Cosmetic Surgeon For Your Rhinoplasty

Once you’ve decided to have a rhinoplasty, you may not know where to begin when selecting a surgeon to perform the procedure. Each cosmetic surgeon has a different level of education, skill and expertise, but it can be difficult to determine which surgeon is right for you unless you know what to look for. To help you narrow down your list of potential surgeons, we have compiled three tips for selecting a surgeon.

 

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John P. Freeman serves Houston-area residents. He specializes in facial cosmetic surgeries. Dr. Freeman views initial consultations as a way to get to know a prospective patient and determine if he is a good fit for their needs. To schedule a consultation, Call Us At 281-599-9445 Today!

1. Make Sure Your Surgeon Specializes In Facial Cosmetic Surgery

When it comes to producing good results, practice matters. Many cosmetic surgeons offer a very large range of face and body procedures in the hope of expanding their customer base, but it also keeps them from truly specializing on any one body part. Choosing a surgeon who works exclusively on the face will ensure that they have experience performing rhinoplasties.

Facial cosmetic surgeries are also very complex because of the number and small size of muscles in the face. It is important to choose a surgeon that understands the challenge of performing procedures on the face and who focuses on facial surgeries in order to provide the best possible result.

2. Look Through The Doctor’s Before And After Gallery

There is only so much that you can learn from a resume, and it is invaluable to see the results that a surgeon produces. Many patients make the mistake of thinking that they can choose a surgeon based solely on their qualifications. In reality, the success of any cosmetic surgery relies heavily on the surgeon’s aesthetic sense. Just like two painters can be trained in the same school but produce vastly different paintings, each surgeon has a unique style.

3. Look At Their Credentials

CNN recommends checking to make sure that your surgeon is board certified. Board certification is important because it is the easiest way for you to make sure that your doctor is qualified to perform your procedure. Without a board certification, your doctor could be trained to perform hand surgery, but decide that there is more money to be made in facial surgery. Legally this is acceptable, but you may want someone a little more experienced.

Dr. Freeman is dedicated to offering his patients the best facial cosmetic surgery possible. He earned his medical degree from Vanderbilt University. He is fully board certified in maxillofacial surgery and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Freeman believes that innovation is the key to successful cosmetic surgery, and he is constantly perfecting his technique to ensure that his patients get the best results. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Freeman, Call Us At 281-599-9445 Today!