Below are some of the most frequently asked questions patients have about plastic surgery issues.  If you have any other questions, or would like to schedule an appointment, we would love to hear from you.


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Q: Is plastic surgery safe?

A: All surgical procedures are accompanied by a certain degree of risk, whether the procedures a medical or cosmetic reasons.  Our expert team is dedicated to making your operation go smoothly.  We carefully review your medical history and current health condition before deciding if it is safe for you to proceed with surgery.  It is important that you fully disclose all pertinent information so we are able to make an accurate assessment of the risks involved.  We will take every precaution necessary to reduce the possibility of any complications.






Q: How do I know if plastic surgery is right for me?

A: There are several important factors that come into play when deciding whether plastic surgery is right option for you.  One of the most important factors is your health.  Being in good health greatly reduces the risk of complications occurring during surgery and leads to a speedy recovery.  Next, you need to ask yourself what your motivations are.  People who have plastic surgery generally think that the surgery enhances their overall appearance and self-esteem.  Thirdly, you should have realistic expectations.  Plastic surgery is both a science and an art, neither of which are perfect.  Set reasonable goals as to the result you wish to achieve and be prepared to thoroughly discuss these goals during your initial consultation.






Q: Can I have several procedures performed simultaneously?

A: It is a relatively common practice for a plastic surgeon to perform multiple procedures during one operation.  This allows the surgeon to better "sculpt" your final appearance.  In addition, having several procedures done simultaneously saves you the expense of paying the operating room and anesthesia costs more than once.  However, having too much done at one time can lead to complications.  The decision to have multiple procedures done depends on which procedure is being done, the extent of surgery, the operating time, and your age/health.  Ultimately, the surgeon decides whether or not it is appropriate to include more than one procedure in your operation. 






Q: What about financing?

A: You are not alone if you are considering financing a cosmetic surgery procedure. We offer financing from several reputable companies, including:

 

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