Feb 6, 2021

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Major Factors about Ruston Sanchez, MD Plastic Surgery

When planning any plastic surgery operation, the aspects you should remember are consequences, consistency and safety. The following paper is prepared to advise and instruct prospective cosmetic surgery clients about how to choose the best surgeon to accomplish their goal. Ruston Sanchez, MD Plastic Surgery is an excellent resource for this.

1. For us cosmetic surgeons, any operation with the sole aim of aesthetically enhancing the physical aspect of the human body, as well as work, is a creative challenge and should be a worthwhile experience for the patient. In terms of protection, all cosmetic treatments, minor or major, should be carried out according to those requirements imposed and laid down by local authorities. After the operation, if the aim is accomplished, which gives both the surgeon and the person requesting the procedure personal gratification and happiness.

Yet the welfare and health of the patient should be the surgeon’s key concern.

2. Inquire about the clinical profile of your surgeon and formal qualifications in the cosmetic/aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery area. After medical school, it takes 6 to 8 years of advanced training in burns, cosmetic and reconstructive surgery at an accredited university before a doctor can call himself a plastic surgeon. This will require three to five years of training in General Surgery and three years of training in Burns, Cosmetic/Aesthetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery. There are only a few plastic surgery educational establishments in the Philippines that are approved and recognised by the local association of surgeons (Philippine College of Surgeons, Philippine Board of Plastic and Philippine Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons).

There are still many doctors nowadays (even non-doctors), although licensed by the commission, but certainly not in plastic surgery, who conduct plastic procedures. Given the scope of the discipline of plastic surgery, it is not necessary for a surgeon to undergo months or even a year of observation or preparation in an unaccredited institution to recognize all the concepts and applications of plastic cosmetic surgery.

3. A specialist trained with a solid Cosmetic/Aesthetic Plastic Surgery foundation should be able to determine whether you are a suitable choice for the surgery you are seeking. He must be able to explore with you all potential choices and related risks and inform you that which treatment is better for obtaining the desired results. Your specialist should be informed about this and be able to inform you the positives and drawbacks if there are less invasive or non-surgical treatments that might suit your needs. Please be conscious that there is no specific cosmetic treatment that can provide all patients with the desired outcome. Each patient, as we have our own personal concept of attractiveness, should be handled and addressed differently.

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