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    Birthday:
    Jun 14, 1977 (Age: 41)
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    Torcy
    Occupation:
    study Social Studies
    These days, more people than ever are considering plastic surgery. While the prevalence of cosmetic surgery only increases your options, it also means you need to be cautious as you go through the process of a cosmetic procedure. But how can you avoid red flags and potential mistakes? Read on for some great plastic surgery advice.

    Check out your surgeon's malpractice insurance coverage. This is important so that if the surgery goes wrong, you can receive enough compensation to have problems and inconveniences addressed. Avoid any surgeon who does not have proper insurance, as past incidents may have caused insurance premiums to be too high for him or her to afford.

    If the reason for your surgery is anything other than cosmetic aesthetics, you might call it reconstructive instead of cosmetic. Stigma is still attached to certain kinds of plastic surgery, but you can avoid other people's judgments by easily adjusting the vocabulary you use to describe it.

    Do not get cosmetic surgery from a surgeon whom you have not checked out. You want to make sure that your surgery goes well, and that the surgeon who is conducting the surgery on you is trustworthy. You can ask previous patients to figure out if the doctor is reliable or not.

    Go to the Department of Health of your state to get more information about your plastic surgeon. You will get more information about his or her education and find out if he or she is properly licensed. Stay away from any surgeon without a license or a legitimate college degree.

    There are many clinics that perform the surgery, but then they act as if they do not want to be bothered with you once it is over. Make sure that the clinic you have scheduled your surgery with provides after care visits for patients if something goes wrong.

    You should keep your expectations of the results of plastic surgery realistic. Most procedures are about just an improvement over what you already look like and will not create a new face. If the procedures are centered around body contouring, remember that this is not a weight loss procedure but will merely improve the shape of your body by a few degrees.

    Educate yourself as much as possible about the procedure you are interested in. Before you talk with a surgeon, you should fully understand the procedure. It will be possible to ask intelligent questions and discern any dishonesty from the doctor.

    You may have some sort of conflict with your surgeon because, they refuse to do a procedure for you. There is probably a good reason for this, and they are looking out for your best interests. Listen to them. If you want, look to another doctor for a second opinion.

    Be sure to get plenty of sleep after your cosmetic procedure. Just like when you are sick, the best antidote to the post-surgery pain you may have is to sleep. Have someone else in your household take over whatever duties you may have so you can properly rest. Turn off your phone, and shut off the lights!

    Ask about how your surgeon charges for revision work. Many types of cosmetic surgery have a very high rate of revisions, up to 20% of the procedures performed. Most trustworthy surgeons will perform revisions for a reduced fee, or at no cost to you. Find this out in advance, before you need it.

    On the day of your cosmetic procedure, wear comfy clothing to the hospital or doctor's office. You are probably going to be very sore when you have your procedure done and the last thing you want to do is try to squeeze into tight clothing. Instead of jeans and a tight shirt, wear sweat pants and a loose tank top.

    While coffee is a less harmful substance than many others, it should be avoided immediately before the procedure. Especially during recovery. Caffeine is a stimulant which restricts the size of your veins, and arteries. When you are talking about skin recovery, this is something that you want to avoid.

    As mentioned in the introduction, there is a lot of information available about cosmetic surgery. It is up to you to make the right choices. Hopefully, this article has prepared you to do that. Whatever decisions you make, you are doing what is right for you, and things will turn out well.

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