Plastic Surgery Newsletters: Valuable or Junk?

Many plastic surgery practices offer an online newsletter for their current and future patients. We all likely understand the desire to keep spam out of our email inboxes, but I’d like to set the record straight here — newsletter emails are far from junk mail. Our Long Island plastic surgery practice works hard to craft newsletters each month or so that are packed with valuable information.

What readers seem to appreciate most about these newsletters are the deals. Many practices provide information on limited-time offers of both surgical and non-surgical treatments. Patients can take advantage of buy-one-get-one-free deals on skincare products, for instance, and sometimes save hundreds of dollars on surgery.

Another great thing about newsletters is right in the name — news. Plastic surgeons use this platform to tell patients about new advances in the medical field that they might not have heard about yet. Newsletters also feature details about changes at plastic surgery practices, such as the addition of a new doctor or aesthetician, or a practice beginning to offer a new procedure.

These newsletters won’t crowd your inbox with frequent messages that say little. Rather, they’ll come every so often and be filled with information that may really apply to you. To see examples of what our practice’s newsletters usually look like, view our archive.

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