Let’s face it: sometimes you just aren’t happy with the results. The show “Botched” on E! has become a cultural phenomenon highlighting the ordeal of plastic surgery gone horribly wrong. The fact is that often when you buy stuff on the cheap, you get cheap stuff. Surgery is not the thing to do on the cheap. It’s your body. It’s your health. It’s your life.
Surgery in a foreign country can play up the “all-inclusive paradise” aspect while minimizing the risks of unsafe surgery, bacterial infections, and inadequate follow-up (or worse). Somebody may market themselves like a true plastic surgeon without any formal plastic surgery training at all, while the latest non-invasive fat-reducing “miracle” treatment may leave contour irregularities. It’s possible that some patients seeking these services may have a good result at a bargain basement price, but many others aren’t so lucky.
It’s important to look at value, not absolute cost. True plastic surgeons with years of formal training in the specialty, who work in accredited facilities dedicated to your safety, are worth the extra investment for your procedures. It’s always best to do it right the first time. If your first-time results aren’t what you hoped for, Dr. Michael Epstein and Dr. Daniel Krochmal have years of experience with revision surgery. They may not be on TV (yet!), but they have helped countless patients struggling with unsatisfactory outcomes. If you aren’t happy with previous plastic surgery results, make an appointment to see one of them, and discuss your options for a better you.
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