Investing in Your Safety When Having Plastic Surgery
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The decision to undergo plastic surgery should not be taken lightly, and it’s essential for patients to protect themselves before, during, and after their procedure.

One of the key ways to maximize treatment benefits and limit risks is to carefully select your plastic surgeon and surgical facility.

Continue reading to learn the importance of investing in your safety when having plastic surgery.

Select an Experienced Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon

Investing in your safety when having plastic surgery means seeking a board-certified plastic surgeon who has unparalleled expertise.

In order to become certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a surgeon has to undergo extensive training, testing, and continuing medical education. Accordingly, he or she is held to an extremely high standard of surgical skill and safety.

Board-certified plastic surgeons also have the knowledge and experience to appropriately and swiftly respond to any complications should they arise.

Insist on An Accredited Surgical Facility

In addition to carefully selecting your surgeon, be sure that you are being treated at a facility accredited by AAAASF, AAAHC, IMQ, JHACO or Medicare.

This seal of approval signifies that the surgical center has the necessary equipment to handle any and all emergencies and has proper safety protocols in place.

Stay Stateside for Safe Plastic Surgery

Although the price of plastic surgery can be cheaper outside the U.S., it may come at the cost of your health and wellness.

In addition to less stringent safety standards, being treated in another country can make it difficult for your surgeon to effectively manage post-op care and possible complications during recovery.

It’s also important to note that patients who opt for medical tourism may have a hard time finding a local plastic surgeon to assist them if they encounter problems.

That’s why selecting a U.S.-based board-certified plastic surgeon is the most vital investment you can make in your safety.

Learn More About Plastic Surgery Safety

If you are considering plastic surgery, please call our office today to schedule a comprehensive consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Navin Singh.