DR. FLINT'S
PERSPECTIVE

“As a female surgeon, I feel I share similar perspectives with my patients regarding a desire to appear rejuvenated and fit. I can easily understand the desire to recoup what cannot be accomplished in the gym or with diet. I identify with the improved self-esteem that can be obtained following an excellent result from cosmetic surgery. I listen to my patients’ goals and strive to create excellent, natural results.”

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Dr. Patti Flint
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October 8, 2020 Published by

It’s tempting to think about a facelift as one, single procedure that is going to “fix all your problems” and “turn back the hands of time” and “make you look like a movie star.” The truth is, like many complex things in life, rejuvenating your look requires a nuanced, multifaceted approach to address the signs of aging on multiple levels.... Read the full post

July 24, 2020 Published by

So you’re thinking about having plastic surgery? I’m glad you’ve found your way to this blog. I’m happy to talk to anyone about breast augmentation, tummy tucks, facelifts and more, and I’m passionate about making sure my patients are having plastic surgery for the right reasons, with realistic expectations. Women especially come to the “plastic surgery table” with many different... Read the full post

June 17, 2020 Published by

Luscious Lips in Less Than an Hour Ever noticed how lips on younger faces seem plumper and shapelier than lips that have been around for a bit longer? It’s another one of the inevitable effects of aging. While many have heard of “lip injections” which have been very effective for many of my patients, there is another option that yields... Read the full post

April 30, 2020 Published by

I talk a lot about the importance of natural-looking results for women and how, as a woman myself, I’m passionate about this philosophy, but today I’d like to talk specifically about male considerations when it comes to plastic surgery and facial rejuvenation. More and more men are seeking both surgical and non-surgical procedures for a variety of reasons. They aren’t... Read the full post

March 29, 2020 Published by

I am a firm believer in the benefits of free speech, but as it relates to science, I do believe authors should have to provide a scintilla of evidence that what they are professing to be true is based in scientific fact. Alas the internet does not have any such requirements, and as such, I am seeing more and more... Read the full post


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