The Advantages of Combining Plastic Surgeries

As a board-certified plastic surgeon with over 10 years of specialized training, I have witnessed firsthand the benefits of combining plastic surgeries. Not only does it save patients time and money, but it can also result in better outcomes and a smoother recovery process. By combining procedures, patients can significantly reduce the cost of their surgery. This is because they only have to pay for anesthesia, center fees, and surgeon expenses once. Additionally, by minimizing the number of times a patient is under anesthesia, we can also decrease the potential risks associated with it. But is it safe to undergo multiple cosmetic procedures at once? The answer is yes, as long as it is performed by a certified plastic surgeon.

Choosing a doctor who is not certified can lead to undesirable results and serious complications. At my practice in Marbella, I offer some of the top plastic surgery services. I am a member of the Spanish Society of Plastic Surgery and Aesthetic Surgery (SECPRE) and adhere to a strict code of ethics. Similarly, the surgeons in the UT Southwestern Department of Plastic Surgery are highly trained and hold leadership positions in respected plastic surgery organizations. Ultimately, the decision to combine plastic surgeries should be made in consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon. They can assess the risks and benefits based on each individual patient's needs and medical history.

Most board-certified plastic surgeons will not perform more than two or three procedures during surgery due to the increased risk of complications. If you are considering undergoing multiple plastic surgeries at once, it is crucial to consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon like myself. We understand that proper preparation is key to achieving the best results and minimizing risks and discomfort. It is also essential to choose a surgeon with extensive experience and knowledge in a variety of surgeries. General surgeons who offer discounted plastic surgeries are typically not certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS).Combining plastic surgeries is not only cost-effective, but it can also lead to better outcomes and a smoother recovery process.

By minimizing the number of times a patient is under anesthesia, we can reduce risks and discomfort. Additionally, patients only have to go through one recovery period for all procedures, which can save time and money.