November 29th, 2016
We love receiving notes from patients sharing their personal experience at Bashioum Cosmetic Surgery Center. We strive to make each patient feel confident and comfortable choosing us for their cosmetic surgery procedure. Thank you to Barb for her kind comments below and giving her permission to include them here. And a big thank you to Sandy (pictured left), our Patient Coordinator, and all our staff for providing outstanding care to our patients each and every day!
“Hi Sandy, I hope you are doing well! I want to thank you again for the wonderful work you and your office did with us. You did a spectacular job making us feel comfortable. You are a wonderful person and we enjoyed getting to know you. Next time I’m in Wayzata, I’ll stop by! Barb H.
November 10th, 2016
Is it true that how you feel about your body image affects your self-confidence? During my practice as a cosmetic surgeon for over 30 years, I have found that many patients report they have a renewed level of self-confidence after their recovery from cosmetic surgery. Perhaps the perception of feeling that a physical change reflected in body image contributes to feeling better about yourself. This change may contribute to a boost in self-confidence. Certainly this has been the case with Lisa. She graciously shared her story and insights with “Twin Cities Live” awhile ago, but this same scenario happens every week with patients in my office following surgery. My staff and I always appreciate hearing stories like Lisa’s. Sometimes a subtle change can even make a difference, particularly for women experiencing physical changes to their body following pregnancy. Often these changes cannot be fixed through diet or exercise, but elective cosmetic surgery can be the answer. Collectively these surgeries have been referred to as Mommy Makeovers. Breast restoration after pregnancy is one particular surgery that is quite effective in restoring a woman’s figure to eliminate breast sagging and/or loss of fullness. Watch Lisa’s story on our Nipntuck YouTube channel in this video.
Thank you again to Lisa for allowing the “Twin Cities Live” cameras to document her story.