Dr. Roger Murray, MD, an Orlando-based phlebologist and aesthetic surgeon, recently discussed his artistic point of view as an aesthetic surgeon.
Orlando, Fla. – February 25, 2010 – Dr. Roger Murray, MD, Orlando-based anti-aging specialist and aesthetic surgeon, recently posted to his website’s blog, (http://www.TheMurrayCenter.com/blog), an explanation of aesthetics and how he, as an artist and sculptor, approaches aesthetic surgery. From a medical point of view, Dr. Murray explains, the face is “your computer and home to most all of your senses,” but from an artistic point of view, it is about “emotions and sensations.”
Dr. Murray wrote, “As a sculptor I am mostly concerned with texture, size, shape, proportions and volume. And I am also starting with a square block of marble, whereas in the human face we already have a set of defined proportions and interactions. So I look at the face and think, restore, enhance and rejuvenate.”
“My job as an aesthetic surgeon is try and make you look as close to your best, which is usually about 10-15 years younger and enhance what I can and leave alone that which defines you,” continued Dr. Murray.
Dr. Murray’s blogs offer several short summaries of varying topics relevant to his practice. Recently, some of these topics include what’s new in medicine, cell phones and Alzheimer’s disease and Werners Disease, among others. Dr. Murray specializes in anti-aging, cosmetic surgery, vascular surgery, phlebology and family practice, among others.
To read this, and other blogs by Dr. Murray, or for more information about The Murray Center visit http://www.themurraycenter.com.
The Murray Center is located at 7932 West Sand Lake Rd. Ste 306, Orlando, Fla.
About Dr. Roger Murray:
Dr. Roger Murray, M.D. is an Orlando, Fla. based cosmetic surgeon, specializing in minimally invasive cosmetic surgery and is an expert in scar minimization techniques, aesthetics and anti-aging. He has been in medical practice for 30 years and has recently trademarked Telemorx™, a daily supplement he created to help provide a boost of energy for patients who complained of feeling tired and run down. Dr. Murray recently passed the board certifications administered by the American Board of Phlebology, and was given the honor of being named a Fellow of Phlebology.
Roger Y. Murray, M.D. graduated from Medical University of South Carolina, after which he did an internship in Internal Medicine and residency in Family Practice. He became board certified in Family Practice, and recently passed his boards in Phlebology. He has been in private practice in Altamonte Springs and recently moved to South Orlando. He has been the past Vice President of the American Society of Phlebectomy and recently served his term as President of the American College of Phlebology Surgery Section. He co-authored the book Practice without Fear and wrote the book Forever Young and Healthy. His new book, which is due out next year, will describe a quantum leap in the delivery and cure of medicine and disease and will be titled
Tele-Kinesthesiology. His hobbies are marble carving and photography, which has enabled him to have the unique esthetic touch that he is so well known for. He currently teaches cosmetic procedures in his office and is a trainer teaching physicians how to enhance the face with Scultra (Sanofi-Aventis.)