Synergy: More than a Name

In this first Cosmetic Surgery Chronicle post, I’m excited to share the culmination of a vision, one that I’ve refined after many years of work and dedication.

I recently opened my own private plastic surgery practice near Austin, Texas in a beautiful town called Round Rock. In preparation, I wanted choose a name for my practice that held a special meaning. I found the name Synergy Plastic Surgery especially fitting because the word “synergy” captures several important qualities.

Synergy means “the enhanced results of many parts working together,” and I see it in many facets of my practice including:

  • Myself as a surgeon. My surgical abilities have emerged from the synergy of many years of training by master surgeons and refined personal technique.
  • My staff. Our entire team of sharp, enthusiastic professionals work to-gether to create a warm and supportive environment for our patients. Each member makes their own unique and vital contribution, and our combined efforts enhance the overall patient experience.
  • Surgical outcomes. The advanced techniques I use bring together my years of experience and modern technologies to give my patients the most impressive surgical results that naturally integrate with their appearance.

I look forward to enriching the lives of the women and men who visit my practice. As an Austin cosmetic plastic surgeon I have the rare opportunity to combine my passion for aesthetics with advanced surgical skills.

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