Top Tips for Finding the Right Plastic Surgeon – Part 2
In our previous post, we gave you suggestions on finding the right plastic surgeon for you. As we mentioned previously, it’s quite a daunting process but if you follow the steps in our posts, vetting a plastic surgeon will be a much easier process. We will list the rest of top tips on finding the right plastic surgeon :
3. Aesthetic Beauty
According to Zwivel:
“Beauty is subjective, and what seems attractive to one person could be repulsive to the next. Which is why you ideally want to find a surgeon who shares your aesthetic sensibilities. But how do you determine such a thing? If you’re looking for, say, chin implants, the best thing to do is ask to see some before and after photos of patients who have had the same procedure.
If possible, ask the provider you’re interviewing if they have any before and after photos of patients who share similar features with you as well. Even if the doctor shows you before and after photos of, say, one of his mommy makeover patients when you’re looking for a breast augmentation, it should still give you a rough idea of his aesthetic sensibilities. Take note of how consistent the results are for his patients who’ve had the same procedure you’re considering.
The best surgeons will be proud to show you photographic evidence of their work, and as such should have many photos of the surgery you’re interested in on hand, ideally photographed from three different perspectives, all with similar lighting and distance from the camera.”
At VIP, our motto is “Creative Hands, Artistic Minds”, which means that in order to get the best results from plastic surgery, one needs to not only be skilled technically but view plastic surgery as an art. So we don’t do cookie-cutter plastic surgery, we customize each plastic surgery for each individual. We have performed over 20,000 Plastic Surgeries and have many before and after photos for you to peruse.
4. Bedside Manner:
One of the most important considerations when choosing a surgeon is whether you like the doctor you are dealing with and if he listens to your questions and takes the time to answer them. In addition, you must feel comfortable that the doctor will take your needs and expectations in consideration. Chris Barry states:
“It might sound trite but between all the consultations, the surgery itself, and the aftercare, you’ll be spending a fair amount of time with the practitioner you decide upon, so it would be nice if you liked them personally as well.
Most important, though, is that you be perfectly comfortable with your surgeon, enough so you aren’t afraid to ask them questions you’re worried could make you look stupid. After all, who cares? How are you supposed to know any of this stuff if you don’t ask? And if the doctor you’re interviewing starts being condescending towards you, then fine, problem solved, you’ll immediately know this isn’t the person you’ll be hiring for the job.”
We believe that when you come to us, you become a part of our family. That is why we take care of our patients from the first consultation to our unparalleled post recovery services. Many of our patients are happy with the results of their plastic surgery and in the care that we give them.
If you start with these tips on finding the best surgeon for you, you will be headed in the right direction. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org