Would It Be Odd to Buy Ur Surgeon a Gift to Say Thank You?

Is it okay to give ur surgeon a gift to say thank u if ur very pleased with their work?

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Saying thanks to your plastic surgeon

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Actually, it would be a nice gesture to give him/her an appropriate gift plus one to the staff if you are very happy with your care.  Nobody minds a little affirmation once in a while.

It's a nice gesture

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Most doctors always welcome feedback, whether it be positive or negative. If you'd like to get a small gift for your surgeon as a way to say thank you, then you're welcome to. 

Gifts for surgeons

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I think a small gesture is a very nice way to thank your doctor for the great care, and I know that I appreciate it very much when they do so. I certainly do not expect it. 

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Gift for surgeon

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Patients often bring gifts after surgery in appreciation for a good experience. As long as it is not an inappropriate gift it would be appreciated very much. I know I appreciate it. Who wouldn't?

Richard Dale Reynolds, MD
El Paso Plastic Surgeon

saying thank you to your surgeon

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No it would not be odd. It would be appreciated and thankfully received. One of my patients came in after surgery with gift cards to a specialty food store. A card was given to each member of the staff including the anesthetist and myself. Even now, years later we all remember that.

Aaron Stone, MD
Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon

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