Learn More About Plastic Surgery With Mark Crispin, MD - Crispin Plastic Surgery
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At Crispin Plastic Surgery, Dr. Crispin is highly trained with an extensive number of years of experience. We’ll do everything possible to minimize complications during your surgery. Additionally, it’s essential to follow all your pre- and post-operative instructions exactly. Thoroughly discuss any and all medical conditions with us before your procedure to ensure it goes as planned.
Earning board certification is one of many ways that plastic surgeons can prove their skills and knowledge. A plastic surgeon cannot earn board certification without completing at least four years of residency training in cosmetic surgery procedures. The American Board of Cosmetic Surgery also requires surgeons to complete continuing medical education and take a written test every 10 years.
This depends on your body and your preferences. When it comes to breast enlargement, we offer all implants available including gummy bear, silicone, teardrop, and saline implants. Breast implants are measured in cubic centimeters (cc’s). These implants are available to try on during your consultation.
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This depends on the type of surgery you have and the type of work you do. For example, the timeline for recovering from rhinoplasty surgery will be different from a breast augmentation. However, you should plan to take 3 to 14 days off of work.
A patient’s age, skin type, general health, genetic background, and the nature of their condition can all affect the final result. Patients who smoke may not heal as quickly as non-smoking patients. Though there is no way to exactly predict a surgical outcome, plastic surgeons will examine the known patient variables before surgery begins and can project an estimate of the surgical result. View Our Gallery
In most cases, procedures done for purely cosmetic reasons are not covered by health insurance. If you aren’t sure if your insurance will cover the procedure that you want, then reach out to our plastic surgeon today to learn more.
Absolutely! Regular mammogram screenings as recommended are important. After you’ve had breast enlargement surgery, you should be sure to let the facility/technician know you have implants. Women with breast implants typically require a few extra pictures to allow for better Learn more about Breast Augmentation
A mini tummy tuck refers to removing excess skin in the lower abdomen without incising around the belly button. In contrast, a full tummy tuck consists of the removal of excess skin and fat and the tightening of the abdominal muscles if needed both above and below the belly button. Call our tummy tuck doctor today for more information!
Liposuction is not a method of weight loss. It is, however, a great option for someone who has stubborn areas of fat that are difficult to remove with diet and exercise. If you want to know if you’re a good candidate for liposuction, then call our plastic surgeon today.