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  • Welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery.

    I’m your host Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice, What Your Patients are Saying, and consultant to plastic surgeons to get them more patients and profits.

    My guest today is Dr. Philip Miller, a double-board-certified facial plastic surgeon specializing in rhinoplasty and facelift in private practice on the upper east side of Manhattan for more than 2 decades and partner in Gotham Plastic Surgery.

    Dr. Miller is a clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at New York University School of Medicine, where he teaches facial plastic surgery to residents and students.

    Dr. Miller has authored numerous manuscript chapters and peer reviewed journal articles for rhinoplasty and neck rejuvenation.

    He is regularly invited to lecture on specific techniques with his peers at national facial plastic surgery meetings and has been voted Best Doctors in America and Top Doctor of NY since 2007.

    In 2019, he won the Castle Connelly top doctors Award. And has gotten much PR on the Discovery Channel, NBC, several top magazines, as well as The Wall Street Journal and The NY Times.

    Listen to the episode to learn:

    How he developed his practice structure for Gotham Plastic Surgery How he differentiates himself while successfully reaching his target markets How technology is an important aspect in his business model What drives him to be successful

    Want to learn more about Dr. Philip Miller? Visit his website www.DrPhilipMiller.com

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  • Beauty and the Biz with guest, Kristi Hustak, MD.

    Dr. Hustak is amongst the 7 plastic surgeons at the prestigious Aesthetic Center for Plastic Surgery in Houston, TX, where she's also the Assistant Program Director.

    They have a state-of-the-art private surgical center as well as med spas in 2 locations.

    Visit https://KristiHustakMD.com

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    Welcome to Beauty and the Biz - Where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery.

    I’m your host Catherine Maley, author of "Your Aesthetic Practice - What your patients are saying" and consultant to plastic surgeons to get them more patients and profits.

    ⬇️ Interview with Kristi Hustak, MD ⬇️

    Interview with Kristi Hustak, MD
    Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
    Assistant Program Director, Aesthetic Center for Plastic Surgery Aesthetic Fellowship
    ➡️ www.KristiHustakMD.com

    Dr. Kristi Hustak is the only female plastic surgeon of the 7 plastic surgeons who make up the prestigious Aesthetic Center for Plastic Surgery in Houston, TX. They have a state-of-the-art private surgical center as well as med spas in 2 locations.

    But what’s super interesting is that Dr. Hustak was born on an Apache Reservation in Whiteriver, AZ. ​

    She started her training in Ohio, completed a medical mission in Peru, graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Ohio state University College of Medicine, married her best friend and classmate, and settled in Texas; where they are raising their 3 children.

    ​Dr. Hustak, it’s a pleasure to have you on Beauty and the Biz. Welcome!

    ​First, I have to ask about your experience on a reservation.


    Q&A with Dr. Hustak:

    BUSINESS:

    Associate or partner? Democracy or dictator? Managing Surgeon? Meet often? Pros and Cons? Sales Leads? Staff issues?


    MARKETING:

    Did you have to market? Referral Source? As a practice or separately?

    https://kristihustakmd.com – her own website and blog since 2014

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  • Beauty and the Biz

    Google is saying what we've been saying for years on the top ways to attract and retain more cosmetic patients.

    Catherine shares the top 6 ways to do this. Solid advice that's helped dozens of practices reach their goals.

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    Transcript:

    I meet with my team every week to go over our numbers to ensure we're on track. And of course, I highly recommend you do the same. And I wasn't very happy with the results. Apparently, our organic reach and advertising results on Facebook and Instagram , they just decreased significantly for no big reason. Now it has something to do with the iOS update, and the no more iPhone tracking, which could be half or more of your audience, depending on where you live. And Google AdWords will also start restricting their audiences. Now these big guys are making it way more difficult for you to reach new prospective patients.

    Now, if plastic surgeons can't advertise to consumers, how the heck are you supposed to grow your practice? Right? So to find the answer for you, I did what I always do, I Googled it. And I Googled How do I get more cosmetic patients. Now, they listed six ways, and I happen to have an autopilot system that addresses four of them. So please check it out at www.KissLoyaltyClub.com.

    So, here are the six ways in more detail. Number one, get more reviews. Since Google owns the planet, I recommend you focus on Google reviews. Now Google wants the reviews to provide useful, constructive feedback that's detailed, specific and honest. Now the secret to reviews is the timing. Ask for your reviews when the patient is ecstatic with their results and with you. And then help them help you provide them with starter sentences to complete since a good review tells a full story for example, I wanted to improve blank because blank, I chose Dr. Smith because blank. My experience with the doctor in the staff was blank. And then how I feel about my result now is blank.

