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Building a Referral Engine for Your Practice

Even in the 21st century, referral marketing still comes down to one essential thing: word-of-mouth. The technology that generates this word-of-mouth may have changed, but the principle is the same. If you do good work, patients tell others, and your reputation grows. Plastic surgery isn’t the kind of service that can be “sold” through traditional… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jul 6 2016
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Breast Surgeries: Less is More

No two pairs of breasts are alike. In fact, there’s plenty of room for variation between one breast and the other. Breast surgeries: Less is More.

  • Posted on: Jun 3 2016
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Understanding the Tummy Tuck

If you’re ready to learn more about which type of abdominoplasty is right for you, you can use the ISAPS website to find a board-certified plastic surgeon who can help you achieve the body you want. More information about tummy tucks.

  • Posted on: Jun 3 2016
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Brazilian Women Love Big Derrieres — Cultural Approaches to Plastic Surgery

You can get a general idea of how these standards vary by country just looking at the ISAPS Global Statistics. It is well-known that the U.S. leads in breast augmentation and lift surgeries — which isn’t surprising, given the Hollywood-inspired preference for large, rounded breasts. Rhinoplasty is universally popular. Cultural Approaches to Plastic Surgery

  • Posted on: Jun 3 2016
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ISAPS LEAP Program — Why getting Involved can help grow your practice and make a difference in the lives of others

Humanitarian outreach, along with patient safety and education, is a crucial pillar of ISAPS’ mission. All three of these are combined in our partnership with LEAP Global Missions, a humanitarian organization which performed almost fifty surgeries on patients in Zimbabwe during the 2009 cholera epidemic, and laid the foundation for an ongoing medical education program… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 3 2016
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Liposuction 101: Myths and Facts

Is liposuction really a “miracle cure” for obesity? If you’re overweight, can you have liposuction and then go back to eating all the fattening foods you want? What about exercise – you’ll never have to do that again, right? Alas, these and many other myths about liposuction have made their way around the world. Liposuction Myths… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 3 2016
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Keeping It Real: The Best Ways to Deal with Unrealistic Patient Expectations

As every plastic surgeon knows firsthand, there are patients who arrive in our offices seeking results that cannot be achieved with any surgery: they want to look exactly like their favorite celebrity, or salvage a romantic relationship, or cure their depression, or any number of other less-than-ideal reasons. The Best Ways to Deal with Unrealistic Patient… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 3 2016
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Managing Your In-House Mailing List

It takes time, patience and careful strategy to build an organic in-house mailing list of potential patients and other people who are vital to the running and growth of your practice. They have opted to receive regular updates about your practice, general information about aesthetic plastic surgery, and notifications of special offers and promotions. Tips… Read More »

  • Posted on: May 18 2016
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Google AdWords for Beginners

The algorithm used by Google and other search engines to rank results is a closely guarded, ever-changing secret that even industry insiders scramble to keep up with. Professional SEO marketers rely on both research and educated guesswork when strategizing their content. Your best method is to find out what search terms your prospective client pool… Read More »

  • Posted on: May 18 2016
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