How many doctors in Dominican Republic are board certified surgeons?

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Dominican Republic, an excellent choice for you.

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Thank you very much for sharing your concerns with us. 

The Dominican Republic is a beautiful country, located an hour and a half from the United States, in the middle of the Caribbean sea.
Its excellent weather and its political and economic stability, as a remarkable development in many areas, including medicine and professional training in plastic surgery (highly specialized in places like Brazil, United States and Europe) have made an excellent and safe destination for health tourism, in special for the Plastic Surgery, which it is already a global reference.
I advise you to make direct contact with a board certified plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgeons in the Dominican Republic, and you should develop a fluid communication between you and this plastic surgeon, who will answer all your questions about the surgery that you interested, his academic training, experience, medical center where he works, and pos operatory recovery.
I also advise you to search on it on the Internet and visit his website.

Dr. Emmanuel Mallol Cotes.-

Dominican Republic Plastic Surgeon
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Dominican Republic board certified plastic surgeons

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The best way to acces this information is to visit the Sociedad Dominicana de Cirugia Plastica website. 

Best wishes 

Katherine Feliz Camilo, MD
Dominican Republic Plastic Surgeon
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How many doctors in Dominican Republic are board certified surgeons?

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Best to search on ABPS web site under the doctors name for out of country PSs. Bet there are very few....

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