Plastic surgery can be life-changing. It can renew self-confidence and raise self-esteem. An improved feature can enhance others' opinion of you, help start relationships and even increase earning capacity. The term plastic surgeon refers to a physician who is certified by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Board-certified plastic surgeons adhere to a higher standard of training, ethics, physician practice and research in plastic surgery. Patient safety is the priority, requiring members to operate in accredited surgical facilities that have passed rigorous external review of equipment and staffing.
The Consumer's Guide to Plastic Surgery is a compendium of the 10 most popular procedures. The various techniques which can be used for each are discussed. The purpose of The Consumer's Guide to Plastic Surgery is to explain the feature / benefit differences between patient choices, helping patients be fully informed. The booklet does not recommend one procedure over another, but reinforces the importance of the surgeon/patient relationship.
The Consumer's Guide to Plastic Surgery does not accept advertising and is only available from local American Society of Plastic Surgeon practices. The booklet is widely available throughout the United States and the United Kingdom. Distribution is directly through the publisher.
The Consumer's Guide to Plastic Surgery is published in full-color and contains articles of interest to persons who are considering a cosmetic surgery procedure. The publishing firm James W. Wilson, Inc., also owns and publishes other titles including: Best Practices in Cosmetic Dentistry, The Consumer's Guide to Dental Implants, The Consumer's Guide to Hearing Aids, and Consumer's Guide to Tinnitus Relief.
Clinicians who wish to inquire about distribution of The Consumer's Guide to Plastic Surgery for their practice may call 817-831-0591 ext. 16.
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