Which physician for which procedure? You're asking the wrong question. A specialist in plastic, reconstructive and cosmetic surgery generally covers the entire spectrum. If you still have doubts about a surgeon's expertise and experience in the procedure in question, talk to him or her. We also advise obtaining a second opinion from another plastic surgeon.
10 tips for a good result
1 Check whether the physician is a specialist in plastic, reconstructive and cosmetic surgery.
2 The selected surgeon must inspire confidence and trust in you.
3 The information you receive must be clear and understandable.
4 The specialist must explain all the risks, complications, unpleasant effects and consequences of a planned procedure.
5 The specialist must give you a quote (generally in writing) and explain the listed costs.
6 The correct professional code of ethics is to recommend that you take some time to think it over and obtain a second opinion before the surgery. Avoid physicians that urge you to undergo treatment immediately!
7 Before the operation, the specialist must give you an information sheet and consent form to read through and sign.
8 If in doubt, it is always best to obtain a second opinion from another specialist.
9 Immediately before the operation, there should be no more unanswered questions.
10 You must embark on the operation with a feeling of trust!