• Breast Augments $5495; Salt & Nutrition; Botox $195 CoolSculpting Free Treatment; Sunscreens 15% off

    McKenna’s Musings


    Breast Augments $5495; Salt & Nutrition; Botox $195

    CoolSculpting Free Treatment; Sunscreens 15% off


    Mused after reading the adage: “We’re not working from home, we’re living at work.” It is an ad and a plea for a bourbon happy hour from 6-7p.



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    Breast Augments $5495 *limited time!
    Breast augments including surgeon, anesthesia, and facility fees are currently $5495. This includes consults between now and July 1 and surgery completed by August 1. Call for your complimentary consultation.



    The Cool(Sculpting) Crew is Growing!


    We are gathering patients who need CoolSculpting to join our “McKenna’s Cool Crew”. It is being extended due to high demand. The goal is to obtain before and after photos for all ages and areas. You will be awarded special pricing and free treatment just for participating. Call Joni for details and to schedule a complimentary consultation.



    BOTOX/FILLER Discounts as long as Covid is a factor!


    To accommodate you as safely as possible we will continue to offer Botox at $13/unit ($195 per syringe) and Fillers 10% off our normal rate. Dr. McKenna does the injections himself! So you get 30 years’ experience and over 50,000 syringes of Botox injected.


    **Two other important factors: We do our surgeries HERE at our accredited surgery center and not at a hospital and patients who have had prior surgeries with us get a discount.





    Controversy continues over salt and its influence on our health. The FDA recently reduced the recommendation for the amount of sodium (salt=sodium + chloride) from 3,400 milligrams each day to 2,300. 2,300 milligrams of sodium is a teaspoon of salt.


    According to the Centers for Disease Control, 75% of our sodium intake is from dining out, prepared foods and processed foods. Only 5% comes from salt added during cooking and 6% from adding salt at the dinner table.


    This leads to ways of decreasing sodium intake. By using quality ingredients that taste good to start with there is less need for salt. Also, instead of salt, add other flavors to foods such as fresh herbs, spices, chilies, ginger, onion, garlic, vinegar, lemon or lime juice, and low-sodium soy sauce.


    (Did You Know? Using larger crystal salt like flaked or coarse sea salt will cut the sodium you put in foods about in half.)


    Here’s a specific method to reduce salt while cooking from Stanford University School of Medicine:


    While making something like chili, start by preparing 2-3 quarts. Then add ¼ teaspoon of salt. Stir and taste. If you just taste it on the tip of your tongue then add another ¼ teaspoon. Try it and see if you taste the salt in the middle third of your tongue. If so stop, if not add another ¼ teaspoon. If in adding salt to anything you are cooking you can taste it in the back of your tongue or throat, then you have over-salted it. The goal is to just taste it on the tip and middle parts of your tongue.


    Kathleen Squires, WSJ





    Breakfast Pizza:


    Take store-bought pizza dough (or make your own) and bake at 450 degrees for about 4-5 minutes. Take out of oven and cover with pesto then smoked mozzarella, pecorino romano cheeses and wild mushrooms. Add crushed red pepper if desired. Cook another

    4-5 minutes and remove from oven. Using the back of a spoon make small wells and crack an egg into each one. Return to oven until egg whites are set but yolks are still runny.




     “I felt very prepared for the surgery.” J.W.








    Take a look at our many SKIN CARE, NON-SURGICAL and SURGICAL procedures we offer!


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    Special: ALL Sunscreens are 15% off! Take advantage of this during this nice stretch of weather.


    Mask Breakout? Our skin care specialists can help. Schedule a facial analysis and micropeel for $98. Medical and prescription skin care products do work!


    WE ARE THE ONLY OFFICE with a DOSE machine in Cincinnati. It mixes a unique formulation of SkinCeutical ingredients that are professionally diagnosed to address the specific needs of your skin. The specific product comes after you answer a questionnaire about your skin, goals and needs. Each bottle is $195 and lasts roughly 3 months.

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