Once you have made the decision to have a facelift, finding a trusted and highly experienced facelift surgeon in Massachusetts should be your next step. No two facelift outcomes are alike as each individual is unique. Thus, you need to see a surgeon who can carefully assess your preferences and skillfully come up with a surgical plan that is unique to your existing facials structure as well as in parallel to your personal aesthetic goals.
Below is a quick guide to choosing your facelift surgeon:
Choose a board-certified plastic surgeon. All surgeons with a medical license can actually perform plastic surgery yet choosing a surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery guarantees that the said surgeon has met a set of high standards in knowledge in the field of plastic surgery, has undergone hands-on training, and has the specialized skills required to perform a certain procedure. Dr. Russo is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
Check before-and-after galleries of the surgeon in question. The photos will give you a glimpse of what to expect from the procedure as well as the surgeon’s skills. Some patients do not want to have their photos posted online but are perfectly fine with having their photos shown to the surgeon’s future patients in the office. So consider asking for these photos.
Other things to consider include credentials and whether or not you’re comfortable with the surgeon during the consultation.
If you’re looking for an experienced facelift surgeon in Massachusetts, get in touch with us today for a personal consultation with Dr. Russo! Contact (617) 964-1440 or fill out this contact form. Call today to book your appointment with us!
575 Boylston Street, Newton Centre, MA 02459
Your body is constantly changing. Gravity, age, and the elements are constantly pulling at you. But you are not alone in this fight. The doctors and aesthetic experts at Joseph A Russo, MD are also in constant motion, relentlessly innovating better ways to overcome the entropic effects of time and gravity.