So I'm a pretty vain guy: I work out, try and eat right most of the time, and generally care what I look like. I've known Jason from his days in NYC where he practiced on friends, and they all had rave reviews. I've tried to keep the process natural, but Jason gave me a lot of information on a few different options that I looked into and liked the sound of.
Since I was out here in San Fran visiting anyway, I decided to take the plunge into the very shallow and conservative waters of plastic surgery. I had radiesse in both sides of the mouth/cheek areas done to even out some lines that developed of years of me smiling, as well as botox in the forehead area. Jason knew I was a little concerned, but was very good at making the actual surgical process very easy. There was little to no pain at all, and his technique was very fluid, painless, and quick.
Jason suggested I see him before I go a few days after the process to make sure everything looked good. When I saw him, he suggested doing a touch up on the left side to make sure everything was even; No additional cost involved, and without me having to convince or twist his arm into doing it.
Overall, the process was very easy. I always liked that Jason was very conservative with his work, it's part of why I trusted him to work on me and never did it before. I always feel like the plastic surgery arena is filled with people and doctors alike who believe more is better. Jason skates the fine line of pushing medicine to your benefit to bring out the best results while doing it in a way that's safe and conservative. It's why most of the results I've seen of his look natural rather than some of the chop-shop stories you see develop out of Hollywood.