Monthly Archives: September 2014

Allergan Awards Our Practice Diamond Status

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  We recently received the exciting news that we've achieved Diamond provider status from Allergan®, the maker of such products as JUVÉDERM® fillers and BOTOX® Cosmetic. That means our Naples, Florida, practice is in the top 5% of all aesthetic practices nationally in the use of Allergan's top-notch products, a distinction that recognizes our extensive…

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A Time to Consider Breast Cancer Screening & Reconstruction

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN DR. HASEN. DUE TO OVERWHELMING DEMAND FOR HIS OTHER SURGICAL OFFERINGS, UNFORTUNATELY HE IS NO LONGER OFFERING BREAST RECONSTRUCTION SERVICES. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and each new year brings new developments in the ongoing fight against this type of cancer. For me, this time is special because…

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Choosing a Plastic Surgeon? Avoid These 3 Red Flags

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If you're researching plastic surgeons in Naples or elsewhere, you know how overwhelming the process of finding a good one can be. Although some red flags, such as a litany of poor online reviews, are obvious, others may be harder to spot. Keep an eye out for these 3 important ones: Red Flag No. 1:…

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Debunking 3 Sunscreen Myths – PART TWO

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Naples Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Kent Hasen, continues his discussion of common sunscreen myths. Chemicals in Sunscreen Interfere with Hormones and Cause Cancer FALSE! Most people’s concern regarding sunscreen stems from two ingredients: oxybenzone and retinyl palmitate.  Oxybenzone is a synthetic estrogen first approved by the FDA in 1978 and present in sunscreen since the early…

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Debunking 3 Sunscreen Myths – Part One

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SUNSCREEN CAUSES MELANOMA FALSE! Many patients worry that instead of preventing this deadly form of skin cancer, sunscreen can actually cause the disease.  However, there are NO studies to support this notion.  In fact, a recent groundbreaking study found that regular sunscreen use reduced the incidence of melanoma by 50-73%! Of the seven most common…

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