Censorship Gone Awry? Doctor Announces Release of New Web Site Dedicated to Cosmetic Surgery

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Dr. Ed Domanskis wants to spread the word about his new and innovative website, seesurgery.com but the media won't allow it.

Dr. Ed Domanskis wants to spread the word about his new and innovative website, seesurgery.com but the media won't allow it. You see, seesurgery.com has naked photographs and videos of the body and it has been determined that these are not acceptable to be publicized. Google is also of the same opinion.

"I have filmed the most common cosmetic surgery operations performed and I am freely providing them as a resource for anyone contemplating cosmetic surgery," said Dr. Domanskis, a plastic surgeon in private practice in Newport Beach, California. "I am quite surprised, and find it ironic, that pornography permeates the internet and yet my site, seesurgery.com, which is educational and informative, cannot be publicized".

Michele Miller found seesurgery.com through Dr. Domanskis' practice website, surgery-plastic.com, and was glad she did. "It really helped me by showing me what I could expect from a tummy tuck as well as what I would look afterwards," she said.

"I hope that Google and the other media outlets will reconsider their ban and allow the public to find out about my site, seesurgery.com," Dr. Domanskis concluded.

Dr. Edward Jonas Domanskis is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery and the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery (Plastic) WOC at University of California (Irvine).

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