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Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery of Sumter, PA

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery of Sumter, PA

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While searching for Cosmetic surgery consider the following: you know that any licensed physician can call themselves a “cosmetic surgeon”? When considering aesthetic plastic surgery choose a surgeon that meets the highest standards for education, experience, ethics, and is board-certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery.⁠⠀
Selecting an unqualified surgeon can lead to undesirable results or even life-threatening outcomes.

Read here to learn if your surgeon is qualified enough:
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While searching for Cosmetic surgery consider the following:

Timeline photosFat transfer (also known as fat grafting or injection) is an #aesthetic procedure that involves transferring fat from one part of the body via gentle liposuction and then injecting it into areas that may be lacking in volume.⁠

This safe, long-lasting, procedure produces natural-looking results. Every year, thousands of patients undergo successful fat grafting and are pleased with the results.⁠

To learn more or to find out if you are a good candidate for fat transfer, read here:

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Timeline photosEar surgery, (also known as otoplasty, ear reshaping, or ear pinning) is an #aesthetic procedure that can improve self-confidence by altering the size, shape, or positioning of the ears.

You are a good candidate for ear surgery if:

• Your ears have reached full size
• You are in good health and have realistic expectations

To read our detailed guide on #EarSurgery including pros/cons, associated costs, and procedure information, click here:
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Join us March 31st! Learn How to Use the New Tool to Help You Make a Better Informed Decision about Your Breast Augmentation. Link in bio to register.

When: Wednesday, March 31 at 5pm PDT, 8pm EDT
Speaker: Chelsea Hagopian, DNP, APRN, AGACNP-BC
Moderators: William P. Adams Jr., MD, FACS; Laurie A. Casas, MD, FACS; Melinda Haws, MD, FACS

What we’ll cover:

-Overview of shared decision making and patient decision aids
-Walkthrough of how to use the PDA “Making quality decisions about primary breast augmentation surgery”
– Q&A
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Timeline photosAlways consider the setting when thinking about having any type of aesthetic surgery procedure. You should be cautious about receiving procedures outside of a medical setting, such as in a private home or at a “party.”⁠

If undergoing a surgical procedure outside of a hospital, the facility should be accredited by a recognized, national agency such as:⁠

• The American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities⁠

• Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). ⁠

All facilities should be state-licensed or Medicare certified. Check on the doctor’s hospital privileges. If a cosmetic surgical procedure is to be performed in an office or ambulatory surgery center, the surgeon should have privileges to perform the same procedure in an acute care hospital. ⁠

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