    Here's number two enhance your online presence. websites have evolved through the years, they look so different than they used to. So be sure yours has a fresh updated look. And it must be mobile friendly. Now include social media buttons, so patients get to know you better, and show off your skill with lots of before and after photos and videos of FAQs. For each procedure. Add fresh, updated content to as many different platforms as possible to increase your footprint on the internet.

    And here's number three, don't miss out on the social media platforms. You may not understand social media or want to put your time there, but it's become an absolute must have patient attraction channel to attract new patients. Now I recommend you assign a staff person or hire someone specifically to follow you around with an iPhone or iPad and record you doing the life of a plastic surgeon. And when you partner with me, we happen to provide you with regular social media content about the kiss club that patients love to comment on and share with their friends.

    Now here's number four, positive or negative respond to reviews, you are bound to get some bad reviews, setting expectations so the patient hears you is a tough job, but it is part of doing business. Your best approach is to respond quickly. Stay professional and apologize for the situation, not for the work you've done and offer to talk it over since your overall goal is patient satisfaction.

    And here's number five, train your staff. I've spent years beating this drum, your staff will make or break your practice. So please get the right people on the bus. Get them in the right seats, give them the training they need to succeed and hold them accountable. Your receptionist must have the skills to present you as the best choice for the caller who has many options. answers the question, How much is it so the caller to move forward to booking the appointment, and they've got to be able to convert the caller to a booked appointment. Your coordinator must have the skills to understand the patient's true wants and needs, how to handle a patient who wants to negotiate, and then how to professionally convert a consultation to pay procedure.

    Please visit my website, www.CatherineMaley.com for other details.

    And the sixth way to get more patients per Google is number six, build strong relations with existing patients and referrals will follow. It changes everything when you have a patient's for life mindset. When you see your patients as friends and family and treat them with respect, they grow your practice for you. As Maya Angelou says they won't remember what you told them. They won't remember what you showed them but they will remember how you make them feel. Isn't that the truth.

    So please make your patients feel important, wanted and appreciated. These happy patients will be your patients for decades and return for more. As the aging process continues. They'll refer their family members and friends who will then refer their family members and friends, and so on and so on. The KiSS Loyalty Club addresses four of the six ways Google suggests for you to get more patients. So please check it out at www.KissLoyaltyClub.com

  • Beauty and the Biz

    Knowing you can count on revenues coming in consistently and reliably without the financial roller coaster and sleepless nights is the goal.

    Better patient experiences help you gain more predictable revenues because your patients like you and how you make them feel.

    Increase your profits and valuation by an average of 275%!

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  • Beauty and the Biz Episode 100!

    The Top 10 Takeaways from 27 plastic and cosmetic surgeon interviews that Catherine has conducted over the past 2 years of the Beauty and the Biz podcast.

    These are the golden tips that you need to hear and implement in your own practice today!

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    Hello and welcome to my 100th special episode of the Beauty and the Biz Podcast.

    I started this podcast 2 years ago because it’s no longer enough to be a great cosmetic surgeon.


    Good marketers often beat out excellent surgeons - at least in the short run so this podcast is to keep you on track and remind you of what’s important.

    The industry has evolved with different rules and strategies so it’s time to up your own game.

    Because if you really want to be successful, you have to Adapt to Change.

    It’s about staying nibble in your thinking because:

    The marketplace has changed

    Attitudes about cosmetic rejuvenation have changed

    The marketing channels have changed

    The patient preferences have changed and how they choose a service provider have changed.

    So, you need to change with them, or you’ll get left in the dust.

    For this 100th special edition, I compiled the 10 Take-a-ways I learned from the many plastic surgeons I interviewed. BTW, I named them in the show notes.

    These surgeons have been in practice ranging from 4 months to 46 years.

    A majority are in solo practice, some are in practice with a partner, and some have multiple partners.

    So, to celebrate this 100th episode, I reviewed the interviews I’ve done with 27 plastic and cosmetic surgeons around the nation, and in Lebanon, to give you my top 10 take-a-ways of what they are doing to succeed:

    Let’s get started:

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    Take-a-way

    #1. They have a Growth Mindset

    They believe their abilities can be developed.

    They are open to growing as a person, surgeon and business person.

    They are passionate about growing their practice and always striving to be better.

    They are willing to push the envelope, learn, evolve and change.

    They stay open to life and opps that comes their way

    They think positive and are optimistic about their future

    They have resilience and see change as an opportunity to grow

    They believe their efforts determine their abilities and growth.

