What is it like to be a plastic surgeon? This is a super loaded question, but let’s get into the different things that make up the work. Let’s start with some things I love about being a plastic surgeon. I enjoy working with patients of different ages. There is a lot of diversity and I can do cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. Also, it’s really nice that many of the procedures we perform are elective and come within the cash payout of the surgeries. This allows us to make sure we get paid without having to argue with insurance companies to get paid. That’s why I do what I do, not even close. It’s a nice plus, though. Most important to me is that I can help people wake up every day and help people look and feel their best. We all want to get up and feel good about ourselves. When we feel good, we are able to show ourselves as ourselves and perform better in our relationships, our jobs and whatever else we take on! Having received a rhinoplasty when I was 24, I know him firsthand. Let’s talk a little about the part of plastic surgery that’s not much talked about, though. Most people don’t understand how much reconstructive surgery we do. Nobody talks about having to perform surgeries on burn victims, breast cancer patients and other reconstructive surgeries that come with the tragic events in people’s lives. I have had young patients in their 20s, 30s and 40s who died from breast cancer. It’s not an easy thing to deal with and it definitely takes a toll on you. Knowing that you can also be someone who positively impacts their lives in one of those tough times is incredibly rewarding, though! One of these that I tell all pre-med students is this; If money is your motivation in medicine, choose something else! If you want to impact someone’s life and want to help people, becoming a doctor can be a great way to do that. When you do things for the right reasons, the financial side will come and people will gravitate towards you. Dr. Richard Brown shows you how to tell if you could benefit from a breast lift procedure. In this surgical video, she shows you the distance from her nipple to the crease of her skin and where she usually places it when performing the procedure. Richard Brown is one of the top plastic surgeons in Sun City and Scottsdale, Arizona. If you’d like more information on how to connect with Brown Plastic Surgery or Dr. Richard J. Brown, find out more on our website: Connect with Dr. Brown personally on Instagram: Find out what you need to know before plastic surgery by reading the book by Dr. Brown, “The Real Beauty Bible: Navigating Your Journey Through Plastic Surgery”. .
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