Real Self Doctors Often Say: Find a Board Certified Surgeon. What Board Are You Refering To?
- Asked by gaston9523
- 1 year ago
There are many Boards and doctors practicing plastic and cosmetic surgery are board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery or the Otolarygology Board. When doctors on Real Self advise finding a" Board Certified surgeon, please name the specific board or boards you are recommending.
A Plastic Surgeon should be certified in Plastic surgery
Board certification by the American Board of Plastic Surgery requires years of training, and multiple exams to certify competance. The Board was established 75 years ago to promote safe, ethical, efficacious plastic surgery for the public. Getiin g into a plastic surgery residency is very competitive and the training is long and rigorous, requiring 6-8 years of specialty training after completing four years of training. Other boards, such as "Cosmetic Surgery boards" were established to give credibility to those who had not completed the full rigorous training. Many call themselves plastic surgeons but really trained in an entirely different field with only weekend courses for training. Board certification matters. do your home work when you select your plastic surgeon.
Web reference: http://www.abplsurg.org
Collagen fillers are excelent but natural plastma are superb and last a lot
For USA citizien american board of plastic surgeon are the best and excellent for choose any qualified plastic surgeons.
abroad plastic surgeons should fullfill the National plastic surgeon recertified board plus international society of aesthetic plastic surgeon, exceptionally some foreigners surgeons belong to ASAPS that it is the best guarantee than any citizien could get.
with a deep respect to next colleagues ,Avoid: cosmetic , facial, or only aesthetic surgeons even they got the official certification they dont have the 4 years general surgery trainning plus 3 years in reconstructive and aesthetic surgery
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