Storytelling is incredibly powerful and something that connects us all. That’s certainly been true of my time here at Southern Plastic Surgery since I founded the practice over 30 years ago. Every patient and every surgery is unique and tells their own story of cosmetic rejuvenation and self-improvement. Which is why we thought it would be appropriate to start off the new year by doing my part to tell the story of our plastic surgery practice and our commitment to our patients.
A big part of telling our story means telling the story of our cosmetic providers and staff, and the attention to detail and special care they provide. I am a double board-certified plastic surgeon who has been performing cosmetic and reconstructive surgery procedures for decades. This includes a wide variety of cosmetic procedures for the face, body, and breasts, signature surgical techniques like the Scarpa fascia tummy tuck for waist enhancement, male breast reductions, and surgical and non-surgical treatments for nose enhancement. And just as importantly, I am supported by an incredible group of other medical professionals and an administrator who share my vision of patient-centered plastic surgery care.
Our practice philosophy revolves around four central tenants:
- Treating our patients with the respect, discretion, and professionalism they deserve.
- Always acting with kindness and compassion.
- Identifying the real problems that are the root cause of each patient’s specific aesthetic issues.
- Working together to craft real solutions that will effectively solve these issues in a way that will provide long-term satisfaction and happiness.
In the video below, I discuss Southern Plastic Surgery’s unique approach to patient care and why we’ve had such success connecting with our patients over the years:
We look forward to meeting so many more new patients and hearing their stories this year. For more information or to schedule a complimentary plastic surgery consultation today, please contact me, Dr. David Whiteman, at Southern Plastic Surgery. You can follow along with us on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok for additional plastic surgery news, tips, practice updates, and much more.