An effective procedure may improve patient’s self-esteem and body image. When a procedure is not performed correctly, patients may desire additional procedures. Although plastic surgeons in Tampa Bay, Florida may offer corrections, these corrections require more money, time, and healing. To avoid corrective procedures, patients may take the following steps:
Understand Surgeon Qualifications
Board certification may offer patients an indicator of surgeon skill. Patients may solicit information about their resume and experience to ensure skillful results. Surgeons certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery must meet predetermined standards.
Cosmetic surgeons may ask questions during your consultation. One of these questions may include “What are you hoping to achieve?” If you can answer this question, and thoroughly explain your desires for your procedure, you can help avoid unwanted results.
Learn Plastic Surgery Standards
Learning about your surgeon’s qualifications, realistic expectations, and your surgical procedure can help you avoid poor results. If you know what to look for, you can avoid Tampa Bay’s unskilled surgeons, unsettling results, and corrective procedures.
At Moraitis Plastic Surgery, we offer patients a variety of procedures with reliable results. We work with our patients to provide the best possible outcome. Dr. Moraitis, as a board certified plastic surgeon, has experience and skill in his field. During a consultation, you can work with him to discuss your desires and realistic results. Finally, Dr. Moraitis will answer questions and concerns you may have about your procedure and inform you about what you may expect.