Q & A With Dr. Naz
In my cosmetic practice, I love when patients feel happier and more confident with themselves — when they feel comfortable in their skin and feel refreshed. I like when they tell me, “This is the ‘me’ I have missed in the mirror for some time.” I appreciate natural beauty and lasting elegance.
I can think of a few reasons for becoming a doctor. First, I come from a medical family. My dad was a gynecologist, and my mom was a nurse. From my early years, I saw the positive impact that my dad’s practice had on people and how appreciative they were for helping them deliver their babies and resolve other women’s health issues.
On many occasions since I was 6 or 7, I used to accompany him to his clinic and help him and the patients out with different things around the clinic. I and my two siblings are so proud to follow my dad’s footsteps in helping people with their health.
Aesthetics has always been part of my life. Growing up, like many other girls, I was fascinated by beautiful people. Similarly to most other women and over the years, I’ve gained experience with my hands and have trained my eyes for beauty. I have always been drawn to lasting elegance rather than following the latest fashions of the day.
After becoming a physician, I gradually learned about the positive impact of helping my patients improve their confidence by looking like the better version of themselves. I love helping my patients achieve their ideal look, improving confidence and consequently becoming happier. In many cases, it acts as a powerful mood booster. I am so gratified when my patients say they feel fantastic.
I am the mother of a 5 year old and as a busy professional I know and appreciate how a professional life and household duties can put a burden on women’s skin and mental status. I believe taking care of yourself can help replete much needed energy.