5 IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS WHEN CHOOSING A PLASTIC SURGEON
A wealth of experience is a must. Is your surgeon qualified and experienced enough to perform the surgery you want? A trusted surgeon will have extensive experience in performing many different surgeries and on a regular basis.
Comfort and courtesy
How did you feel after your first meeting with your surgeon? You should feel at ease with your surgeon, and feel comfortable to ask any questions in your consultation, leading up to your procedure, and during recovery, no matter how small they seem.
Do you understand the specifics? You should understand every aspect of the procedure, including any risks or complications, expected outcomes, costs, and the breakdown of fees.
Comfort and courtesy
The care you receive does not end when you leave the operating area. A good plastic surgery clinic will have a caring team that will keep in touch to make sure your post-operative recovery goes smoothly. We are here to help you with any questions, no matter how big or small.
Honesty And Integrity
Honesty is important.
You should consult with multiple surgeons before you make a decision. It is impossible to guarantee you will receive the results you want so you should have realistic expectations. Your surgeon must always be open about what is achievable.
Where should I begin?
It can be scary to make the decision to have surgery. Results can make a big difference to your confidence and appearance. It is crucial to take the right first steps in order to make your surgery experience as easy as possible. These tips will help you prepare for surgery. You should understand associated complications and know when you may expect them. The surgeon, patient, and support staff must work together to achieve a successful outcome.
Dr Hertess Plastic Surgery preparation tips
Make a list of your goals and expectations
Book an appointment with Dr Hertess
View real results from other patients
Do not expect your results will be like many social media photos
Be honest with your surgeon (and expect honesty, too)
Make note of your medical history including medications and past surgeries
Understand your surgeon’s qualifications
Ask lots of questions