How I Can Verify a Doctor Has a Licence to Work?
- Asked by nicknamenickname
- 1 year ago
I went to seduction cosmetic surgery en Doral city. And Dr patrick Z Abuzeni works there. When I saw the web said he is board cert. But when I put his name on goole the result were different. Can somebody help me please I`m looking for a brazilian B L. they price me first with $5500.0 then $4900.00 and last $4500.00 I didnt meet Dr
Board Certified Plastic Surgeons in Miami
Miami has some great Board Certified Plastic Surgeons who work in town. You can check the American Board Of Plastic Surgery Website(see below the link) Unfortunately there are also a lot of scoundrels and frauds(the evening news). You can check to see if your doctor has a medical license and what type of license in the state of Florida by viewing the Department of Health the links of the below. Hope this helps.
Good luck and thank you for your question.
Anire Okpaku MD
Board Certified Plastic Surgeons
Contact the ASPS, American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. This is the board in which Plastic Surgeons are certified. You can call or email them for a list of Board Certified Plastic Surgeons in your area. They will be happy to assist you. Best of luck.
Brazilian Butt Lift
For a Brazilian Butt Lift you need a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
You can visit The American society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, or The american society of plastic surgery.
check the dr. and they can also tell you if he is board certified.
Also make sure that the facility is fully accredited.
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Verify a Doctor Has a Licence
The ASPS and American society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery websites are a good starting point to identify if a surgeon is a board certified plastic surgeon. Board certification and expertise in the procedure are key to good results from the BBL surgery.
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