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  Unquestionably the most important decision you will make...
which surgeon you will choose to perform your breast
augmentation surgery.

  By choosing a PLASTIC SURGEON you know your surgeon
has gone through extensive plastic and reconstructive surgery
training and residency, and passed comprehensive written
and oral examinations.

  When going on a consultation it is important you ask what
qualifications the surgeon has, and in what specialty. Ask if
they have a Royal College (or Collège des Médecins du
Québec) certification in
PLASTIC SURGERY. Also enquire if they
are members of any societies, such as the Canadian Society
of Plastic Surgeons.

  You will be amazed at the amount of surgeons that have been
trained in areas other than plastic surgery. Cosmetic surgeons
are not the same as plastic surgeons. A cosmetic surgeon can
pick up breast augmentation surgery techniques at a weekend
workshop and start practicing legally in Canada. However some
Plastic surgeons do specialize in cosmetic surgery, so again
the most important thing is to ask if they have a Royal College
(or Collège des Médecins du Québec) certification in

PLASTIC SURGERY
.

  During your consultation the surgeon should patiently answer
all your questions and give you advice on what procedure they
recommend for you. They should not pressure you into a
decision and most surgeons prefer you to leave and think about
everything you have discussed. Some surgeons will show you
before and after photos of their work, but some don't feel it is
neccesary, as every woman is an individual and would not get
the same results. Do not make your decision on whether a
surgeon has good before and after photos as obviously they
are only going to show their best results!

 

 

 


www.royalcollege.ca
Website of The Royal College of
Physicians and Surgeons of Canada,
includes a searchable Directory of
Fellows' to help you locate a surgeon
specializing in plastic surgery.

www.plasticsurgery.ca
By choosing a plastic surgeon
who is a member of the Canadian
Society of Plastic Surgeons, a
patient can be assured that the
physician is certified by the Royal
College of Physicians and
Surgeons of Canada or the Collège
des Médecins du Québec in the
specialty of plastic surgery.

www.plasticsurgery.org/
find_a_plastic_surgeon/index.cfm

All of the surgeons listed through
this service are ASPS members who
are board-certified by the American
Board of Plastic Surgery and/or the
Royal College of Physicians and
Surgeons of Canada.

 

  The best way to find a surgeon is word of mouth...through a friend or family member, or perhaps your doctor. Price should not be a deciding factor in which surgeon you choose, and many 'cosmetic' surgeons charge less than plastic surgeons. Be suspicious of special offers you see in newspapers or in magazines as most plastic surgeons charge a similar amount and rarely, if ever, give 'specials'. Prices can vary between surgeon depending on location, experience, where the surgery is performed (hospital vs. private clinic) and implant chosen. If you decide to go to an unqualified surgeon because of the price you could end up spending more money later on revision surgery.

  When choosing a surgeon most women go with their instinct and choose the one they feel most
comfortable with and who has similar ideas about the procedure. You will have a relationship with
your surgeon for many years to come, so it is very important that you feel comfortable with them,
agree on which method of surgery is best for you and trust their expert opinion.