A Day in the Life of a Plastic Surgeon

 

A Day in the Life of a Plastic Surgeon

At RAO Plastic Surgery in Tucson, I’m constantly working to develop my skills to address the exact needs of my patients. Because the media can create a negative image of plastic surgery, it’s important that patients know how surgeons dedicate time to creating safe and effective treatment processes.

One of the most crucial aspects of developing an open system of communication with a patient is the initial consultation. Meeting with women and men enables me to understand the reasoning behind their desire for cosmetic enhancement, so I dedicate a large part of my week to these private discussions.

Something that might be a more obvious component of a plastic surgeon’s day, procedures, encompasses more than just the treatment. A key to achieving natural-looking results is a customized approach to addressing a patient’s needs. Typically, this entails a thorough analysis of a person’s appearance in correlation with the cosmetic goal.

In order to offer state-of-the-art procedures, I also dedicate a significant amount of time to continuing my training. I’m actively involved in testing new treatments and products, and I offer only those options with proven results. A day in the life of a plastic surgeon includes a number of components, and I’m grateful I get to share this positive experience with my patients.

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