Monthly Archives: October 2010

The Lost Art of Listening

As surgeons, we have many responsibilities. Our patients trust us to do our best work, protect their safety, and provide optimal results. With proper education and training, these things are achievable. But there’s something else, a “softer” skill perhaps, but … Continue reading

Getting Behind the Wheel

You wouldn’t drive drunk, and you’d pull over if you were falling asleep while driving. So, if your surgeon tells you it’s not safe to drive after surgery, you’d follow their instructions, right? After plastic surgery some patients choose to … Continue reading

Labiaplasty: The How and Why

The highly personal nature of labiaplasty can make it difficult to discuss. The stigma or taboo that still surrounds this procedure may prevent women from getting the information they need. I want to start a discussion about labiaplasty, as it … Continue reading

Technology No Substitute for an Experienced Surgeon

As a plastic surgeon, I need to be open-minded and well-informed about what modern technology has to offer. My top priority has to be the safety and efficacy of the procedures I perform for my patients. If technology can improve … Continue reading

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