Questions to ask a Charlotte rhinoplasty surgeon:
- What is your specialization: Face or Breast and Body?
Mostly in urban areas, there are many doctors, and plastic surgeons often specialize in either Face surgery or Breast and Body Surgery. As we all know, no one can be an expert in all. A good plastic surgeon will tell you his/her line of expertise.
- How many rhinoplasties have you performed?
Though a plastic surgeon may claim to have done rhinoplasty, this might not be a common procedure in a particular surgeon’s practice. Ask him or her how long has he/she been performing rhinoplasty and how many rhinoplasties has he/she done in a year. It is vital that your surgeon do more than one rhinoplasty per week which is a total of 50 per year.
- What’s your rhinoplasty procedure technique?
With time, rhinoplasty’s technique has changed. Now, the rhinoplasty procedure is performed as a “closed” or “open” operation. A well-experienced surgeon can be able to perform both of these approaches and can easily explain why he or she thinks which of the ways is preferable in your case.
- Are you certified?
A best Charlotte rhinoplasty should be certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery or the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. This reassures you that your surgeon has had the required training and has all the necessary requirements to demonstrate competence.
So, if you are interested in learning more, don’t hesitate to contact us. You can easily schedule a consultation with a rhinoplasty surgeon in New York here.
Like every other cosmetic surgery, rhinoplasty is no exception! The reason why you should go for the best surgeon for cosmetic surgery. And in the Charlotte area, Dr. Freeman is the best. He has concentrated on facial plastic surgery since 1988. His extensive education, experience, and specialization ensure that he gives his patients the most effective and lasting results. Contact Dr. Sean Freeman at Only Faces, Charlotte’s most experienced rhinoplasty surgeon and top facial plastic surgeon to find which is the best procedure for you, and how to proceed.