Welcome to beauty, art, and medicine – a blog by Dr. Jared Nimtz of the Waldman Schantz Plastic Surgery Center!
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Every six weeks or so, I go to get my hair cut. Now, I’m not an expert on hair cutting or hairstyles. I do know what I like, and what I think looks nice, but how to achieve the look I want is more difficult. Many people approach plastic surgery in a similar way. Consider the mother who faces deflated breasts, who just wants “them to look perky again.” The older gentleman who wants to “comfortably fit into clothes.” A lady who wants to “look younger and more refreshed.” Even the younger woman who wants larger breasts may not fully appreciate the variety of choices available.
The internet has done much to advance the interest people have in plastic surgery. Whether information comes from people offering their surgical stories, or surgeons offering advice, or even celebrity bloggers offering plastic surgery watches, the reader is left wondering what they should trust, and how they should go about reaching their cosmetic goals.
In starting this blog, I hope to accomplish several things. I want it to introduce people to reliable information to plan their future consultations, but I also want to expand the readers’ understanding of what beauty is, and how to achieve it. To accomplish this I’ll be discussing art, science, and nature in ways you may not have previously considered.
This blog will by no means sidestep the standard consultation process that should precede any medical or surgical procedure. If you find something here that interests you, please make an appointment and come see me and the rest of the Waldman Schantz Plastic Surgery team. The location is new and elegant, and the quality of care is exceptional.