Many people view cosmetic plastic surgery as a form of art, but Dr. Peter Schmid takes things to the next level. Both a renown sculptor and plastic surgeon, this episode of The Plastic Surgery Revolution features a series of fascinating topics. Beginning with the history behind Dr. Schmid and how he became both an artist and a medical professional, these two respected doctors discuss body dysmorphia, the responsibility of a plastic surgeon and more.
With the onset of social media and Snapchat filters, we are living in a new age of what people expect beauty to be. Dr. Peter Schmid’s new program which marriages both art & cosmetic surgery and emphasizes the responsibility of “sculpting” the body. Understanding these concepts is essential to anyone looking to go ahead with a procedure with unrealistic expectations. It’s also equally as crucial for plastic surgeons to recognize just how far a procedure should go.
Tune in to the latest episode of Dr. Steven Davis’s podcast below with sculptor and plastic surgeon, Dr. Peter Schmid.
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