• How to “Recharge” This Winter, Ohio Magazine Top Plastic Surgeon Upper & Lower Eyelidplasty $4995, Save over $800! FREE MICROPEEL WITH PURCHASE OF “DOSE” THIS WEEK ONLY! Personalized Correction for your Skin!


    From now until October 31st, anyone who purchases the DOSE skin care product will receive a FREE micropeel. Simply call and a nurse will call you back to ask the necessary questions about your skin or call and set up and appointment to come in for 10 minutes to answer the questions and we will schedule a complimentary micropeel at a convenient time in the future.

    Our DOSE machine 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.

    We are the only practice in Cincinnati to offer DOSE skin care products!

    Mused after learning that Ohio Magazine had selected me as their “Top Doctor” in Plastic Surgery for the Cincinnati Area.

    The more cycles you purchase, the more you save up to 50%.
    Call Joni for your complimentary consult and details. 513-793-5772.

    Your Choice:
    Due to the popularity, we will continue liposuction 20% off the surgeon’s fee. Improve contours, address all areas at one time, and recuperate over the weekend.

    Bags under eyes? Others telling you that you look tired? Upper and Lower Eyelidplasty is now $4995 (normally $5825). Discounts even if you only need upper OR lower eyelid improvement.

    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.

    Voluma filler for cheeks and chin is $100 off using one of the limited rebates we have from Allergan. Cheek enhancement or chin reshaping.

    **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.


    Looking for an energy boost? Tired of the weariness? Frustrated and anxious?

    Economic hardship, conflicting attitudes toward social distancing and mask wearing, difficulty balancing work and online schooling, breaks in rituals and traditions, and uncertainty over when a sense of normalcy will return are things we are all sharing. Here are some tips to help “recharge our batteries”.

    First, it’s OK to not be OK. People underestimate how draining this is. This is an unprecedented, complicated disaster. Needs may be evolving too.

    Create a challenge. To break out of a slump, take on a project that doesn’t stress you more but rather focuses your time and energy in a positive way. If you run, plan on a 10 day increase or a virtual half marathon. If you cook, try a specific number of new recipes over the next month. Connect with your church or Matthew 25 Ministries and volunteer. I recently planned and executed a lobster bake that took 6 weeks of my time but was invigorating.

    (Did You Know? “Surge Capacity” refers to the mental and physical resources that humans draw on to survive acutely stressful situations. Is yours low?)

    Think two years ahead. Imagine your life in two years and what activities you have done in the past that you’ll be doing again. Maybe it’s travelling, maybe it’s just sitting at a bar listing to live music. Whatever comforts you.

    Confront winter. This is three pronged. Get yourself physically ready by purchasing what will keep you warm so that you can get outside. Secondly, write a list of SIMPLE actions to help feel better right away like going for a walk or calling a friend or watching a Netflix show. Lastly, take up or resume a hobby something that requires time. Listen and organize old music on your phone, put together puzzles, or in my case, play online chess since I haven’t played for years.

    Don’t diss Zoom, or for that matter Facetime. Direct visual contact with others is an important part of our makeup as humans.

    Lastly, pay attention to your health by watching your diet, alcohol intake and some form of exercise. If you’re comfortable, a short vacation away does wonders.

    – Ellen Byron, WSJ with psychologist Ann Masten, therapist Cami Ostman, Ms. Levitt of Calm, and author Rob Clark.


    Spent a quiet long weekend at Norris Lake and saw two bald eagles. Quite a rare sight.

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

    Healthy living,

    Peter McKenna, M.D.

    McKenna Cosmetic Surgery Center . 10577 Montgomery Road . Cincinnati . OH . 45242

    A Cincinnati Magazine “Top Doc” since 1998
    Allergan Top 500 Physician
    Skinceuticals “Flagship” Practice

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