The ideal plastic surgeon is certified by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, has experience in the procedure you are seeking, and has a similar aesthetic sensibility. Other key factors include comfort with the surgeon and overall quality of the operating facility, reports the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery.Continue Reading
Be wary of government certifications. According to the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, government certifications do not require specific training in cosmetic surgical procedures. In addition, make sure the surgeon has repeated experience and extensive training in the procedure you are interested in. A surgeon who specializes in breast reduction is probably not be the best choice for a nose job, even if she is highly skilled and personable.
Before selecting a surgeon, ask to view before and after photos to determine the surgeon's overall aesthetic sense. If you are displeased with the "after" photos of previous patients, chances are you will be disappointed with your own surgical outcome, says the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery. Look for "before" photos of individuals possessing similar body types or facial structures. Comfort and security are very important factors all well. Make sure you select a surgeon around whom you feel comfortable and safe. The same goes for the overall facility. Choose an accredited operating room staffed by accredited anesthesiologists and nurse practitioners.Learn more about Health