Celebrity Plastic Surgery

Dr. Franklin Rose is a board certified plastic surgeon and has been featured in the media many times on TV and Radio programs, magazines and newspapers.

Innovative Stem-Cell Techniques Make the Facelift New Again-as featured on ABC

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose has developed a new and innovative set of procedures we call a “Stem-cell enhanced facelift” using the patient’s own tissues which can result in faster healing while restoring lost volume to the face and neck areas. His specific techniques utilize a 4 layer technique to address the aging face and neck to create …

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Plastic Surgery to get her "Bachelor Body Back" on Entertainment Tonight!

^^ Watch the video! ^^ UPDATED: Pick up a copy of US Weekly Magazine on stands now (with Gwen Stefani on the cover) to see ABC’s Bachelor Winner Vienna after plastic surgery by Dr. Franklin Rose to get her #Bachelor bikini body back on page 15! https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-body/news/bachelor-alum-vienna-girardi-reveals-plastic-surgery-results/ Tuesday, October 22nd at 6:30 pm Vienna unveiled her …

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The Triumphant Transformation of Rachel Busch

Monday on KHOU Channel 11 at 10:00pm; Houston, Texas – Meet Rachel Busch and see her dramatic transformation following reconstructive surgery to restore her beauty following a brutal assault featuring KHOU reporter Lauren Talarico & Dr. Franklin Rose UPDATED: See the story and before and after surgery by Dr. Franklin Rose in the Houston Chronicle …

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Botox under 30? Dr. Franklin Rose discusses the preventative benefits Friday on KHOU

Botox prevents the formation of wrinkles by relaxing the muscles that can crease your skin,” Houston plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose says. “Patients in their twenties is often a good time to begin Botox treatments for some—right before the lines and creases formed by facial expression have an opportunity to become deeply imprinted, especially when factors such as genetics and sun exposure come in to play