I haven't found a doctor yet...But what are some good questions to ask out of state doctors? And what have you found are the best for your patients? Hotel stay length? Hotel to clinic, who drives you? Better to rent a nurse or go it alone? I am sure there are a ton of questions that I don't even know to ask.
Need Advice for Traveling out of State for BBL? (photo)
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You should contact previously your future surgeon by this way/ deberias contactar previamente a tu cirujano por este metodo
your plastic surgeon should explain the whole way to arrive and performe surgical technique since you arrive to airport,
All inclusive package
I advice you to find a doctor that is custom to do BBL procedure and has everything included like nurse, hosting, medicine, driver and also recovery house.
BBL & Travel
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I usualy ask my patients from out of state to make plans to stay atleast one week. More if medically necessary, like have a drain stay longer. As for you, based on the picture posted you have some fat in the flanks that can be used to enhance your buttocks and will give you some curves at the waist.( Body contouring).
It is important for your surgeon to be Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
Surgery is done in an acredited facility
Board certified anesthesiologist
Need Advice for Traveling out of State for BBL?
I have quite a few out of state patients. I think that it is a good idea to stay a couple of days after surgery in the area. The real issue after Brazilian buttlift will be the management of a seroma should it occur. This can happen at any time but usually does not occur if the garment is worn snugly at the proper level. Find a plastic surgeon with ELITE credentials who performs hundreds of Brazilian buttlifts each year. Then look at the plastic surgeon's website before and after photo galleries to get a sense of who can deliver the results. Kenneth Hughes, MD Los Angeles, CA
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