Why I Tweet

As a plastic surgeon with a growing practice, it’s important to me to stay in touch with my Washington DC facelift and plastic surgery patients to help them learn about news and events in the plastic surgery field. Twitter gives me a quick and easy way to share my thoughts with my patients as well as individuals interested in plastic surgery.

Twitter is particularly effective in delivering information in a fast, easy manner. For instance, I can share posts that I’ve written on various sites with my Twitter followers so that they can easily access answers to common plastic surgery and non-surgical cosmetic treatment questions. Twitter also allows me to link to other relevant news or my own blog, where I can offer more extensive information on various cosmetic topics.

What are your thoughts about plastic surgeons using Twitter and other social media outlets? Do you find it helpful?

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