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Letter to Patients
Dear Patient,

After forty years of plastic and reconstructive practice, I have decided to now retire. The time is right for me to retire in order to be able to pursue the many activities and interests for which I have not had enough time over the past four decades. I will continue my research to develop new and innovative skin care products within my company (www.drsevinorsolutions.com).

I will miss my association with you my patients. I am grateful to each of you for your implied confidence in consulting and treating with me.  As medicine and surgery has become more complex, more limited  by external bureaucracy, often less personal; it has always been my commitment to give unconditional dedication to the caring of my patients in the clinical arena.

It is you my patients who have entrusted me with your care that allowed my practice to grow way beyond my expectations. I am grateful to all of you who have accompanied me on this path. I have been blessed to have been given the opportunity to achieve my passion to perform thousands of plastic and reconstructive procedures over four decades. Sculpting the human body has been a desire of mine all my life. It has been a privilege and an honor that so many of you from near and far have sought out my expertise.

My staff and I have appreciated being able to participate in our patient’s surgical and health care.

I have had the privilege of meeting so many wonderful patients and developing lifelong friendships with many of you. I appreciate your loyalty throughout the years and will take the memories of all I have experienced into my retirement. 

When I began my practice 40 years ago I heard a quote that has remained significant to me: 
“Do not go where the path may lead…..go instead where there is no path and leave a trail”

I wish you health and happiness.

Sincerely Yours,

Sheldon J. Sevinor, M.D.