The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) has just announced the introduction of a FREE service that the society put together for consumers to use. It is called Ask-a-Surgeon and allows you to ask a question and get responses from ASAPS members. These members are among a select group of board-certified plastic surgeons who specialize in cosmetic surgery of the face and body.
ASAPS members are certified by the The American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS) that ensures in-depth surgical training in the complete spectrum of surgical and non-surgical aesthetic procedures for the face and body.
Read answers to commonly asked questions on plastic surgery procedures and view videos to get insights that can help with your decision making process for any procedure you are thinking about. Better yet – ask a questions that you have and refer your friends.
Get started by clicking here! The American Society for Aestethic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) is recognized as the world’s leading organization devoted entirely to cosmetic plastic surgery and cosmetic medicine. All members adhere to a strict Code of Ethics and meet stringent membership requirements.
Atlanta members include: Drs.Marisa Lawrence, Amy Alderman, John Connors, Vincent Zubowicz, Rod Hester, and Mark Crispin. To see other Georgia members, go to the site and click for doctors in Georgia.
You can check members in any state. Go to the website, choose your state and a list of doctors will be presented. For example, go to www.surgery.org, choose a state. We will select, Dallas, Texas.. Click “submit”. A list of 74 members in Dallas, Texas came up. The first four are: Drs. Frederick C. Lester, George A. Toledo, Fritz E. Barton, Jr. and H. Steve Byrd. By clicking on the doctor’s name, you are directed to a page about that particular doctor.
An example of a question:
Q: I had Juvederm to correct nasolabial folds in my face. After the procedure,…
With answers by: Samir F. Shureih, M.D., Aldo Guerra, M.D.
For the answer, click on the doctor’s name and read his answer. This is just one of many questions. You can also submit the type procedure and see what questions have been asked.
This is a wonderful tool for research and information. Use it by clicking here. Go to Ask-a-question on the menu and you will be directed to that page.
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