Blog posts in category "Dr Kim San Francisco"
Guest blogger Charity Ohlund talks about the differences between customer behavior at a restaurant and at a plastic surgeon's office.
Another ecological green thought gone wrong - CFL light bulbs may cause skin cancer. Well, at least on human skin cells in a lab setting.
The New York Times reported on a disturbing new technique for breast augmentation, which is being marketed as a better and safer choice by some unscrupulous medical practitioners - awake plastic surgery.
Walgreens and Express Scripts have finally kissed and made up. Starting September 15, 2012, supposedly, in San Francisco and the rest of the USA, you should be able to get your prescriptions filled at Walgreen’s if your pharmacy benefit manager is Express Scripts.
Dr. Kim's San Francisco plastic surgery office is thrilled to welcome Michelle Fletcher to the team.
I recently went to Malawi, a sub-Saharan country in Africa, with Operation of Hope, to do a week’s worth of cleft lip and palate surgery. I’ve been on medical missions like this one before, so I sort of knew what to expect, but I was more touched and emotional than ever compared to other trips.
San Francisco plastic surgeon Dr. Roy Kim just returned from a mission trip to Malawi with Operation of Hope. Here are a few sneak peeks from his journey.
I am happy to welcome Dr. Jonathan Berman, Boca Raton plastic surgeon, back to my blog today with his thoughts on the definition of beauty as it relates to geography.
A New York Times article recently reported on a phenomenon called enclothed cognition, which is the effect of clothing on cognitive processes. How could this shed light on life after plastic surgery?