When people hear plastic surgery, chances are, they’re thinking aesthetically – how can plastic surgery make me more attractive, look better, etc.
What many people don’t realize is that plastic surgery is also an extremely philanthropic field. From breast reconstruction after a mastectomy to cleft palate deformities in children, plastic surgeons often dedicate their time away from the office to humanitarian causes, using their knowledge and skills to serve and help their local and global communities.
Dr. Strong is a passionate advocate of giving back through his work, and dedicates some of his time to such causes as the Face to Face humanitarian program (including the International Assistance arm), Faces of Honor, and The National Domestic Violence Project. Through these programs and his practice, he’s able to help brave service men and women who’ve been injured in combat, those who have been victims of domestic violence and abuse, and men, women, and children abroad suffering from facial deformities, rare diseases, or trauma.
When selecting your plastic surgeon, it’s important to consider not only how skilled and qualified they are, but also how they’re serving the greater good. Supporting practices that support those in need extends the benefits of your surgery not only to you, but also to countless others within and outside of your community.
Give Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery a call today to learn more about Dr. Strong’s humanitarian efforts, and how we can help you, or someone you know who may be in need, look and feel like their best, most confident self.
Post Provided by Benjamin Stong MD, Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery LLC
5670 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd NE, #910
Atlanta, GA 30342
Phone: (404) 963-6665