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Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery Web Site Announces Improvements to the Patient Process of Finding Cosmetic Doctors in Their Area
Date:4/5/2010

Upcoming cities to be highlighted on the site will include cities with plastic surgeons and dermatologists in Colorado, Missouri, New Jersey and Texas.

Patients seeking referrals who don’t have the time to search through provider listings can now submit a general “request for consultation.” form that targets several of the top practices in their local area at once.

“We can help patients cut through the search process.” says Christina Majeed, VP New Products and Technologies. “By submitting a general request for consultation directly from the home page, patients can submit their request to several plastic surgeons and dermatologists in their area at once. The practices will then contact the patient, saving the patient the time of contacting every doctor individually.”

MyCosmeticProcedures.com offers patients a directory of listings from plastic surgeons in their area and cosmetic dermatologists, but unlike other sites and referral services the site does not bombard the visitor with dozens of paid placement listings and provider advertising, focusing instead on select, qualified physicians and procedural content.

Patients considering a cosmetic procedure or plastic surgery always have questions and concerns. MyCosmeticProcedures.com provides a resource for patients to ask the basic questions, in optional anonymity, about symptoms, cosmetic procedures and surgeries they may be considering, recovery times and ultimately, the general types of results one can expect from cosmetic surgery.

Patients submitting questions to “Ask the Experts” will have their

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