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5 Questions to Ask Your Cosmetic Physician

September 27, 2017

Before getting any cosmetic procedures or treatments it's important to ask your cosmetic physician these 5 questions. 

 

In 2016, there were more than 11,500,000 nonsurgical cosmetic procedures in the U.S. alone. 

One of the most important things a patient can do is find the most qualified cosmetic physician for the job.

People typically find cosmetic doctors through the referral of friends and family. But ultimately, knowing if a cosmetic doctor is best for the job depends on your level of comfort and trust in them.

Got an upcoming appointment for cosmetic treatment?

Don't schedule your procedure without asking these 5 essential questions!

 

 

1. What Kind of Physician Are You?

There are several types of non-surgical cosmetic procedures. And there are different physicians who can perform them.

With that said, your Florida cosmetic physician will explain what type of doctor they are. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't ask about the following:

  • What type of training they have

  • Where they are licensed to practice

  • Board certification

  • How long they have been in practice

  • Other training & awards received

Don't leave the office without knowing!

 

2. How Often Do You Perform My Procedure?

A good way to tell if a doctor is right is to ask them how many times they've performed a procedure.

Some physicians perform certain procedures more than others. Some specialize in specific procedures and are better-equipped skill-wise for the job.

Talk to your physician about their experiences performing the procedure. Ask to see before and after photos of their work. You can also ask for patient testimony.

 

3. What Can I Expect During the Procedure?

Besides talking about your results, it's good to talk about what the procedure will be like. This way, you won't encounter any surprises during and after the procedure.

Ask about how long it will take and what will go on. The best cosmetic physician has no problem explaining the procedures to their patients.

You should also ask about whether you'll receive anesthesia. If so, ask which type you'll receive and who will administer it.

 

4. How Should I Prepare for My Treatment?

What you do before your procedure is just as important as what you do after. Depending on what you're having done, you may need to take some precautions beforehand.

For instance, laser hair removal patients should avoid waxing and plucking. In addition, they should avoid sunless tanning in the month before treatment.

Doctors may prescribe antiviral medications before certain chemical peel treatments and other procedures. And often, doctors require their patients to arrange rides home.

Your cosmetic doctor should talk to you about this without you having to ask. To be thorough, have your doctor print out a preparation list that details what you need to do to prepare.

 

5. What Will Recovery Be Like?

Talk about what you can expect after your procedure. Your physician should explain your aftercare regimen and what you can do to heal and recover.

Ask questions about dealing with pain, avoiding sunlight, and foods you should avoid. Talk to your doctor about what you can do to maintain and prolong your results.

 

Talk to the Best Cosmetic Physician Today

The number of nonsurgical cosmetic procedures is expected to rise in the next year. Which means more men and women will be searching for cosmetic doctors this year and next.

If cosmetic treatment is part of your 2-year plan, talk to the experts. V Boutique Aesthetics is here for you!

 

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