Global Alliance Spotlight Member: American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Inc (ASAPS) President: Dr. Daniel C. Mills 1) How many Board certified plastic surgeons practice in the USA? There are approximately 6500 board certified plastic surgeons practicing in the U.S 2) From your society’s research and experience, what is the most popular aesthetic surgical procedure… Read More »
Everyone in every culture, it seems, is on a quest for the perfect nose. But of course, there is no such thing; beauty standards vary, and a “strong” nose that causes embarrassment in one culture may be highly prized in another. 10 things your patients need to know about Rhinoplasty.
Your practice runs on referrals – from patients, from colleagues, or from anybody who can testify to the quality of your skill and patient care. You’ll need to use different approaches to market yourself to each group, but the basic principles are the same in every case: you are asking people to recommend your services… Read More »
You may think your patients form their impression of you when they meet you for the first time in your office. You know how to present yourself professionally, how to listen, how to tailor a surgical plan to a patient’s specific needs. How to create a welcoming, professional environment for your patients that they’ll talk… Read More »
We took a poll and asked a small selection of ISAPS plastic surgeons all over the world what, if anything, they would tell young residents who were interested in getting into the specialty of aesthetic plastic surgery. Hear for yourself what their advice is.
Don’t be misled by popular misconceptions of plastic surgery as a hobby of the rich and famous, or as the solution guaranteed to bring perfect happiness. It’s important to sort out fact from fiction when choosing a plastic surgeon. Plastic surgery myths and mistakes to avoid.
If you’re considering cosmetic surgery but are put off by the price tag, you may want to consider having plastic surgery abroad with a board-certified plastic surgeon. Should you travel abroad for cosmetic surgery?
ISAPS Insurance – the hidden marketing tool to help you attract more patients. As an aesthetic plastic surgeon working in an increasingly competitive market, you’re always looking for opportunities to grow your practice. Understanding ISAPS Insurance.
As a plastic surgeon, you offer a service that nearly everybody wants. More and more people all over the world are having plastic surgery, and even those who don’t are often looking for some kind of aesthetic procedure. Click here for the dos and don’ts.
When the media contacts you or your practice, looking for a comment or a reaction, you likely think one of two things: “Oh, wonderful!” or “Oh, no!” It’s essential that you — or someone on your team — be readily prepared to respond to media inquiries. What to say when the media calls your office.