Fellowship Trained Eye Plastic Surgeon and Board Certified Ophthalmologist Dr. Deborah Sherman, who has the highest level of training in plastic surgery around the eyes joins eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Information Channel.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Deborah Sherman discuss the following:
- What does “lose your 11” refer to?
- How does BOTOX relieve the ‘11’?
- What would you say are some common misconceptions about BOTOX?
- What is the most important thing you tell your patients about getting BOTOX treatments?
- What other issues can BOTOX resolve?
Located in Nashville, Tennessee, Dr. Sherman has been performing eyelid surgery 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 meetings. She has also been invited overseas to teach these advanced cosmetic techniques to surgeons throughout Russia 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 Oculoplastics 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).
Dr. Sherman is 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 has written many articles that have been published in peer-reviewed journals. She teaches colleagues and future surgeons all over the world about cosmetic techniques for use specifically in plastic surgery around the eyes. Dr. Sherman and her staff offer educational seminars about the various cosmetic treatments available.