LOVING ARMS.

  36. Leslie G. says