QUESTIONS TO ASK ABOUT PLASTIC SURGERYJuly 9, 2016
Before any kind of plastic surgery is performed, there are a few questions that you should consider asking. If you have any doubts about the procedure or the plastic surgery North Carolina office, then it's best to do a little more research before you go through with the ordeal. There are offices in other states that might make you feel a little more at ease.
Find out if the doctor is board certified. This means that the physician has completed all of the training and education required that is set forth by The American Board of Plastic Surgery. There are websites online where you can verify the information received from the doctor once you ask about the certification.
Ask the doctor how many times he has performed the procedure that you want to undergo. It takes time for a doctor to become comfortable performing a certain type of surgery. This isn't a question to be embarrassed about, especially if it's the first time you have had surgery or if you are having the plastic surgery to correct an issue that affects your outlook on your appearance.
Will there be other medical professionals performing the surgery with the physician? They should be certified in their career as well. One of the people you need to ask about is the anesthesiologist. This is the person who will put you to sleep and monitor your vital signs while you are undergoing the surgery. You want to make sure this doctor has the proper certifications and experience as one small adjustment could mean the difference between waking up and dying while on the operating table.
Most procedures are performed in an outpatient facility. You will recover for a short time before being allowed to go home. However, there are some procedures that are more detailed, which would mean that you need to stay in the hospital overnight or for a few days. This is important information to find out so that you can arrange for any childcare or care for the house while you are recovering. You also need to find out how long recovery will take so that you can schedule enough time to be out of work.
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