“Elvis Duran and the Morning Show” reaches tens of millions of listeners across the United States.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, OCT. 3, 2013 – Dr. Greg DeLange, the lead Palm Beach plastic surgeon of the Estetica Institute, recently scored some major positive publicity. On Tuesday, Carla Marie, a producer for the nationally-syndicated “Elvis Duran and the Morning Show,” wrote about her decision to undergo breast augmentation surgery with Dr. DeLange at the Estetica Institute. In a blog post, dated Tuesday, October 1st, on “Carla Marie’s Boob Blog,” Carla Marie writes about her comfort level with Dr. DeLange and the confidence that she has in his abilities. She also writes about wanting to feel and look sexier, even though others have told her she already looks beautiful. It comes down to a personal decision.
The “Elvis Duran and the Morning Show,” reaches huge audiences across the country. It ranks as the most listened to top-40 morning radio show in the country, with syndication in more than 50 radio markets across the country, including New York City, from which it broadcasts, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Miami and Phoenix.
Dr. DeLange, one of three Board-certified Palm Beach cosmetic surgeons at the Estetica Institute, has become regarded as one of the area’s best Palm Beach plastic surgeons. He and his colleagues at the Estetica Institute of the Palm Beaches offer all of the most popular procedures, including West Palm Beach breast implants, West Palm Beach liposuction, West Palm Beach Botox injections and more. They also offer a new non-surgical body-contouring procedure, called CoolSculpting, which has become highly popular across America. In non-invasive CoolSculpting Palm Beach procedures, doctors and technicians precisely apply cold temperatures to areas of fat below the patients’ skin. The procedures freeze patients’ fat, causing it to die without inflicting damage to the skin, muscles or other surrounding tissues.