If you’re thinking of plastic surgery but have question regarding any procedure, don’t hesitate to call Dr. Aguiar. However, if you’re more of a “research it first” type of person, one of the best web sites for information on plastic surgery can be found at www.plasticsurgery.org. This site is run by the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, which is the certifying group we’re referring to whenever a plastic surgeon tell you they are “board-certified.” This site is filled with wonderful information that gives you details on procedure and recovery, as well as what you can do to speed the recovery process and get great results. There are even animations of many of the common procedures. So, if you’d like to come to your initial consultation with a sound basis of information, make sure to spend a little time at the ASPS web site.
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