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Please Don’t Call Me a Plastic Surgeon
The field of cosmetic surgery has increased at an exponential rate over the past several decades. Many paradigm shifts have occurred and this has changed the entire landscape of aesthetic surgery. If a practitioner that performed aesthetic surgery procedures 40 years ago were to spend a day in my office they would be amazed by […]
What goes around…..comes around.
I had an interesting experience at the office today. Not my first of this type, but a good one. I went to a treatment room to see a patient that I have treated many times for Botox and small procedures. I noticed that she would not make eye contact with me and thought that was […]
How to Choose the Right Cosmetic Surgeon
A national magazine called me to interview me on the subjecting of “Choosing Dr. Right”or how to pick a cosmetic surgeon. During the interview, I wrote down some thoughts and here they are! In reality there are no absolute criteria for selecting a surgeon and some of the surgeons that have the best qualifications […]
He’s Just a Dentist!
One thing about life is that there will always be competition and competition can breed deceit, especially in people with little minds. Some of this is natural and we see it in everyday life. Washington Redskin fans hate the Dallas Cowboys, Democrats fight with Republicans (and vice versa), religions fight other, and so on and […]
Cosmetic Surgery Bulletin Boards: Can you believe everything you read?
One of the true joys of being alive in this day and age is the Internet. For those of us that are older than 20 years of age it is hard to imagine life without it. The Internet has empowered us and made encyclopedias and dictionaries obsolete. It seems that you can find out […]
When Doctors Talk Bad About Other Doctors.
Surgeons are no different than other people in society. There are good ones, there are bad ones and there are jealous ones. Since many specialties are involved in cosmetic surgery, there is certainly competition. Realizing this, there will be some surgeons that are very successful and there will be surgeons that are barely making it. […]