Aesthetic products, techniques and technologies are my brush, paint, and palette; my patients my canvas. You Are Art™.
I take treating my patients very seriously. To open up with me and trust me with things that may they feel least secure about is not something I take lightly. To me that rapport is an enormous privilege and responsibility. My team and I make every effort to make the entire experience comfortable, transparent, and comprehensive.
I take my time in fully understanding our goals and objectives, and in detailing our options, obsessing over every millimeter, and the effect of every angle, every light and shadow on the contours, for an impeccable and artful delivery.
For the perfect palette, sometimes I have to mix different colors, sometimes I have to use more than one brush. There are no magic wands or shortcuts here.
In the end, you only have one face, and we are not merely providing "aesthetic treatments" but creating elegant bespoke art. The process has to be respected, and never rushed.
Masoud Saman, MD, FACS
Facial Plastic Surgeon
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We do not offer every aesthetic treatment under the sun. We also do not offer many a la carte treatments. There are plenty of places for that. Your aesthetic journey here is an experience. Here, we sit back and talk, understand your goals, and create a plan that addresses what you would like done. In effect, our aim at DallasFaceDoc is to present a carefully curated collection of surgical and nonsurgical treatments for a highly effective, customized and luxurious aesthetic experience.
I have always appreciated beauty in all its forms and for as far back as I can remember, I have been in awe of the human form, especially the face; the complex folds of the ear, the gentle contours of the nose, the peaks, valleys and outlines of our lips, and the gentle flows, angles, and seamless transitions that make each and every face unique.
We face the world with our faces and in large part, we build our perceptual identity around our faces. The slightest furrow of the brows, the pout of the lips, or the squint of the eyes can convey subtle sentiments that words may not. Our every scar, line, or blemish tells a story.
But what happens when our faces convey a message that does not reflect our internal sense of self? Perhaps the hollowing around the eyes makes us appear tired when we are in fact well-rested. Or when the lines on our foreheads make us appear older than we are or feel. How do we deal with a portion of the face that is not in harmony with the rest of our face or simply does not “match our look”? Where millimeters make miles of difference in the message conveyed and the impression made, aesthetic precision delivers results.
Driven by a passion for these philosophical and artistic nuances, I pursued a calling to become a Facial Plastic Surgeon.
In my work, I assess and obsess over every detail of the face. I work diligently to correct contours, modify or accentuate curves, restore function, and to polish the diamond in the rough, so to speak. I am proud to say that revealing, restoring, and improving facial grace, curves, contours, and beauty is my calling and my craft. And I work tirelessly to achieve the best results possible for my patients.