Plastic surgery is a multi-billion dollar industry growing larger each year. Every day, men and women in America are using surgery to help them get the body they desire. If you are interested in joining the millions of Americans who have enhanced and augmented their bodies with plastic surgery, use these three tips to start a good working relationship with your plastic surgeon:
1. Come Prepared
In order to get the results that you want, you have to know what you want. Explore the world of plastic surgery to find out which procedures offer you the results that you desire. Write down questions and concerns you have related to the procedures so that your plastic surgeon can help you feel more comfortable by providing answers to your inquiries.
2. Be Honest
During your initial consultation, your plastic surgeon will discuss the full procedure, including any risks and aftercare associated with the surgery you have chosen. Listen carefully and discuss your ability to comply with all steps of the process. Most importantly, don’t lie or keep anything to yourself—issues in your medical history or smoking preferences are essential to ensuring a safe surgery.
3. Understand Everything
Make sure you are completely aware of all aspects of the surgery. Don’t hesitate to ask questions right up to the day of the procedure. If at any point you don’t understand something, request that your plastic surgeon help to make everything clear. Good communication will foster a healthy relationship with your plastic surgeon and contribute to a successful surgery.
If you’re ready to change your appearance for the better, then contact Mesna Plastic Surgery. Dr. Greg Mesna is a board-certified plastic surgeon who is committed to providing high-quality results. Call (612) 284-8672 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Mesna today.
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