Most frequent questions and answers (FAQ) concerning plastic surgery.

The confusion between reconstructive and cosmetic surgery is quite understandable. Both are sub-specialties of plastic surgery, and both are often performed by the same surgeon. For example, Dr. Felipe Schmitt Sánchez offers services that fall under both sub-specialties. In summary, the main difference between the two is that cosmetic surgery is performed for optical, literally cosmetic reasons, while reconstructive surgery is performed in response to a medical condition.

Dr. Felipe Schmitt Sánchez, above all, specializes in natural looking results.

From a natural-looking bust that accentuates the figure in perfect proportion, firm thighs and a well-formed buttom that provides a beautiful feminine shape, to a youthful, toned and defined face; Dr. Felipe Schmitt Sánchez’s work is primarily focused on providing more satisfaction to patients with a natural-looking result. With years of experience in all facets of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Felipe Schmitt Sánchez also consults numerous patients to correct their sub-optimal results from other surgeons.

The decision depends on several factors, including the patient’s wishes, the patient’s motivation for the procedure and also the patient’s general health.

For example, a patient may feel that their breasts are too small in relation to their body shape, or may be unhappy with the size and firmness of their breasts after pregnancy, breastfeeding, or severe weight loss. Asymmetries between the breasts can also be a motivator for breast surgery. Dr. Felipe Schmitt Sánchez can help you make the right decision at your pre-op appointments.

Every surgical procedure can involve risks. Dr. Felipe Schmitt Sánchez explains all possible individual risks and their possible treatment to each patient in advance, in order to leave no questions or concerns unanswered.

When determining the price of a plastic surgery procedure, three main factors taken into account. First, a part of the cost goes towards paying your plastic surgeon. Second, the cost of the facility where the surgery is performed is a factor. Finally, the cost of anesthesia is also included.
The final cost of plastic surgery may also depend on a number of other factors, such as the individual complexity of the surgery itself.

Do You Have More Questions?

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