How To Find the Right DC Plastic Surgeon for You
When you decide that plastic surgery might be for you, it’s important to find a plastic surgeon you trust who can give you high-quality results. Whether you’re opting for a minor cosmetic procedure or looking to undergo a major change, there a few questions you should ask the plastic surgeon you’re considering to ensure they’re the best option for you.
Questions to ask your DC plastic surgeon
- What is your experience with this procedure? This is a great question to ask before any type of surgery, but if you’re consulting with a plastic surgeon, you want to ensure they’re well versed in the specific procedure you’re inquiring about. Our doctors are highly trained and experienced with a wide range of procedures and will happily go over their experience with you.
- What steps do you take to ensure a quality result? While many doctors may be able to provide good looking before/after photos, it’s important that you also consider the environment in which your procedure is performed, their experience, and the support they offer you throughout your recovery.
- What procedure/procedures do you recommend for me? You may go into a consultation assuming that one procedure is right for you and find out that another may achieve a better result. It’s important to find out what procedure/procedures will give you the result you want and this gives you a chance to learn more about your options.
- Am I a good candidate for plastic surgery? A good doctor will always ensure that you’re a good candidate for a procedure. We generally recommend patients are in good health, have realistic expectations, and aren’t currently pregnant (depending on the procedure).
Our highly trained doctors perform technically advanced procedures to achieve the best possible results for our patients. Whether you’re looking for a minor procedure to reduce fine lines and wrinkles or you want to undergo a full mommy makeover and change the look of your body, we can help. During your consultation, we’ll walk through your procedure options, what you can expect, and go over any questions you have.