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 important all the same: listening. We must listen to our patients in order to do …

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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 get behind the wheel before being given the green light from their surgeon, but it's …

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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 has the potential to make a positive impact on the lives of many women. What …

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