The Rose’s Party it Up Broadway Style

NEW YORK, February 29, 2012- Houston Celebrity Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Franklin Rose and Cindi Rose flew in to NYC for a charity event with the top stars on Broadway.

Cindi Rose, Andrew Rannels and Dr. Franklin Rose at Broadway Belts for PFF 2012 NYC. Photo Copyright © 2012 Chris Owyoung

Cindi Rose, Andrew Rannels and Dr. Franklin Rose at Broadway Belts for PFF 2012 NYC. Photo Copyright © 2012 Chris Owyoung

Broadway Belts for PFF 2012

Broadway Belts for PFF 2012 Program

Houston Celebrity Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Franklin Rose and Cindi Harwood Rose flew into New York for a family event that had them partying it up with the top stars on Broadway on February 27, 2012. They spent the evening hanging out with Grammy and Tony award winning Book of Mormon star Andrew Rannels.  Franklin and Cindi were in town for Broadway Belts for  Pulmonary Fibrosis and spent the evening rubbing shoulders with Oscar winning actor Joel Grey, Julie Halston,  Tony nominee Adam Pascal (Memphis), Robert Creighton (Anything Goes), Lindsay Mendez (Godspell), Betsy Wolfe (Encores! Merrily We Roll Along), Heidi Blickenstaff (Now. Here. This.), and Julia Murney (Queen of the Mist/Wicked).  Word has it that Andrew Rannels is slated to play a lead role in a new NBC sitcom in Fall 2012.

Julie Halston, star of the show, Anything Goes became a spokesperson for Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation when her husband became ill with the disease.   The gathering of Broadway’s best performers raised more than $50,000.

Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation was started ten years ago by Franklin’s father, the late Albert Rose. “Pulmonary fibrosis is the leading indicator for lung transplantation. The lungs close down and it is terminal. My brother, Daniel Rose MD who was chief of heart surgery at a Yale affiliated hospital is head of Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation,” said Dr. Franklin Rose. Dr. Rose and Cindi Rose have joined forces with entertainment publicist Karen Steele to put on a star studded Red Carpet Party at Saks Fifth Avenue Friday March 30th to benefit their foundation, The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation. It provides charitable reconstructive surgery to breast cancer survivors. www.roseribbon.org

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Valentine Spa Party- with Utopia MedSpa and Dr. Franklin Rose

Valentine Spa Party- with Utopia Plastic Surgery and Medical Spa &
Board Certified Houston Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose

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Our Most Memorable Valentine’s Day Featuring Cindi Rose and Dr. Franklin Rose

Most Memorable Valentine’s Day Romance Features local Houston celebrities Cindi & Dr. Franklin Rose and more in this month’s issue of Houston Lifestyles & Homes Magazine read the story and see the photos here:

Dr. Franklin Rose HoustonBy Cheryl Alexander

Houston Silhouette artist CINDI ROSE, co-founder (with her husband celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose) of the Rose Ribbon Foundation. Their organization provides free reconstructive surgery to post-cancer patients who are not able to afford health insurance. This couple’s Valentine’s memory is as unique and special as their charitable work.

Cindi Rose shares:

“My best Valentine’s memory was when my husband and I got engaged in Aspen 30 years ago, and it was also my worst. We were en route by plane to visit his mom and dad, and he asked me to marry him before he asked them. His father was thrilled, and so was his sister, who said, “I will gain a wonderful sister-in-law.” Then, my (future) mother-in-law said, “Weddings are funerals, so I will wear a black dress.” I ran into a guest room and cried. Seven years later, after we had married, we separated and then divorced. Then, again, on a Valentine’s Day, he asked me once again to marry him! We ran to Vegas, and had so much fun getting married there, just the two of us. We have been married now over 14 more years. I must say, I now love my mother-in-law and she loves me. She was afraid of losing her baby boy, and in her mind, our wedding was a death. I can also say that love is better the second time around, and lucky me, to the same wonderful person, who is father of our only two children, Erica Rose 28, and Ben Harwood Rose, 26.

My funniest Valentine was when I was divorced, and wanted my children, who were then 4 and 6, to be with me on Valentine’s Day. I was 36, but found someone 10 years younger, who was like a kid himself. We went to AstroWorld, and rode the rides with my children, and some of their friends. My children thought this is what you do on Valentine’s Day — go to an amusement park, eat junk and ride rides. One of their friends ate too much candy, threw up while on the roller coaster and it splattered all over into the air.”

When it comes to Cupid’s arrow, sometimes his aim is hit or miss. More of Houston’s most recognizable sweethearts share their most memorable Valentine’s Day stories that are guaranteed to warm your heart:

Read the Story HereRead the Story Here

Love is in the Air! ~ To read the story in it’s entirety, please visit
Houston Lifestyles & Homes Magazine
here: https://houstonlifestyles.com/?p=6030

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Dr. Franklin Rose Valentine

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Nose Jobs Make People Look Younger – in Plastic Surgery from MedPage Today

There is a fascinating story in this month’s Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery and in MedPage Today about perceived age and the length of the nose.  A long nose with a droopy tip ages your appearance!  Also, did you know that as you continue to age, your nose continues to grow and to droop along with your ears and the rest of your face?  It’s true!

Check out these photos of Vienna Girardi and Ella Nolan from ABC’s the Bachelor and the Bachelor Pad before and after their rhinoplasties (nose jobs) by Houston Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose, MD in these photos and read the rest of the stories below.  Don’t you agree they look younger after their surgery?

Vienna Girardi before and after surgery by Dr. Franklin Rose
Vienna Girardi before and after surgery by Dr. Franklin Rose
Ella Nolan of the Bachelor after surgery by Dr. Franklin Rose
Ella Nolan of the Bachelor after surgery by Dr. Franklin Rose

People who’d had their noses surgically reshaped had a somewhat more youthful appearance afterward — whatever their age, researchers said.

Independent raters who examined before-and-after photographs of mostly young and middle-age individuals undergoing cosmetic rhinoplasty indicated that, on average, the patients looked 1.5 years younger in the “after” pictures , according to Ali Sepehr, MD, and colleagues at the University of Toronto.

Patients’ age at the time of surgery had only a small effect on the apparent age reduction, the researchers reported.

“To our knowledge, this is the first study to demonstrate a statistically significant decrease in apparent age after rhinoplasty,” Sepehr and colleagues wrote in the January-February issue of Archives of Facial and Plastic Surgery.  See an excerpt of their story here: The Effect of Rhinoplasty on Perceived Age.

The study involved 53 consecutive patients having cosmetic nose surgery in a large private practice, for whom frontal and right lateral images were available prior to the procedure and one year afterward.

Relatively large nasal tip rotations also boosted the younger look. The eight patients having tip rotations of more than 10° looked an average of 2.0 years younger, compared with 1.3 years lost among the other patients.

“Older patients tended to enjoy a greater degree of rejuvenation,” they wrote. But differences in the apparent age reduction failed to reach statistical significance (P=0.15) in a trend analysis comparing patients in their teens, those ages 20 to 40, and those older than 40.

The researchers noted that the primary goal of nose reshaping is generally to improve the overall facial aesthetic. “This finding [of apparent age reduction] can pleasantly surprise patients presenting for rhinoplasty,” Sepehr and colleagues wrote.

“The rejuvenating effect of rhinoplasty can now objectively be listed as one of the benefits of undergoing this procedure.”

By John Gever, Senior Editor, MedPage Today
Published: January 16, 2012

Read the entire story here:
Nose Jobs Make People Look Younger By John Gever, Senior Editor, MedPage Today

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