For better or worse, this is the best time to get cosmetic surgery

best time for cosmetic surgery

ShareHere we are, emerging from  the acute phase of the coronavirus pandemic, entering the unknown chronic phase. There is much we still don’t know about the virus, including why some become symptomatic but others remain asymptomatic. Even with these unknowns, … Continue reading

What’s not going to happen if there’s a new surge of coronavirus

new surge of coronavirus

Share Let’s review the initial response to the first wave of coronavirus by hospitals, city and state governments. Hospitals cancelled elective cases. Cities and states ordered a shelter in place order, shut down restaurants and closed parks and beaches.   … Continue reading

Hospitals and surgery centers not performing cosmetic surgery

performing cosmetic surgery

ShareHere in San Francisco, the city and health department issued a directive on May 15th allowing elective surgery. In the directive, it was very clear elective surgery, including cosmetic surgery and dental procedures, could move forward. For this reason, we … Continue reading

No more waiting in doctor’s offices!

no more waiting in doctor

ShareWhen we consider black swan events, which I’ve discussed here before, they’re often looked at in a negative connotation. And rightly so. But in an effort to find a silver lining to this pandemic, we should consider the pandemic as … Continue reading

America has to reopen for business… but not at the same time

reopen for business

ShareThis post may ultimately sound self serving because I’m recommending something that benefits my city and my business. But it doesn’t make these recommendations any less appropriate. San Francisco is ready to reopen for business at the end of the … Continue reading