Facial plastic surgery is my passion.
It is, without question, exactly what I was meant to do.
Until this year, I used IG predominantly to share before and after photos of people who trusted me to change their lives for the better.
I still do that several times per week, and hope you find my patients’ new beginnings inspirational.
More recently, I have also started sharing one of my other passions on IG: teaching.
Teaching has always come naturally to me.
If, someday, I could no longer be a doctor, I would definitely be a teacher.
In fact, the word “doctor” comes from the Latin word for "teacher," itself from docēre, meaning "to teach.”
I enjoy teaching residents, fellows, and visiting surgeons, and normally spend six to eight weeks per year teaching my techniques around the world.
This year, stuck at home, I focused on a new type of teaching: using IG to explain complex facial surgery concepts in layman‘s terms.
As many of you know, I do that through extemporaneous “walk and talk” videos, sit-down IGTV videos, and weekend story Q&A’s.
The feedback I have received on all of these has been overwhelmingly positive! People tell me they love the information I’m sharing.
Because of this, my page has grown to 60k faster than I ever could’ve imagined.
I want to sincerely thank each of you for helping me reach this milestone. I love being able to impact not only my patients’ lives, but also educate, inspire, and entertain all of you.
🙏🏾 Thank you for giving me the opportunity!
❤️ If you find value in my content, please spread the word! Tag a friend and share this post on your story.
🙌 I would be grateful to be able to help even more people over the months and years to come. ...