Plastic Surgery Blog
Knowing Yourself and Your Plastic Surgeon: Clasping Your Hands and Determining If You Are Right-Brained or Left-BrainedPublished on February 20, 2013 by
Knowing Yourself and Your Plastic Surgeon: Clasping Your Hands and Determining If You Are Right-Brained or Left-Brained My Allergan business-development representative conducted a wonderful leadership seminar in my office that gave my staff a rousing and thoughtful view on leadership. A fun exercise that we did was to clasp our fingers together like in prayer […]
The Outer Face: Converting Double Concavities into Convexities The one thing that I cannot stand is seeing a face that appears disjointed, i.e., part of the face has been over augmented relative to another. Perhaps the two biggest problem areas that I see are the lips and the cheeks. In fact, I have come up […]
Cosmetic Facial Enhancement: A Mechanic vs. an Artist I had a lady come to my office a few months ago who said that she went somewhere else for a facial fat transfer because it was a couple of thousand dollars less than what I charged. She then came to me to touch up the work […]
Understanding the Role of Artistry in Cosmetic Surgery and Enhancement Pablo Picasso Studio One of the greatest compliments that I received was from an Italian plastic surgeon who flew from Italy trusting me to work on his wife’s face, which I performed in front of him. I undertook a fat transfer on her face to […]
Dallas Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Sam Lam, discusses his ideas on artistry and design in excellent facial cosmetic surgery and how he differs from his colleagues who practice facial enhancement procedures.