Consumers Believe in Price Transparency. So Should You!

ShareThe article below is being reposted in its entirety. To see the original in Modern Aesthetics magazine, click here.   As physicians pursuing cosmetic patients, we’ve become more marketing director than healthcare provider in some instances. It feels like we’re … Continue reading

Breast Lift without Implants

ShareYou may want bigger breasts, you may want perkier breasts. If you’re one of the lucky ones, you may have all of the ingredients already! With enough breast tissue, you may have all the volume necessary without implants…you just need … Continue reading

Is Donald Trump bad for plastic surgery?!

ShareThis presidential election cycle has been so mesmerizing, similar to a car accident that you can’t ignore. It consumes our conversations with friends, family and coworkers. It’s a campaign that’s very negative, including many personal attacks and charges of candidates ill-equipped … Continue reading

BuildMyBod in Cosmetic Surgery Times: How do your prices compare?

ShareReposted below in it’s entirety is an article by Lisette Hilton, published by the Cosmetic Surgery Times on October 11, 2016.   BuildMyBod, an online marketplace connecting doctors and patients, where consumers can check pricing, get quotes and make online … Continue reading

Repeat CoolSculpting Treatments

ShareWe’ve found an interesting phenomenon with our CoolSculpting (non-surgical fat reduction) patients. Over 90% want repeat CoolSculpting treatments! Not because it didn’t work but because it did. CoolSculpting is a non-surgical way to freeze fat and reduce the fat layer … Continue reading

Cleveland Clinic Plastic Surgery joins BuildMyBod Health

ShareBig news! If you’re considering cosmetic surgery, you probably want to know how much it costs? You’re not alone. BuildMyBod Health, the first platform to offer doctor-provided pricing information to consumers has a new first. The Cleveland Clinic Plastic Surgery … Continue reading

Online Purchases for Healthcare Services

ShareIn the past, you would get a healthcare service and then get the bill after the fact. Maybe it was covered by your insurance or maybe you owed a lot of money. But now, with consumers shouldering more of their … Continue reading