Little Rock Plastic Surgeon Recommendation

I want a Tummy Tuck and Butt lift or Thigh lift. Do you know any that combine the two in the Little Rock, AR area?

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Finding a plastic surgeon

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There are many qualified plastic surgeons. There is no "best" for all procedures or all patients. Take your time and have a couple of consultations. Look at each surgeon's pre-op and post-op photos. Get a "feel" for the surgeon and the staff. Make sure you're comfortable with that practice. Take your time.

The best place to start is the ASPS directory to find a surgeon who is certified by the AMERICAN BOARD OF PLASTIC SURGERY (ABPS) and a member of the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PLASTIC SURGERY (ASPS).

This society is very selective, and the ABPS is the only board recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialities, the group that recognizes the board certification of your OB-GYN, pediatrician and other specialists.

Good Luck.

Frankfort Plastic Surgeon

Here's how you should get started

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I recommend using the "Find a Surgeon" directory on American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery website.

Membership in this society is by invitation only and the members of this society devote their practices to cosmetic surgical procedures. Most are also members of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and are board certified in Plastic Surgery.

By the way, the combination of a tummy tuck, a butt lift, and a thigh lift is often called a lower body lift and/or belt lipectomy. If you find a surgeon who does a lot of body contouring, they should be able to tell you which of these techniques are right for you.

Have fun looking around and anticipating the wonderful changes that hopefully await you!

Best regards.

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