Cosmetic Surgery

If you decide to have cosmetic surgery, it's important to have realistic expectations and a surgeon you trust. Ask whether your doctor  is “board certified” in cosmetic surgery, which means she has extra training and testing. You also should ask for references of people who have had the surgery you're considering. Make sure the doctor fully explains all risks and benefits. Most important, tell your surgeon exactly what you hope to accomplish. - Web MD

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Plastic surgery encompasses both cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. ASPS Member Surgeons are trained, experienced, and qualified to perform both cosmetic and reconstructive procedures on the face and all areas of the body. Because many cosmetic procedures are rooted in reconstructive plastic surgery, ASPS Member Surgeons are uniquely qualified to handle your cosmetic needs. Learn more with this guide to safe plastic surgery


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Facelift

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