2016 My Face & My Body Global Aesthetic Awards Nomination
To My Dearest Friends and Patients:
With thanks for your loyalty and encouragement, I am privileged to be a finalist in the 2016 My Face & My Body Global Aesthetic Awards. Thank you for allowing me the pleasure of being connected to you and for gracing my life with your light and support. It is of the utmost importance to me that you know just how much your presence has positively impacted me, and my staff, at SSK Plastic Surgery.
With thanks for your loyalty and encouragement, I am privileged to be a finalist in the 2016 My Face & Body Global Aesthetic Awards.
This prestigious award is not only a testament to how my patients feel about me; it is equally a reflection of how much I care about them.
One of the most-important lessons that I learned in medical school (and still value today) is the importance of telling people how much I care. Having the proper skill set and training to perform surgery is imperative. But, even more important is to appreciate each life, each person who stands before me, willing to trust me with his or her future. I have never taken a life for granted, and the collective support I have received so far as a plastic surgeon shows me just how priceless relationships are. Thank you, again, for being an important part of my life and my medical practice.
As you know, I am intensely passionate about plastic surgery, and I would love every day of my profession even without the awards that have recognized my accomplishments.
But, I am certainly honored and grateful to be considered for awards in my field based on the love and time I have invested to perfect my craft. This nomination and your ongoing loyalty honor me. Would you please register your vote for SSK Plastic Surgery? If so, please do so through this link as soon as you can: http://www.myfacemybody.com/us/award-entry/?nid=30.
Thank you for reading this letter, for voting for SSK, and for continuing to support me as much as I will always do my utmost for you.
Sean Kelishadi, M.D. FACS