This article is an introduction to the new PRS Tech Disruptor Series, the culmination of work originating from the Technology Innovation and Disruption Presidential Task Force. Our technology quotient is important to our success as individuals and as a specialty society. The goal of this new series is to address the broader concepts in technology as they relate to plastic surgery and thus enhance the technology quotient of readers and, in turn, of the specialty and specialty society. Critical topics related to technology, their current and future impact on plastic surgery, and the opportunities and barriers in research, education, and advocacy will be addressed. The intent is for readers to engage in dialogue and think outside the box about the current and future impact of technology.