DALLAS, Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Designed to educate and enlighten consumers about current plastic surgery issues, Dr. Robert Schwartz is both the brains and voice behind the popular radio show "Plastic Surgery Today" on 570 KLIF-AM. Dr. Schwartz's humorous and empathetic personality is showcased live for Dallas residents, but also attracts listeners nationwide via Internet stream and podcast.
"I had appeared on a local radio talk show several times and on each occasion the station was flooded with calls. It became quite apparent that thousands of listeners were curious about plastic surgery," says Dr. Schwartz. "The show is an answer to that unmet need."
Airing every Sunday evening at 5:00 P.M., this in-demand, hour-long show reports on the latest in plastic surgery news, while also discussing procedures in depth and answering listeners' questions and concerns. Whether the topic is about non-invasive fillers, or the popular VASER Lipo procedure for tackling stubborn body fat, Dr. Schwartz faces the facts on all aspects relating to aesthetic beauty.
"The overall goal for 'Plastic Surgery Today' is to turn listeners into savvy consumers regarding cosmetic surgery. I want to help them distinguish effective cosmetic surgery procedures from the overwhelming number of useless or harmful fads. Furthermore, we want to provide listeners with the correct tools to find a reputable and talented plastic surgeon to perform their work," states Schwartz.
About Dr. Schwartz
Robert J. Schwartz, MD, is a nationally recognized plastic surgeon who is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. His reputation, coupled with his advanced surgical skill and refined aesthetic judgment, has made him a destination surgeon for patients across the United States.
About Robert Schwartz Plastic Surgery
Robert Schwartz Plastic Surgery is based in Dallas, one of the foremost centers for plastic surgery procedures in the nation. Serving the area for more than 10 years, the Schwartz practice has enhanced the lives of thousands of patients with cosmetic procedures.
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