Choosing a surgeon, getting the best results
The first thing you should do is check the ASPS website for a list of doctors in your area. Then look at online reviews. Check the surgeon's website. Look at their results. Ask around to see if you have any personal references, these can be very helpful. Once you have screened the doctor, meet with them. If they are professional and sincere, educated and experienced, if they listen to your concerns and develop a plan which fits with your goals, you have found a good match.
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You should start by getting a list of board-certified plastic surgeons who participate in your insurance plan. Then check the ASPS website (surgery dot org) to see if there are some in both lists. Contact their offices, explain the situation, get your records together, and go visit a few of them in person to see who you're comfortable with from every standpoint. If you cannot find a surgeon you're comfortable with, you can go back to your insurance company and see if they can make an arrangement with a surgeon who is outside their plan under these unusual circumstances (though that's a last resort and not likely, in my experience). I hope that this helps and good luck, Dr. Alan Engler, Member of #RealSelf500