    They are open to new technologies, marketing trends and surgical techniques.

    Take-a-way #2: They learn new skills

    Many surgeons have decided they are good at surgery but not good at managing people or business or marketing.

    So their minds are shut down to learning

    Maybe because they spent so much time as a student, they are done.

    Or business wasn’t taught in medical school so they are closed to learning new skills.

    The successful surgeons open their mind and learn the business of plastic surgery by reading books, joining masterminds

    They study and believe the sayings:

    Earners are Learners and Leaders are readers

    They believe they can learn to do anything and like to try new things vs. sticking to what they already know.”

    Take-a-way #3: They know their numbers

    They manage their money.

    They watch their expenses and know their ROI on their SX and non-SX procedures as well as their marketing efforts.

    They have goals they are trying to hit, and the staff knows them as well.

    Rather than abdicate their responsibility, they take full responsibility for knowing what’s happening in their practice.

    They have a bookkeeper and accountant to do the work, but they review the work and numbers regularly so there are no surprises.

    They review the bank statements and ask questions, so staff knows they are watching the numbers.

    Take-a-way #4:They treat their team like an asset rather than a liability

    Staff is not an overhead expense

    They know they can’t do this alone and need a team supporting them

    They meet with their team regularly and get their feedback from the front lines

    They have a trusted right-hand helping them keep the business side running smoothly

    They Have a Team Concept

    They respect the staff to be professionals but still….they Trust AND Verify

    They build a culture of a team with a purpose

    Philanthropic efforts to give back are a key part of their culture

    They meet with staff regularly to lead them and keep them in the loop.

    They set up a culture of excellence and offer good pay, team bonuses, free additional training to better the staff so they grow as well as incentives and appreciation including team parties, food trucks and in-house masseuse to keep it fun.

    And, they hire slow and fire fast if someone does not fit with their culture.

    Take-a-way #5: They have a “patients for life” mindset

    They see their patients as friends and family and treat them with respect

    They understand that these happy patients can be patients for decades and refer their friends and family and return for more

    They know it’s far easier to KEEP these patients coming back so they offer comprehensive services to include all stages in life.

    Actually, Dr. Grant Stevens reported on average cosmetic patients have 3 SX over 22 years for a value of $80K-$120K.

    They attract more sophisticated patients who know you get what you pay for vs. catering to the price sensitive who don’t value skill and experience as much as saving money.

    They go above and beyond to take care of their patients by offering their cell phone and one surgeon even did house calls.

    Rather than discount their surgery they added value instead. For example, facelifts came with skin rejuvenation laser treatments and lymphatic massage came with liposuction.

    Take-a-way #6: They fail and learn from it

    They see failure as an opp to grow rather than a limit on their abilities.

    They know failure is just feedback and they try again.

    They see challenges as a good thing vs. I don’t like to be challenged.

    They stay curious and ask lots of questions

    They take responsibility for everything that happens in their practice and they deal with it professionally.

    They React Quickly to Issues that come up and think solutions.

    For example, a practice was losing 30% of patients who couldn’t afford big surgical cases, so one surgeon started his own internal financing service.

    And, During the COVID shutdown, many used that time as an opp to keep staff busy with training, improving their systems and fine-tuning their processes.

    Take-a-way #7: They Don’t Care What Others Think About Them

    They stay focused on what they are doing more than what their competitors are doing

    They don’t care as much what their critics say about them as they do what their patients say about them then since they are the ones paying the surgeon’s bills.

    They do care what their patients think about them and they learn from their bad reviews

    They meet with their staff to ask,“Is there any truth to this criticism?” and How can we do better?

    Take-a-way #8: They Spend Money to Make Money

    They know money buys them time

    They see marketing as an investment

    Rather than focus on saving money – they focus on making money

    They think abundance vs. scarcity

    They know you can’t shrink your way to success – you can cut some expenses, but the real way to wealth is to focus on assets and income.

    They are frugal with their time, not their money

    They understand the opp costs of doing things that should be outsourced such as learning SEO and writing your own web copy.

    They have win-win relationships with their vendors who help them succeed

    during COVID , several surgeons doubled down on their marketing and cut deals with advertisers when everyone else pulled back. That allowed them to gain attention and market share.

    They give money away. They donate to worthy causes because it gives their staff the “why” they do what they do and a common purpose for the whole team and it makes everyone feel good.

    Take-a-way #9: They Keep Their Ego in Check & control their emotions

    They are even tempered and treat everyone with respect.

    They are opened to being wrong if it helps the practice grow

    They see feedback as constructive vs. taking feedback and criticism personally.

