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AUG 2015

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6 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.15 For advertising or subscription help, call (502) 625-0100. Louisville Magazine® publishes 12 monthly issues. Louisville Magazine Inc., 137 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Louisville, KY 40202-1438. Subscriptions $22 a year, $36 for two years. Single copies $4.70. Periodicals postage paid at Louisville, Ky., and additional offces. Copyright ©2014, Louisville Magazine Inc. Phone (502) 625-0100. Fax (502) 625-0109. The editors are not responsible for unsolicited contributions. E-mail: loumag@loumag.com; Web site: www.loumag.com U.S. Postage Service ID: Louisville (ISSN 0024-6948) POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Louisville Magazine,137 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Louisville, KY 40202-1438. The best read on the city. Publisher Dan Crutcher Editor Josh Moss Art Director Suki Anderson Senior Writer Anne Marshall Deputy Editor Mary Chellis Austin Associate Editors Arielle Christian, Dylon Jones Contributing Editors Copy Editing Jack Welch Food & Wine Mary Welp Special Publications Amy Talbott Writer at Large Jenni Laidman Contributing Writers Wesley Bacon, Bill Doolittle, Lynnell Edwards, Michael L. Jones, Elizabeth Myers Contributing Artists Robby Davis, William DeShazer, Joey Harrison, Gail Kamenish, Aaron Kingsbury, Ian Klarer, Carrie Neumayer, the Pretty Gritty, Kendall Regan, Nerissa Sparkman, Mickie Winters, Chris Witzke Editorial Interns Rob Cummins, Ashley Hoff, McKenna Mitchell Photography Intern Adam Mescan Advertising Director Stacey Griffn Hallahan Advertising Account Executives Emily Douglas Ginny C. Lutes Mandy Wood Advertising Production Coordinator Lindsay Flint Advertising Assistant Kelsi Garson Advertising Intern Jillian Waitkus Events and Marketing Manager Lynn Hafele Business Director Julie B. Crutcher Business Manager Heather Dougherty Trained for your Trust Is your doctor really a plastic surgeon? If you are considering plastic surgery, choosing your surgeon is the most important step. Although a lot of doctors claim to be "plastic surgeons," don't be fooled — only surgeons who train for fve to eight years in surgery, pass rigorous writen and oral exams and undergo a peer review of their abilities can truly be called plastic surgeons. To ensure that you're in the safest, most-qualifed and skilled hands, ask your doctor if he or she is board-certifed. All the physicians listed below are certifed by the American Board of Plastic Surgeons. Tere is no substitute for their extensive level of training and review. Don't accept anything less. Bradon J. Wilhelmi, M.D. 583-8303 John M. Weeter, M.D. 895-5466 Maurine Waterhouse, M.D., FACS 895-5850 Gordon R. Tobin, M.D., FACS 583-8303 Julene B. Samuels, M.D., FACS 897-9411 T. Gerald O'Daniel, M.D., FACS 584-1109 R. Tomas Noel, M.D. 895-5466 Nana N. Mizuguchi, M.D., FACS 899-9979 Terry M. McCurry, M.D. 583-8303 R. Kevin Majzoub, M.D., FACS 899-9996 Martin Fox, M.D., FACS 895-5850 Alexander G. Digenis, M.D. 589-5544 John W. Derr, M.D., FACS 895-5850 Lee Corbett, M.D. 721-0330 Mark E. Chariker, M.D., FACS 568-4800 M. Bradley Calobrace, M.D., FACS 899-9979 Joseph C. Banis Jr., M.D., FACS 589-8000

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