Dr. Deborah Sherman, Board-Certified Surgeon and Founder of Sherman Aesthetic Center in Nashville, Tennessee again joins eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Information Channel to educate us on how our lips can go from lacking to luscious.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Deborah Sherman discuss the following:
- Dr. Sherman tell us why women care about their lips and the role lips play in making our faces attractive?
- Describe the normal aging changes of the face. In particular, the changes to the lips that we all should look for.
- What is the best treatment for a less than perfect lip? Botox or filler?
- Many women fear the duck lip, how can you get natural results?
- How does one know which lip filler is right for them?
Located in Nashville, Tennessee, Dr. Sherman has been performing cosmetic eyelid surgery and aesthetic injectable treatments for over twenty years. She is recognized as a top plastic surgeon for eyes and is often invited to teach her innovative approaches to her colleagues at national and international meetings. She has also been invited overseas to teach advanced cosmetic techniques to surgeons throughout Russia, Spain, Italy, Canada, Australian, Korea, and China.
Dr. Sherman received her specialty training by top surgeons associated with the Department of Ophthalmology at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. She further advanced her training in cosmetic surgery techniques during her oculoplastic fellowship at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin. There, she studied under the direction of Richard K. Dortzbach MD, a former President of ASOPRS, American Society of Ophthalmic, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (Oculofacial Plastic Surgery). She is currently a fellow of the American Society of Ophthalmic, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (Oculofacial Plastic Surgery) which requires completion of a clinical fellowship, original research, and written and oral Board Examinations.
Dr. Sherman has served as the Botox® national spokesperson for their “Lose Your 11” Campaign, during which she taught “beauty buzzmakers” in educational seminars in over thirty US cities. She has been a guest on multiple local and national television and radio shows and is often quoted in magazines including: People, Allure, Marie Claire, Redbook, Shape, and Self. Dr Sherman has written articles on periorbital anatomy that have been published in peer-reviewed journals.
With over 20 years of training physicians in aesthetic techniques, Dr. Sherman continues to teach physicians both internationally and nationally including eye surgeons, dermatologists, and plastic surgeons in training at Vanderbilt University where she is an Assistant Clinical Professor.
Dr. Sherman and her staff offer educational seminars about the various cosmetic treatments available.
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