CHOOSING A REPUTABLE COSMETIC SURGEON
You rightly value your body and your appearance. It’s central to who you are and to how you are seen by others. When it comes to making enhancements, it’s critical that you make use of trusted surgeons. But how can you ensure that you are dealing with those with a strong reputation in this area? In this article, we take a look at some top tips:
There’s no greater sign of a reputable clinic than one that is prepared to offer a full list of positive testimonials. An impressive website or a glossy brochure may appear to be tempting, but being able to hear from those who have used the clinic in the past is the best way for you to gain peace of mind.
Be wary of clinics that aren’t able to provide testimonials, or where there seem to be gaps in the information that you are being offered. Reputable providers will always be keen to let you know about reviews of their service because this helps them to win your business.
Don’t be tempted to ignore testimonials that you are offered either: always take the time to listen to what others have to say.
Talk to a surgeon
Depending upon the treatment that you are considering, this may be a significant step in your life. Reputable clinics understand that clients will have a range of questions about treatments, conditions and any recovery times.
It’s perfectly reasonable that you should expect to have a full discussion with a cosmetic surgeon, in advance of deciding to opt for a particular treatment. Before arranging for such a discussion to take place, you may find that it’s helpful to have a list of questions prepared in advance. If you do forget to ask a question, however, then don’t be afraid to go back at a later date.
You wouldn’t allow a novice to carry out work on your car, so it makes sense that you wouldn’t allow an unqualified individual to carry out work on your body! Within a reputable clinic, you should absolutely expect to be provided with details of the qualifications and experience of members of staff.
On being offered that information, you may feel that you don’t really understand what the qualifications mean. If you do have queries, then take the time to speak with the clinic and with the organisations that awarded the qualifications in the first place. Again, reputable individuals will always be happy to carefully explain their experience and how they how obtained their skills.
Be wary of pressure
Do you feel that a clinic is putting you under pressure for a procedure to be carried out quickly? Do you feel that all of the facts have been explained to you, or is there a sense that you are lacking some key information?
If you have any concerns about being pressured into a treatment, then take some time. It may be that you would feel more comfortable dealing with an alternative clinic, where your needs are considered in detail and where you are provided with all of the information that you need.