Samuel J. Lin, MD

Dr. Samuel Lin is an associate professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School and a plastic surgeon at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He is also the site director at BIDMC for the Harvard Plastic Surgery Residency Training Program.


Three New Non-Invasive Cosmetic Procedures To Try Now

A plastic surgeon talks about the latest advancements.


Why E!’s Latest Reality Show Really Is Botched

A doctor weighs in.


Why One Plastic Surgery Procedure Usually Turns Into At Least Two

Because gravity wins.


There’s a Real Medical Study On the Vampire Facelift

It’s true. I read it.


Wednesday is Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day

A plastic surgeon says he is seeing increased numbers of double-sided breast reconstruction.


Supplements Before Surgery Can Be Dangerous

A surgeon tells us which supplements to stop up to a month before having surgery.


Marathon Monday Was My Day Off

A doctor chronicles his day on April 15, 2013.


More Breast Implant Options

The FDA finally approved a new implant that’s been available in Europe for decades.

Plastic surgery

Celebrities: They’re Just Like Us (When it Comes to Plastic Surgery)

A plastic surgeon watches the red carpet to see what procedures your favorite stars are trying to hide.