Using Photo Galleries Effectively

plastic surgeons scottsdalePlastic surgeons in Scottsdale and across the U.S. often provide before-and-after photos of their patients online. This is a great way for people to see examples of a surgeon’s results, but how do you tell whether a doctor can achieve results that match your specific needs?

There are a few hints for determining whether a doctor’s skills are suited for your needs. When looking at photo galleries, check for the following:

The doctor provides a wide range of photos. Because breast augmentation patients can differ in age, height, weight, and cosmetic goals, look for photo galleries that show patients who don’t all fit the same mold. This will show whether the surgeon can handle a range of body types.

Results should match the patient, not the doctor. You shouldn’t be able to determine which plastic surgeon in your area performed a procedure by looking at a person’s results. When reviewing photos specific to a procedure, look to see whether the results are personalized to the patient.

The surgeon achieves a balance between cosmetic enhancement and natural-looking results. When looking at photos for a procedure you’re interested in, find a person who most closely matches your appearance. Does the after photo match your desired outcome? There are many different body types and each patient has their own sense of what looks best to them. This is why an extensive photo gallery and range of patients is so important.

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