“Gratitude is the attitude,” here at Altiora Plastic Surgery and Medspa. We live by these words every day throughout the year. However, the coming Thanksgiving holiday provides the absolute perfect moment to opening express our philosophy, and make it a renewed attitude each year. We have used this expression previously, and it still captures the perfect spirit of this season of public gratitude.

Thanksgiving is the perfect time to thank friends, old and new, for their loyalty

We gift-wrapped our Gratitude and tagged it just for you!

and dedication. The entire team at Altiora Plastic Surgery, led by Dr. Orlando Cicilioni, pause our busy lives. We claim this moment to thank our patients, friends, and clients.

In the spirit of celebrating our blessings, we thank the colleagues, vendors, and the quiet blog readers. We appreciate the support and encouragement you have selflessly given us, whether you have given it to us hours, days or years.

“As you keep your mind and heart focused in the right direction, approaching each day with faith and gratitude, I believe you will be empowered to live life to the fullest and enjoy the abundant life He has promised you!”

Thus, Victoria Osteen wrote about her sense of thanks. And so, in the spirit of focusing on our personal Thanksgiving, we must share a few of our 2017 thoughts:

Gratitude for the Blessings after Hurricane Season 2017

Like many of our fellow Floridians, we have recently been blessed by emerging from the frights of Hurricane Irma. Despite losses never could

we have meant our thanks more sincerely concerning than when we saw those horrific clouds roll away. Likewise, many Floridians celebrated with renewed gratitude when the cities restored lights and power.

Thankfulness for the weather is not something we often celebrate, but when hurricane end, we always acknowledge the blessing of fair weather. Of that, we in Florida have more than our fair sunny share.

Special Gratitude during this Very American Thanksgiving Holiday

Like last year are reminded of John F. Kennedy’s Thanksgiving words, “…we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”

Just as we are grateful for this land and our laws, we appreciate the honor of helping people improve their health, well-being and self-confidence through our services.

Dr. Cicilioni is thankful for his calling as a doctor. There is not a day that goes by when we are not aware of the healing, artistic and directional roles he fulfills at Altiora Plastic surgery.

Gratitude to and for our Beautiful Patients

When we speak of beauty, we do not mean a trendy norm often published on the media. Put simply, we of Altiora Plastic Surgery

Gratitude is our attitude. Thank you for natures unique beauty.

Gratitude is our attitude-for the golden autumn and the blessings of Thanksgiving.

and Medspa appreciate you for your inner beauty as well as your reflection of individuality in our diverse and beautiful world.

Whether you have seen us for non-surgical, reconstructive, or cosmetic or services, we cherish helping you achieve your best version of your self-image, and  your own recognition your self-worth.

Likewise we are appreciate working together as a team here in Sarasota. We are grateful that each member of our professional staff treasures each patient as an individual–and all of you are beautiful.

In appreciation for your unique qualities, we take this opportunity to share with you one of our favorite quotations concerning beauty, and it is not a trendy slogan from the media.

It proceeds from the words and beauty, not of a super-model, but of Helen Keller.  She inspires us with gratitude with her definition of beauty:  “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart.”

Our Gratitude Attitude Altiora Triple Wish:  a Blissful, Blessed and Beautiful Thanksgiving Holiday

We sincerely hope you will enjoy some time with your loved ones during the holiday feast.
We wish you all the best life has to offer,
Not only during this 2017 Thanksgiving Holiday, but for every day in the coming year. 

Happy Thanksgiving!

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