If you’re a mommy, then you know all too well how pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding can take a toll on your body. Sure, you wouldn’t trade your little bundle of joy for anything in this world – even Kate Hudson’s abs. However, the wonderful thing about living today, is that you have options. That’s right: You can have the baby, the bod, and even that second piece of cake, if you’re so inclined.
If diet and exercise aren’t eliminating those last few pockets of fat, you’re curious about a breast augmentation, or your self-confidence could really get a boost from a professional facelift, you’ve come to the right place! Plastic Surgery Services of Fredericksburg offers something for everyone – no matter your age, needs, or gender. Here, you’ll experience only the utmost satisfaction.
To better prepare you for your plastic surgery consultation, we’ve put together this resourceful guide.
First, it’s important to research your chosen procedure ahead of time. Of course, you don’t have to be completely versed on the matter (that’s the doctor’s job); however, having basic knowledge of the surgery will help you understand your options better, as well as make that initial meeting go much smoother. (View our plastic surgery videos here)
Come to the consultation with any questions or concerns that may be weighing on your mind. Again, doing some research on the surgery prior to this meeting could be beneficial, as you will most likely come across information that is new or unfamiliar to you. Now is the time to get answers.
The doctor may ask you questions regarding your medical history, or the medical history of your family. Make sure to answers these questions as truthfully as possible. If you don’t know the answer, be honest. This is an important part of the process, as it will help to ensure a successful surgery without complications. Also, fill out all paperwork correctly, and to the best of your knowledge. The more the doctor understands your history, the less amount of risks that will be involved in the procedure and recovery period.
This consultation is the best time to discuss benefits, potential risks, and payment plans or methods with the doctor. Remember, this process is to inform you, but to also ensure you feel safe, comfortable, and completely prepared for surgery.
Lastly, it’s necessary to have realistic expectations. Plastic surgery can be beneficial for a magnitude of reasons, but it should not be pursued for a “quick fix.”