KENNETH BERMUDEZ MD, FACS
How do you define being a Modern Man? A Modern Man is someone who tells his own multi-dimensional story, is consciously and passionately trying to be his best self, has a willingness to explore and adapt to new roles, listens, can make himself vulnerable
and is calm in the storm of life. He has integrity, empathy, respect, actively participates in his home life, has a sense of humor and leads by example.
What sets you apart in the cosmetic surgery field? Meticulous attention to detail, staying current, honest, well-trained, experienced, having a good bedside manner, setting realistic expectations for my patients.
What do you consider to be the keys of your success? Always doing the right thing and having your patient’s best interest in mind. Treating
patients as I would treat a family member, always trying to improve myself, passion for my craft, life balance, sense of humor.
Talk about the services/treatments you provide. Serving the San Francisco Bay Area with the full range of aesthetic services (non-invasive and surgical) for the face and body for women and men.
What are your hobbies when you’re not working? Sculpting I’ve been sculpting for about 5 years. Live models in a studio setting at Fort Mason. It relaxes me and feeds my artistic soul(see my sculptures on Instagram @drkennethbermudez). Playing guitar. I used to play as a kid in the church youth band and started picking back up during the quarantine. My wife is a musician/singer and my kids play piano, so we started a little family band. Just like the Partridge family! Playing soccer, exercising. I played Division 1 soccer at University of Washington as an undergraduate (Go Huskies!). I still love watching, competing and playing with my son. My friends/family would say it’s my only addiction. Traveling (I was raised in Italy and speak English, Italian and Spanish fluently). My father was in the U.S. Navy so we travelled a lot. I guess it’s in my blood.
Photography by: Allan Kuo