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If you are considering a cosmetic surgical procedure, a very important decision needs to be addressed – Is he or she a board certified plastic sugeon?

Choosing a surgeon who you can trust completely, adhere to safety standards, emphasis on attention to detail, as well as health care is absolutely necessary. There is another factor more important than these – choosing a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. Finding a trained and certified surgeon is paramount. A Board Certified Plastic Surgeon meets and maintains high professional, educational and ethical standards determined by a self-appointed body. The best known organization American Society of Plastic Surgeons, also known as ASPS requires its members to take on board medical training, to get through a rigid examination, and to become re-certified periodically. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons is the largest plastic surgery organization in the world. ASPS Member Surgeons are certified by the American Board of... Continue Reading

CPG (Contour Profile Gel) Implants are available at The Aesthetic Surgery Centre

Select surgeons are allowed to use the CPG implants. Dr. Jon Paul Trevisani is one of the select surgeons in Florida who has the special privileges of CPG implant use. Surgical expertise and a commitment to careful patient follow-up were the criteria in choosing the select surgeons. The main advantages of CPG implants include longevity and shape. Rippling is least evident in these type of implants and therefore the development of folds is very minimal to none. It is the folding of the implants that cause implants to ultimately fail. What distinguishes these type of implants is that the silicone gel is much firmer – synonymous to a “soft solid”. If a CPG implant is cut in half, there is no gross movement of gel... Continue Reading

Is it safe to have surgery at private doctor offices?

Educated decision-making is required when considering plastic surgery. A question that comes to mind for many prospective surgical patients is, “Is it safe to have surgery at my doctor’s office versus a hospital?” The answer to this question is “yes” if proper standards and procedures are in place. In fact, it is the mission of the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, Inc. (AAAASF) to develop and implement standards of excellence to ensure the highest quality of patient care. The Association has developed an accreditation program that serves both the medical community and the public interest by establishing a means for measuring medical competence and providing an external source for evaluating patient safety in the ambulatory surgery setting. From a patient’s perspective, having... Continue Reading