Apologies without plans of actions are just words. Empty words. But here is the amazing part that many don’t understand. Words lead to change.
My name is Dr. Val, and I yelled at the nurse. After two terrible back-to-back experiences at the outpatient center, I yelled at the nurse, and no, I am not sorry.
There’s an intimacy about plastic surgery that a lot of people won’t comprehend. There are so many relationships – existing and co-existing – at the time of surgery.
As I stand in my kitchen looking for a knife to cut this apple, I remember that iron has always sharpened iron. But what do you do if your sword no longer is sharp? Run, run fast. And don’t look back.
I’ve heard it all when it comes to reasons why African-American women feel like they don’t “need” Botox. And I get it. You are scared you are going to look like the lady on the news with the asymmetric eyebrow and the frozen face.
Although time after time I meet patients who’s first concern is the cost of plastic surgery, I frequently remind patients that cost should be the last on the list of priorities when it comes to plastic surgery.
Time and time again we hear stories of negative outcomes at the hand of an untrained provider or physician. The reasons we continue to hear these stories is because of one thing...money.
Low-hanging fruit keeps you fed without too much risk. How many times have you settled on low-hanging fruit and what can you do about it?
As you list your resolutions and prepare to make this year the best year, you may be considering improvements in your health and wellness.
As we see the pink ribbons and calls to get mammograms, we may forget that, for some women, every month is breast cancer awareness month.