“The future of plastic surgery and innovation is in changing the educational process…if we’re harming celebrities who are by definition the celebrated people of our culture…if we can’t even do that right, then we’re doing a very poor job,” says Dr. Howard Stupak, board-certified member of the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Specializing exclusively in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the face, head, and neck, he is best known for his delicate technique and natural-appearing results—which seem hard to come by, as evidenced by the many “botched” plastic surgeries experienced by even the wealthiest celebrities. What’s going on here?
Dr. Stupak provides his answer to this question, sheds light on the world of plastic and reconstructive surgery, offers his opinion on what’s gone wrong and why, and discusses how the future of plastic surgery needs to be redirected. Among other topics, he also discusses the most common reasons people seek plastic surgery, how to manage patient expectations, and the relationship between sleep problems and functional rhinoplasty.
Tune in and reach out to Dr. Stupak’s Connecticut-based private practice at 203-227-1826.