First Google Glass Plastic Surgery!
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As a long-standing educator in my field of plastic surgery, as soon as I heard about Google Glass, I knew immediately that this innovation could have incredible applications within surgery. So, when my college aged son Michael, applied and became one of only a couple thousand Google Glass “Explorers” to receive the device, I grasped the opportunity to try them in surgery. With proper consent by the patient, I chose to do a procedure about which I have published and lectured: a “Pinch Blepharoplasty” (otherwise known as an cosmetic eyelid lift). Yesterday, from my office operatory in Burlingame, I successfully live-streamed the surgery to residents at both UCSF and Stanford.
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