    They take responsibility and don’t blame staff, the competition or the government.
    They get outside help to discover what they don’t know that is holding them back.

    They ask Questions vs. being a Know-it-All

    They stay open to ideas and suggestions from their staff and advisors.

    They are able to let go of control and micro-managing because they trust the people around them

    They are competitive by nature and use that for motivation to grow

    They stay curious by visiting other practices, attending conferences and talking with their collegues to learn what others are doing that’s working.

    They are always honing their kraft to make them the best at what they do

    When a challenge comes up, they focus on solutions, rather than running from it and hoping it goes away.

    They eliminate practice drags such as draining staff and difficult patients.

    They also delegate tasks they dislike doing to people they trust, but they also follow up to be sure it’s getting done.

    And take-a-way #10:They think big

    They grow uncomfortable being the only revenue-generator in the practice.
    They look for ways to leverage their reputation, experience and staff.

    They figure out how to scale by working ON their practice rather than IN it.

    They see they could do more than just surgery.

    They look at other streams of income rather than work harder and longer which leads to burn out and ineffectiveness.

    They spend more time finding, managing and mentoring key players in their practice who become major revenue generators so the surgeon can focus more on the business side such as

    adding more surgeons, injectors, aestheticians and locations.

    And there you have it!

    the 10 take-a-ways I got from the surgeons I interviewed.

    You may want to listen to that again since it contains lots of pearls to consider when creating your own roadmap to success.

    And, Of course, please contact me if you could use guidance.

    Just leave me a message on my website or DM on Instagram.

    Ok, that’s it for now and please do me a favor and subscribe to Beauty and the Biz and I’d love a good review.

    Take care!

    Here's a BIG THANKS to all of the industry experts who shared with me their most successful tips and advice:

    Gary Linkov, MD - https://cityfacialplastics.com/ Adam J. Rubinstein, MD, FACS - https://www.dr-rubinstein.com/ Tuan A. Truong, MD, FACS, FAAP - https://liftplastics.com/ Manish Shah, MD, FACS - https://drmanishshah.com/ Alex Thiersch, JD – Founder & Director of the American Med Spa Association - https://www.americanmedspa.org/ E. Gaylon McCollough, MD FACS – Former President AAFPRS, ABFPRS & AACS - https://mccolloughplasticsurgery.com/ Robert Singer, MD – Former President of The Aesthetic Society - https://www.RSingerMD.com/ Victoria Givens, MD - https://www.givensmd.com/ Gregory Buford, MD - https://www.beautybybuford.com/ Thomas Jeneby, MD - https://drjenebyplasticsurgery.com/ Shady Hayek, MD - https://shadyhayek.com/ James Marotta, MD - https://marottamd.com/ Dino Elyassnia, MD - https://www.dinomd.com/ Dave Kaufman, MD, FACS - https://www.thenaturalresult.com/ L. Mike Nayak, MD - https://www.nayakplasticsurgery.com/ Lorne Rosenfield, MD - https://drrosenfield.com/ Mark Constantian, MD - https://www.drconstantian.com/ Bruce Moskowitz, MD & Grigoriy Mashkevich, MD - https://www.specialtyaestheticsurgery.com/ Peterson Pierre, MD - https://pierreskincare.com/ Jennifer Walden, MD - https://www.drjenniferwalden.com/ Randy Waldman, MD - https://www.waldmanplasticsurgery.com/ George Bitar, MD FACS - https://bitarinstitute.com/ Jules Walters, MD - https://drjuleswalters.com/ David Sieber, MD - https://www.sieberplasticsurgery.com/ Francisco Canales, MD - https://dayspa.com/ Grant Stevens, MD, FACS - https://www.marinaplasticsurgery.com/ Robert Kotler, MD - https://www.robertkotlermd.com/ Robert Sigal, MD - https://www.austin-weston.com/robert-sigal Bill G. Kortesis, MD, FACS - https://www.hkbsurgery.com/about-us/our-doctors/bill-g-kortesis-md-facs/ Eric Dohner, MD, ABVLM - https://www.nysvc.com/ Christian Subbio, MD - https://www.drsubbio.com/

  • Beauty and the Biz with Dr. Gary Linkov of Manhattan:

    • Pioneered the Elelyft™ Lip Lift
    • Dual-Ive League Educated Surgeon
    • Advanced Training in Sculpting, Painting and Sketching
    • Has appeared on "The Dr. Oz Show"
    • Teaching rhinoplasty procedures to the NYU head and neck surgery residents

    Visit Dr. Linkov's Website:
    https://CityFacialPlastics.com/

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  • Beauty and the Biz
    The Slow Leak of Lost Patients

    Have you ever wondered where your favorite patients went? You realize you haven’t seen them in a while and wonder if they moved.

