2 Ways To Prepare
If you are planning to have a facelift or any other type of cosmetic surgery, it is not uncommon to have some anxiety about the procedure and to worry that you might not be prepared. Rest assured—the most important part of preparing for your surgery is selecting your surgeon carefully.
It’s important to find someone with a strong history of performing the procedure that you seek. Beyond researching your doctor, Mayo Clinic offers some tips on how to prepare for a cosmetic procedure:
1. Review Your Medical History
Once you’ve selected a surgeon, you’ll want to start preparing for your initial exam. Take a moment to look over your medical history.
Chances are your surgeon will ask you some questions about medical conditions that you currently have or have had in the past. They also will want to know about former surgeries and anything else that might affect your cosmetic procedure. This will help them determine the specifics of your surgery.
This leads back to the importance of selecting a surgeon carefully. You will need to rely on your surgeon’s understanding of the field. He or she should possess the training necessary to make recommendations based on your unique medical history and body type.
Dr. John Freeman, who operates out of his Houston-based practice, is an award-winning cosmetic surgeon and is fully board certified. What does that mean for you?
It means that Dr. Freeman has enough training and real-world experience to give you results that meet or beat your expectations. To schedule a consultation, Call Us At 281-599-9445 Today!
2. Discuss Your Cosmetic Surgery Expectations
During the exam, it is very important to discuss your expectations openly with your surgeon. After all, if they don’t know what you expect, how can they provide the best possible outcome?
Take some time before the examination to put your expectations into words that are clear and unambiguous. Making sure that there is no miscommunication between you and your surgeon is the best way to guarantee that you get satisfying results.
A good surgeon will know how to communicate with you in order to best understand your goals. He or she will ask the right questions and will adjust your treatment based on your body type.
Dr. Freeman uses an initial consultation to build trust with his clients, ensuring that he and his patients are on the same page. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Freeman, Call Us At 281-599-9445 Today!