Unique Stories. Raw Pain. Real Triumphs. The Plastic Surgeon Podcast aims to explore these questions and the true stories behind plastic surgery patients and providers. With expert insight from Dr. Sajan, The Plastic Surgeon Podcast aims to challenge and provide an exclusive behind the scenes look into one of America’s favorite medical fascinations.
Foster Care to Transgender Surgery
On Episode Eight of the Plastic Surgeon Podcast, Dr. Sajan sits down with his patient, Gabriel Neuman. Gabriel underwent FTM top surgery with Dr. Sajan. Gabriel discusses his journey in transitioning from female to male. His story begins with a tumultuous childhood where Gabriel ended up in foster care. This unsteady start to his life meant that Gabriel did not discover he was transgender until he graduated college. He discusses what being transgender means and the first signs of determining he was transgender. Gabriel’s story of discovering his transness later than many transgender people do. He also discusses leaving a six year relationship due to gender dysphoria, taking testosterone and binding, and finding Dr. Sajan to perform their FTM top surgery. Subscribe to the Plastic Surgeon Podcast for more plastic surgery stories from real patients and providers. Follow Dr. Sajan and the Plastic Surgeon Podcast on social media @realdrseattle.
Gas Station Plastic Surgery
On the sixth episode of Clinic Talk of the Plastic Surgeon Podcast, Dr. Sajan and Sabrina Sajan discuss various stories of people paying for their partner’s plastic surgeries and the motivations of people getting plastic surgery for others including a person who wanted Dr. Sajan to take breast implants out of an ex-girlfriend. Along with discussions of stories like this, they talk about the theft problem of cookies, Nespresso pods, and water bottles. When investigating usage of the amenities in the Allure Esthetic, they discover that caregivers are swiping the water bottles. For more real plastic surgery stories, subscribe to the Plastic Surgeon Podcast and follow Dr. Sajan on Instagram @realdrseattle.
Botox Burglar & The Fucci Fiend
This week on the fifth episode of Clinic Talk of the Plastic Surgeon Podcast, Dr. Sajan and Sabrina Sajan tell the exciting story of a break in at their Seattle plastic surgery office. After finishing surgery, Dr. Sajan finds out about a suspicious person at their Seattle office from an employee still inside. Thinking the burglar was gone, Dr. Sajan and Sabrina arrive and get the story from their employee. In this process, it is discovered that the burglar is still inside. For the full story, listen to the Plastic Surgeon Podcast. Also on this episode is a story about a patient wearing “Fucci” aka “fake Gucci” who refused to keep her mask on and demanded lip filler despite having active cold sores. For more real plastic surgery stories, subscribe to the Plastic Surgeon Podcast and follow Dr. Sajan on Instagram @realdrseattle.
Underage Transgender Surgery
Episode Seven of the Plastic Surgeon Podcast, Dr. Sajan chats with his patient, Tyler Burke. Dr. Sajan performed Tyler’s FTM top surgery. As a teenager, Tyler offers a unique experience on transgender surgery and his journey transitioning from female to...
Exes, Liars and Fat-Shaming
The fourth episode of Clinic Talk on the Plastic Surgeon Podcast, Dr. Sajan and Sabrina discuss some of the interesting experiences they have had running their plastic surgery clinic. From new hires who go to the bathroom and never come back to employees who call out sick to take boudoir photos, the stories on this episode are completely unbelievable. Sometimes plastic surgery employees can have interesting stories just like the patients who come to Dr. Sajan for plastic surgery. For more real plastic surgery stories, subscribe to the Plastic Surgeon Podcast and follow Dr. Sajan on Instagram @realdrseattle.
We'll Be Back Next Week
Taking the week off. We'll have a brand new episode for you all next week so stay tuned. See you then!
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Very interesting and informative!!!
It is eye opening to know what people go through in life. It is also important that people come out and speak so it can be avoided for others.
The best podcast out there!
To be honest when I listened to this I learned so much from Dr.Sajans experience, his career in medicine and the stories about his patients. Great to Listen!
Wow, such an amazing podcast. Really informative and thought provoking. Makes me think of plastic surgery in a new light and understand the reasons individuals go thru procedures. Must Listen!