Plas­tic Surgery, About Face!

Ocean Drive - - Shot On Site - Dr. Rian A. Maer­cks of­fers limited pri­vate con­sul­ta­tions at The Maer­cks In­sti­tute, 4500 Biscayne Boule­vard Suite 104, in Mi­ami’s beau­ti­ful De­sign Dis­trict by ap­point­ment only. For sched­ul­ing con­tact (305) 328-8256 or Dr.rian@ri­an­maer­cksmd.com.

In a time when we see the most dis­as­trous look­ing faces and bod­ies on celebri­ties, the wealthy and so­cial elite, a new di­rec­tion and art is be­ing forged by one of the new­est faces of ex­cel­lence in Mi­ami. Glance through the so­cial pho­tog­ra­phy in so­ci­ety mag­a­zines of Mi­ami, Los An­ge­les and New York or just turn on the tele­vi­sion and you may find un­nat­u­ral dis­torted and age in­de­ter­mi­nate faces and bod­ies. Well, about face, the po­lar op­po­site is be­ing art­fully de­liv­ered at one of the most elite plas­tic surgery prac­tices in Amer­ica. Dr. Rian A. Maer­cks, the founder and sole prac­ti­tioner of The Maer­cks In­sti­tute Mi­ami, is turn­ing things around for those lucky enough to know about his work. Maer­cks, a Mi­ami na­tive, sought out the best ex­pe­ri­ence and train­ing in­ter­na­tion­ally and state­side to re­turn with a novel con­cept of plas­tic surgery that is for­eign to most in­ter­ven­tions and prac­tices to­day. “From the in­stant I opened my first of­fice I knew the prac­tice would be about the in­di­vid­ual pa­tient and ev­ery­thing had to be art.” Un­for­tu­nately the role of aes­thet­ics, artistry and a doc­torly role have lit­tle place in to­days “fast-food plas­tic surgery” world. Dr. Maer­cks had the dis­tin­guished honor of be­ing the last fel­low to re­ceive men­tor­ship from the great and now late, Fer­nando Or­tiz-monas­te­rio. Dr. Or­tiz-monas­te­rio was one of the fathers of mod­ern cran­io­fa­cial surgery and aes­thet­ics. The thoughts and ideals of the great FOM, as he is af­fec­tion­ately called, are car­ried on in the art that Dr. Maer­cks has de­vel­oped. Maer­cks’ hunger for elite skills and train­ing be­gan long be­fore his time with Or­tiz- Monas­te­rio. He de­vel­oped new tech­niques in both aes­thet­ics and cran­io­fa­cial surgery early in his ca­reer. He fol­lowed his fel­low­ship spend­ing in­di­vid­u­al­ized time with the worlds masters in Western Europe, Cen­tral and South Amer­ica be­fore re­turn­ing home to Mi­ami to de­velop what has be­come his brand: in­di­vid­u­al­ized, aes­thet­i­cally tuned and art­ful in­ter­ven­tions. When asked why there are so many of these strange faces around, Dr. Maer­cks replies “its all about the money.” “Most prac­ti­tion­ers rely on mar­ket­ing and so­cial net­work­ing to de­velop a name and try to run a busi­ness. They may or may not be well trained but most prac­ti­tion­ers out there have never re­ally taken time to re­flect on or un­der­stand aes­thet­ics.” Dr. Maer­cks’ in­ter­ven­tions are in­cred­i­bly dis­parate from main­stream pro­ce­dures. He has ba­si­cally cre­ated a new lan­guage with which to com­mu­ni­cate with pa­tients. ‘Aes­thetic Fa­cial Bal­anc­ing’ is what Maer­cks calls his tech­nique for vol­u­met­ric restora­tion of the face. This means that with ei­ther hyaluronic acid or the body’s own nat­u­ral fat, Dr. Maer­cks uses his artis­tic in­sights to cre­ate shapes and pat­terns that are im­me­di­ately rec­og­nized by the per­ceiver’s brain as beau­ti­ful, young and happy. Do not go to the Maer­cks In­sti­tute and ask for a naso-labial fold fill or a lip plump up un­less you want to hear a de­con­struc­tion of aes­thet­ics and cur­rent con­cepts and an ed­u­ca­tion on fa­cial sub­units and the psy­chophys­i­ol­ogy of per­cep­tion. No joke, this fine artist turned philoso­pher turned plas­tic surgeon is proud of both his con­cepts and re­sults, right­fully so. Pa­tients who re­ceive Maer­cks’ Aes­thetic Fa­cial Bal­anc­ing look un­touched and com­pletely nat­u­ral, some­times spouses are left won­der­ing why their part­ner has such a glow and ap­pears well rested and happy. What is the se­cret? “Ob­ser­va­tion, judge­ment, aes­thetic un­der­stand­ing and re­spect for nu­ance, even the tini­est” Maer­cks replies. At The Maer­cks In­sti­tute, Dr. Maer­cks pro­vides full spec­trum face breast and body care from non­in­va­sive en­ergy in­ter­ven­tions to facelifts breast lift and aug­men­ta­tion. He is also be­com­ing the go to name for re­vis­ing un­aes­thetic breast aug­men­ta­tions with his dev­as­tat­ingly beau­ti­ful Cold­sub­fas­cial™ breast aug­men­ta­tions and re­vi­sions that often ap­pear more nat­u­ral than the pa­tients orig­i­nal un­touched form. What’s miss­ing at the Maer­cks In­sti­tute? That’s easy- there is no mar­ket­ing of heav­ily ad­ver­tised prod­ucts or de­vices, most of which Dr. Maer­cks will ex­plain should be avoided at all cost. There is no nurse con­sul­tant guid­ing you through sur­gi­cal options and no para-prac­ti­tion­ers de­liv­er­ing care. With Dr. Maer­cks pa­tients sim­ply get the un­di­vided at­ten­tion of an in­cred­i­ble physi­cian with both the tal­ent and ded­i­ca­tion to make his pa­tients shine.

“Pa­tients who re­ceive Maer­cks’ Aes­thetic Fa­cial Bal­anc­ing look un­touched and com­pletely nat­u­ral, some­times spouses are left won­der­ing why their part­ner has such a glow and ap­pears well rested and happy.”

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