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Heideas on Education: Think Globally, Act Locally
As the level of collegiality among the core specialties grows, so do opportunities for learning. Multi-speciality education allows plastic surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, oculoplastic surgeons, and dermatologists to learn from each other to improve techniques, enhance outcomes, and optimize patient care. Each specialty has it's one unique perspective and experience that can benefit the other cores. Whether it's device-based rejuvenation, injectable HA fillers and neurotoxins, or surgical techniques, there is always an opportunity to exchange ideas.
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