Preparing for Plastic Surgery

April 24, 2014

Growing older does not have to go along with looking (or feeling) that way anymore. Today, we can reduce, prevent, and even erase the signs of aging with little pain and a shorter recovery.

 

Aesthetic treatments can be either surgical or non surgical. There are treatments can reduce the appearance of wrinkles, lines, unwanted hair, broken blood vessels, larger pores, and acne scars .

 

Do your research

The idea of looking younger sounds great but how do you decide which cosmetic procedure of treeament is best for you? How do you decide which treatment or procedure is best for you? Dr. Franks is a board certified plastic surgeon and he invites you to call his office to schedule your complimentary consultation. He will take time to answer your questions, discuss treatment options and make recommendations regarding the procedure or treatment he believes will be most beneficial in helping you to achieve your aesthetic goals.

 

Ask questions

It’s important to ask your questions before undergoing any cosmetic treatment or procedure. Understanding what you should expect and plan for  is very important of making yours a successful experience. Prepare yourself with the following questions for your surgeon:

 

What does this procedure entail?

What type of equipment will be used and why will it be selected?

How many patients have you treated with this procedure?

How many years have you treated this condition?

What sort of results can I expect from this procedure?

How many treatment sessions are required to achieve my desired results?

How much does the treatment cost?

How long is the recovery time for this treatment?

Are there any risks for my body or physical condition with this procedure?

What are the potential complications from this procedure, and what can be done if they do occur?

Do you have any positive testimonials, before/after photos, or patients I can talk to who have had this procedure done?

Will the procedure be done by your or another specialist?

What training does this person have?

What type of anesthesia will be used?

 

Being prepared with these questions will help you feel more confident as you go into your procedure. It’s also very important to make certain that your surgeon is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.

 

Please call to arrange a convienent time for your complimentary consultation.

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