    I assure you; most are still around. They did NOT stop wanting cosmetic rejuvenation.

    They just stopped wanting it from YOU.

    Learn how to prevent and remedy this situation NOW!

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  • Beauty and the Biz with Adam J. Rubinstein:

    Former Chief of Plastic Surgery & Vice Chief of Surgery at Jackson North Medical Center.

    Dr. Rubinstein shares his amazing social media efforts which is paving the way towards his upcoming, major network reality television series.

    Learn the importance of complete transparency and more!

    Visit www.Dr-Rubinstein.com

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  • Beauty and the Biz - 5 Most Common Mistakes Made By Plastic Surgeons

    Learn how to avoid the pitfalls of running your practice. Catherine guides you through how to succeed with:

    Staff Current Patients Referrals Systems & Processes Marketing and More

    Don't leave things to chance! Take your business by the reins, easily and effectively.

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  • Beauty and the Biz - With Tuan Truong, MD, FACS, FAAP

    Trained in plastic surgery at the renowned Mayo Clinic in AZ, and in private practice in Houston, TX, Dr. Truong has also been a faculty member at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital where he's trained the next generation of plastic surgeons.

    Dr. Truong's Website:
    https://LiftPlastics.com

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  • Beauty and the Biz - Patient Retention for Plastic Surgeons

    Learn why capitalizing on your existing patients is the strongest strategy to keep ahead of your competition, and to reap a more steady stream of revenue.

    Catherine shares her timeless wisdom garnered in over 40 years of helping practices get more patients and more profits.

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  • Beauty and the Biz with Manish Shah, MD, FACS

    Dr. Shah shares his wisdom from over 16 years in private practice, with over 10K surgeries in total (including 2K facelifts), and performing an average of 75 eyelid procedures and 50 rhinoplasties annually!

    Dr. Shah's Website:
    https://DrManishShah.com

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  • Beauty and the Biz

    While 65 Million people in the US would consider facial injectables,, only 4 Million have been treated.

    That’s only 6% of the market so the room for growth is huge!

    The injectables prognosis for the coming year looks favorable, and Catherine shares how to effectively capture this turn-key sector of the industry and reap the patients AND profits!

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  • Beauty and the Biz

    Word-of-Mouth referrals are your golden ticket to increased close ratios, decreased external marketing costs, and growth through the cheapest form of advertising you can invest in! Help your patients become your brand ambassadors as your revenue multiplies exponentially! It's as easy as 1-2-3!

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  • Beauty and the Biz

    Get a fresh legal perspective on running your practice from someone who knows the aesthetic industry while holding a juris doctorate.

    Alex Thiersch, JD is not only a member of the American Bar Association, but founder and director of the American Med Spa Association.

    Visit Alex's LinkedIn Page:
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/alex-thiersch-1135388/

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  • Beauty and the Biz - YouTube Marketing for Plastic Surgeons

    Learn the ins and outs of what to do and how to do it to increase your scope of exposure to potential patients and potential profits!

    Catherine explains her best, rock-solid tips to better market you and your practice to the right potential patients.

    Focus your efforts and get the word out!

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  • Beauty and the Biz with Dr. E. Gaylon McCollough, MD FACS:


    Pioneer and icon in the field of plastic surgery. In-Practice for 46 years and recently included in the National Registry of Who’s Who, as well as Best Doctors in America and America’s Top Plastic Surgeons.

    Former President of AAFPRS, ABFPRS & AACS.

    www.McColloughPlasticSurgery.com

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  • Beauty and the Biz: Convert Callers and Consults on.

    Learn Catherine's pro tips and step-by-step advice that you can begin using immediately. Get a higher conversion rate on callers and help those patients repeat and refer for endless patients and revenue WITHOUT LIMITS.

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  • Beauty and the Biz Podcast with Robert Singer, MD FACS:

    World-renowned former president of The Aesthetic Society.

    Member of several international, national and state medical societies.

    One of only 8 plastic surgeons who've been awarded the coveted ASERF Career Achievement Award

    Has received awards and honors too numerous to mention.

    https://www.RSingerMD.com/

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  • Social Media has become the most influential virtual space available today to help you grow your practice.

    Since your prospective patients love social media, it’s no longer optional so you might as well embrace it and make it an important part of your marketing plan, your branding and a gateway to current and prospective patients.

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