What comes to mind when you think plastic and cosmetic surgery? Do you fear people think that it’s superficial? Tummy tucks and facelifts, people trying to regain the glory of their youth or trying to look photo shopped in real life? Maybe you think it’s sad how society has fallen to the god of self-image.
Take a look again. There’s more to cosmetic surgery than you ever considered!
Dr. Stong at Kalos Plastic Surgery knows that plastic surgery can provide hope and healing to people in the worst circumstances.
You’ve seen pictures of children in less fortunate countries. Children with deformities on their faces and bodies. If left unresolved, cleft palates contribute to malnutrition. “Abnormalities” can affect the arc of success for a person’s entire life. Through the work of the Face to Face program, Dr. Stong has been able to help many children regain a healthier childhood and life through surgical correction.
The National Domestic Violence Project is a charitable organization that helps survivors heal from the trauma of abuse. Repairing facial injuries is the first step in regaining the self-esteem and confidence needed to move forward and heal. Dr. Stong considers it a privilege to be involved in rebuilding the ruins left by domestic violence.
Finally, as a patriot, Dr. Stong supports the US troops at home and abroad. Through Faces of Honor he provides plastic surgery assistance to soldiers and veterans with combat wounds from Iraq and Afghanistan. Reconstructing the face of one of the protectors of the nation is an honor Dr. Stong takes seriously.
So you see, there is more to plastic surgery than nose jobs and breast augmentation. It has the power to restore health and function, to rebuild what is lost.
Post Provided by Benjamin Stong MD, Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery LLC
5670 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd NE, #910
Atlanta, GA 30342
Phone: (404) 963-6665