Archive for the ‘ Digital Technology and Cosmetic Facial Surgery ’ Category
Richmond, Virginia cosmetic facial surgeon Joe Niamtu, III DMD discusses his experience of being chosen as a Google Glass Explorer.
In an earlier post, I described the work involved with writing a major cosmetic facial surgery text. I literally spent 3-4 hours a day (and sometimes up to 11 hours) writing chapters on common topics of cosmetic facial surgery. Being a major text from one of the best known medical publishers (Elsevier Saunders) there is […]
One of the true joys of being alive in this day and age is the Internet. For those of us that are older than 20 years of age it is hard to imagine life without it. The Internet has empowered us and made encyclopedias and dictionaries obsolete. It seems that you can find out […]
Welcome to word one, day one of my blog. A lot has changed since the last century (8 years ago)! While in my surgery residency I, one-day, saw a bunch of people in the surgery office huddled around a new fangled machine shaking their heads in disbelief. One of the doctors was saying “you mean to […]