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“Best Cosmetic Surgery Practice” Winner from Virginia Living Magazine for 9th Year in a Row

When I opened my email today and saw the words “Dear Best of Virginia 2020 Winner” it made my day.  Although I am proud to have won this honor for the 9th year in a row, it is my staff that deserves so much of the credit!  I have the greatest staff in the world […]

Face Masks and Cosmetic Facial Surgery Recovery

Ten years ago if you would have shown me a picture of people driving around and at restaurants wearing surgical masks, I would have thought it was a joke.  Obviously, it is not a joke and surgical masks have become a part of daily life and are not likely to go away soon.  Although they […]

Doomed in Zoom: A Doctors’ and Patients’ Guide to Successful Cosmetic Facial Surgery Video Consultation

Dr. Joe Niamtu, III discusses the pearls and pitfalls of video conferencing and consultation. Click Above to View For more information about cosmetic facial surgery visit Joe Niamtu, III DMD Cosmetic Facial Surgery Richmond, Virginia

Radiowave Surgical Techniques for the Cosmetic, Oral and Max and Dental Practice

My pleasure to present an online lecture tomorrow night Tuesday, May 19 5:30 EST on the Ellman Cynosure Radiowave System.  The lecture will cover cosmetic facial surgery, Oral and Maxillofacial and general dental practice applications with this affordable and dynamic system. Click above to register

Mothers are Superheroes!

  Like many, Mother’s Day always brings me happiness and a bit of sadness.  My mom would have been 95 this year and was the most awesome mom.  She always supported me, kept me in line (not easy), taught me to always be fair to everyone and look out for those less fortunate.  Her spirit […]

We Are Back: Safer Than Ever

So good to be operating again, I really missed all of our patients and staff.  I made this video as part of our commitment to explore the latest technologies of patient and personal protection in the COVID era. Dr. Joe Niamtu, III Cosmetic Facial Surgery Richmond, Virginia

We’re Back to Work With Your Safety In Mind

Since I was 10 years old and had a newspaper route I have continuously worked or been in school.  I have never “unemployed” in my life.  Like many of you, the past 6 weeks have been unprecedented and I have really missed my job, my staff and my patients.  Today we will return to work […]

Giving Back in the Covid-19 Crisis

I started working as an assistant newspaper delivery boy when I was eight years old and at ten years of age I inherited the paper route as my own.  Ever since that time I have never been without a job. I always worked part time during school, and it has been very strange to be […]

My Son Joey Celebrates his 20th Birthday

On April 12, 2000 I had the life changing experience of having my first child and son born.  A lifelong dream fulfilled.  Joey Niamtu, IV was born with normal birth scores and all seemed fine.  Within several months he began having seizures and we found out that his life would never be normal; our life […]

Music Legend (and personal hero) John Prine dies of Coronavirus at age 74

Either you knew who John Prine was or you did not.  If you did, you appreciated his folksy, country songs that told stories, sometimes with many meanings.  I first heard a John Prine song from my California buddy George Keene in the mid 1970’s.  Prine was a Chicago mailman who wrote songs while walking his […]