"Imperfect ourselves, We must be tender toward Others" Gandhi
During the last several years I have had the pleasure and the privilege of working with hundreds of patients to help achieve their Facial Plastic Surgery needs. I truly consider myself to be fortunate and lucky to enjoy what I do everyday and indulge my passion for the Art and Science of Facial Plastic Surgery. The gratification I receive when meeting patients after their procedures and hearing their heartfelt "thank you" and feeling their excitement is what makes it all worthwhile. Patients talk about renewed interests in old hobbies, seeing old acquaintances again, feeling energetic around their grandchildren, re-entering the workforce or getting that extra motivation to rekindle romance in their personal lives. It is this positive exchange that made me realize that Cosmetic Karma® was a dream of mine that could be achieved.
Why not take all these positive feelings and energy enjoyed by myself and my patients and share some of it with others who could also use something positive in their lives? Well that's what we are doing with Cosmetic Karma® and you as a patient can be directly involved. It is my directive as initiator of the Cosmetic Karma® service to donate a portion of all fees from each and every procedure performed by myself on my patients to a fund which will allow me to provide Facial Reconstructive procedures to victims of domestic violence, birth defects and civilian victims of warfare and violence. It's a perfect way for my self and you the patient to enjoy the positive benefits of Cosmetic Surgery while reaching out to those in need at the same time. I wish to have you the patient directly involved in the process, so please ask questions and if you know of anyone who could benefit from my services please let me know.
This is Amna, a young girl who lives in Northern India. She has a facial tumor that in America could have been easily treated and taken care of for her. Unfortunately for her, she comes from a very poor family and cannot afford even the most basic medical care. Through Cosmetic Karma I will be performing her surgery in India in December 2009. She and her family are very grateful that Patients from America are helping her have her tumor removed that otherwise would have continued to grow and cause her serous problems both medically and socially. It is in direct ways like this that we can spread good will and positive energy by synergizing cosmetic surgery with compassion for our fellow human beings.