Woman Surprises Fiance With Breast Implants For Valentines Day

BY WHITNEY RADLEY– from CultureMap

Dr-Franklin-Rose-reviews (2)Woman Surprises Fiance With Breast Implants For Valentine’s Day- with help from Houston Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose

Houston, Texas-  Forget about the supposed “Grandest Romantic Gesture Ever.” Dr. Franklin Rose and the staff at Utopia Plastic Surgery have ensured one military man an unforgettable Valentine’s Day this year, all thanks to the gift of boobs.

Petite patient Casandra Martinez wanted to surprise her fiancé, Josh McMillin, with a Valentine's Day breast augmentation. Photo by Carmen Salazar Martinez

Petite patient Casandra Martinez wanted to surprise her fiancé, Josh McMillin, with a Valentine’s Day breast augmentation. Photo by Carmen Salazar Martinez

Petite patient Casandra Martinez wanted to please her military fiance Josh McMillin by surprising him with a breast augmentation just in time for his brief break from the U.S. Navy — a visit that just happened to coincide with Valentine’s Day.

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“The common misconception about breast augmentation is that people want to be Dolly Parton-esque,” Dr. Rose tells CultureMap.

Martinez, a University of Texas coed, went from barely-an-A to a perfectly respectable full B cup.

Inside Edition caught wind of the surprise supplement and followed Martinez and McMillin around for the big reveal last week, just a few days after the procedure. Photo by Carmen Salazar Martinez

Inside Edition caught wind of the surprise supplement and followed Martinez and McMillin around for the big reveal last week, just a few days after the procedure. Photo by Carmen Salazar Martinez

Dr. Rose explained that his technique is “much less painful” than most, and allows for a faster recovery, with a quicker return to everyday activities.

Martinez told INSIDE EDITION, “It will definitely be a Valentine’s Day to remember. My boyfriend gave me a ring so I’m going to have surgery.”

For years, Martinez has felt insecure about her small size “A” breasts.

“I wish I had the cleavage to fill this out,” she said.

The 18-year-old college student, wears ruffles to camouflage her flat chest and stuffs her bathing suit tops with padding. So, she turned to plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose in Houston to go from a small “A” cup to a  full “B” cup.

As she’s wheeled into surgery, she can hardly wait for her transformation. She is getting a new cutting edge procedure that will shorten her recovery time from 2 weeks to just 24 hours.

Dr. Rose said, “We expect her to be out and about in evening attire tomorrow.”

The doctor starts with an anti-bleeding solution then makes two small incisions, but it’s this state-of-the-art caurterizer that’s expected to dramatically reduce the amount of bleeding that typically comes with breast surgery.

Dr. Rose said, “It allows us to dissect the pocket very bloodlessly because this little tip cauterizes as we go.”

Less than one hour later, she is now a full “B” cup.

Home video taken the next morning showed her up and about incredibly, pain free, several days later, she showed off her new gorgeous shape.

When Josh walked in to see her, He thinks our camera crew is there to capture his Valentine's Day homecoming. But what happens next left him nearly speechless.

When Josh walked in to see her, He thinks our camera crew is there to capture his Valentine’s Day homecoming. But what happens next left him nearly speechless.

She said, “I love it. It’s a whole new me.”

But what will her fiancé think?

When Josh walked in to see her, He thinks our camera crew is there to capture his Valentine’s Day homecoming. But what happens next left him nearly speechless.

Martinez said, “I have a surprise for you.”

She opened her sweater and reveals her new gorgeous shape.

Josh said, “I’m very, very shocked. It’s probably the best welcome home I’ve ever gotten.”

A romantic meal topped off their special homecoming and her Valentine’s surprise.

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Originally posted February 14, 2013

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Favorite Dr. Franklin Rose Reviews J.J. Watt’s Impending Nose Job & Plastic Surgery Options

Celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose sheds light on J.J. Watt’s impending nose jobJJ-Watt-bloody-nose_culturemap

J.J. Watt‘s tendency to violently collide with big men led to a deep gash on the bridge of his nose, one which required stitches earlier this season. The wound has been reopened repeatedly since then, resulting in a permanent and rather unsightly mark on the Houston Texans’ second-time Pro Bowler .

With a nightmarish season set to end Sunday in Tennessee, the defensive end told Associated Press reporter Kristie Rieken earlier this week that he is considering plastic surgery to correct the damage — mostly at the behest of his mother.

“She hates it,” Watt told the AP.

CultureMap spoke with Houston’s Dr. Franklin Rose — plastic surgeon to the stars — to review the advantages of such a procedure for Watt.

“Cosmetic surgery would serve to stabilize the injury and allow for further athletic endeavors,” Rose says. “(Watt) would likely need external scar revisions.”

The doctor is referring to a process which minimizes the appearance of scars.

Dr. Rose adds that the procedure would be good a idea and not just for cosmetic reasons — but for structural reasons, too. He says it would reduce the fracture in the nose which could possibly be causing Watt “nasal airway obstruction.”

Watt’s often seen on the sidelines with blood pouring from the gash on his face and the injury has left a significant indentation and red mark at the top of his nose.

The reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year received stitches following the two games after the initial injury, but that didn’t stop the wound from breaking open and bleeding every time he played. Watt eventually gave up and decided to stop having it repaired after each game.

Now, he might have it fixed for good in the offseason.

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