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How to Afford Plastic Surgery

The universal rule of every aesthetic surgical practice is that full payment is due in advance. Perhaps you’ve carefully saved money toward your goal of having cosmetic surgery in order to look and feel your best. But even if you aren’t currently prepared to pay up front, you may not need to put your dream… Read More »

  • Posted on: Apr 8 2016
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The ISAPS Global Survey: Why the Media in Your Country Want the Results

Let’s be honest: plastic surgery fascinates many people. Some may simply be curious about what procedures are available and how they work, while others are considering having plastic surgery themselves but may not know where to start. Still others labor under misconceptions and false assumptions about what plastic surgery is, or who has it and… Read More »

  • Posted on: Mar 16 2016
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Time Management for Physicians

One plastic surgeon believes that all doctors fall into one of three categories: 1) those who are always on time, organized and constantly working, 2) those who stress about being unable to manage their time efficiently, and 3) those who don’t do anything on time and are not bothered by it. Time Management for Physicians.

  • Posted on: Mar 16 2016
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The Secret of Building a Great Office Team

Even though you became a plastic surgeon to work with patients, there’s another group that is crucial to the success of your practice — your office staff. Don’t assume you can handle everything yourself. If your practice is larger than three or four employees, you may want to hire an office manager. The Secret of… Read More »

  • Posted on: Mar 16 2016
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Choosing a Surgeon

In most countries, any licensed physician can perform cosmetic surgery; it’s a lucrative, growing field, and many practitioners are eager to jump on the bandwagon. Read more about choosing a surgeon.

  • Posted on: Mar 16 2016
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Plastic vs. Cosmetic Surgery

Because many plastic surgeons also market themselves as cosmetic surgeons, the two terms are often used interchangeably. Globally, the medical community recognizes distinct differences between two basic categories of procedures: • surgery to repair damage and restore function to areas of the body that are injured or have congenital defects (burn scars, cleft palates, deviated septum,… Read More »

  • Posted on: Mar 16 2016
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10 Reasons You Should Never Choose the Least Expensive Plastic Surgeon

When it comes to your face and body, the lowest price isn’t necessarily a bargain; your appearance and self-image are too valuable to entrust to anyone less than a board-certified plastic surgeon practicing in an accredited facility. Click here to learn ten things to look for in your surgeon before you’re tempted to take bargain-hunting… Read More »

  • Posted on: Mar 16 2016
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A New Video on the International Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) Website Warns Patients About Going Overseas to Seek Cosmetic Procedures

New York, NY – February 10, 2016 – A new video on the International Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) website (1) stresses the importance of getting plastic surgery procedures  from only board certified plastic surgeons. President of ISAPS, Susumu Takayanagi, MD reveals that Millennials now make up a much larger portion of the patient… Read More »

  • Posted on: Feb 29 2016
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How Men and Women Make Buying Decisions Differently

In your practice, you’ve probably already observed that patients make buying decisions based on differences in age, social class, and gender. Retail anthropology has broadly classified the four most influential factors: cultural, social, psychological and personal. Click here to read more about how men and women make buying decisions differently.

  • Posted on: Feb 22 2016
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