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American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Warns Patients About Bargain Beauty: Online Promotions May Not Be Safe Medicine
Date:9/9/2013

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  •     Have all of your questions been answered and are you are fully aware of the risk and rewards of the procedure?
  • All medical procedures, whether they are injections or surgery carry some risk. If you are not fully informed of all risks and requirements for after care, find another provider.

    These procedures should never be performed in someone's home, hotel room, or at a party. This is not only unethical and legally risky for the injector but unsafe and potentially dangerous for you.

    About taking control of your own treatment options:

    •     What do I expect from my medical procedure?

    Discuss your expectations with your provider. If you are promised unqualified, 100 percent success it is probably best not to proceed. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!

    •     Am I taking the procedure seriously?

    Surgical deep peels and injectables like soft fillers and Botox are not the same as getting facials or other superficial beauty regimens. Make sure you have done your homework on the treatment you seek and be aware that these are medical procedures.

    •     Am I basing my decision on the best treatment option and not on price?

    Medical care of any kind is not a commodity. Be sure you have based your decision on the credentials and experience of the practitioner, not on price.

    •     Have you asked to see before and after pictures?

    They can be very helpful in determining with your provider the right treatment for you.

    •     What if I'm unhappy with the result?

    A qualified practitioner can provide you with appropri
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