Our Philadelphia and Montgomery County practice is dedicated to educating patients about the potential risks and complications because we believe that any decision on elective surgery should be an informed one. All surgeries carry some inherent risks, and the patient must decide whether these potential risks outweigh the potential benefits (or vice versa) before deciding whether a procedure is right for him or her. With experience, risks can be minimized; Dr. Joseph Rabson has been performing plastic surgery procedures for more than 25 years and is fully committed to patient safety.
We invite you to contact today if you have any questions regarding facelift risks. Our Philadelphia-area cosmetic surgery center utilizes state-of-the-art equipment, and we employ advanced techniques to reduce the chance of complications.
There are a variety of complications that can arise from surgery, including adverse reactions to anesthesia, hematomas, excess bleeding, and infections. With proper surgical techniques, sterile surgical environments, and experienced surgical teams, however, these risks can be significantly reduced. Additionally, many of these complications are temporary or treatable and thus relatively benign. That being said, individuals who are considering undergoing facelift surgery should be aware of specific facelift risks:
We go into detail on the potential risks and complications associated with cosmetic surgery because we believe that it is our duty to educate our patients. We take every measure, however, to minimize the risks and emphasize that risks are different for every patient.
If you are interested in learning more about facelift risks, we invite you to contact our suburban Philadelphia cosmetic surgery practice today. The risks of cosmetic surgery depend highly on a patient's specific health history, which is just one of the reasons having a detailed consultation with Dr. Rabson is so important.
We would be happy to answer any of your questions about facelift surgery and other procedures at our Plymouth Meeting-based practice in Montgomery County.
1000 Germantown Pike, Suite E1
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
Fx: (610) 277-2480
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