March 5, 2018
Why Costs Shouldn’t be the First and Only Thing You Look to When Considering Cosmetic Surgery
You’ve finally made the decision to invest in yourself by looking into cosmetic surgery for that brow lift, drooping eyelid, or other facial procedure. Great results are important, but you’re also concerned with the price tag.
But when it comes to getting things right the first time, big price cuts could be a red flag that you’re not getting the best care possible.
An Accessory You’ll Wear Every Day
Remember that favorite pair of shoes, handbag, or suit you spent a pretty penny on? You wear it a couple of times a month, but the investment was a big one. When it comes to your eyes and face, they’re something you see in the mirror each and every day. To say they’re priceless is an understatement.
Because facial plastic surgery requires skill and experience to get just right, you want to see a plastic or oculoplastic surgeon with the right credentials. Instead of hand-picking a specific treatment for you, you work together as a team to select the most appropriate methods for the best results possible.
A Cheap Plastic Surgery Can be Expensive
Repairing the damage caused by a bad plastic surgery job requires revision surgery and additional expenses, not to mention the emotional costs that go with it. In many cases, these second surgeries cost far more and may not be completely effective at reversing the first procedure.
Choose an expert that has both the credentials and the artistic hand to ensure the best look you’re hoping to achieve. Ask to see before and after photos or cases that they’ve completed to get a good idea of what results are possible.
Contact our Beverly Hills oculoplastic surgery team today to schedule a consultation.
Posted on Behalf of Kami Parsa M.D.