Trust Your Plastic Surgeon

Your plastic surgeon has been chosen by you to help you change something about the way you look that you are unhappy with. Since some of these areas may be an intimate area, it can be uncomfortable to show your imperfections to a near stranger. As long as you trust your surgeon, you can trust their judgment and know that your appointments are strictly confidential.

Feel Free to Ask Questions

Just like in elementary school, there are no stupid questions. In this case, ask any questions you have for your surgeon to answer so you make informed decisions based on the information they provide you with. Make a list prior to your appointment so you do not get off track or forget when in the office. Depending on the type of surgery you are having, you will likely have at least a few questions, such as what to expect after surgery regarding pain and recovery time.

Be Open to Answering Questions

Just like you want your cosmetic surgeon to answer your questions, they will have questions for you that need to be answered truthfully in order to ensure that you will get the proper care. Your medical history and current health are important factors. This will determine how safe it is for you to have anesthesia. While not all surgeries will require this, if you want an invasive surgery, you will need to be healthy enough so they feel confident you will not experience unwanted or unexpected side effects.

Having surgery can make anyone nervous. However, if you feel confident in your plastic surgeon in Houston it will make the whole process easier on you. Therefore, do your research to make sure you are happy with the surgeon you have chosen and to avoid having any regrets post-surgery.

Schedule a Consultation

Contact us today to schedule your appointment with the renowned plastic surgeon and breast & body specialist Dr. Mark Schusterman. Take your first steps to a more beautiful you.

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