Frequently Asked Questions

Plastic surgery is an effective way to enhance your natural beauty by improving the shape, proportion, and symmetry of your facial or body features. Depending on your desired outcome, you can opt for procedures such as breast augmentation, facelift, rhinoplasty, tummy tuck, and liposuction. With the help of a skilled plastic surgeon, you can achieve the look you’ve always wanted, boosting your self-confidence and overall well-being.

A good candidate for plastic surgery is someone who has realistic expectations, is in good physical and emotional health, and has a clear understanding of the potential risks and benefits of the procedure. During your consultation, your plastic surgeon will evaluate your medical history, physical attributes, and aesthetic goals to determine if you are a suitable candidate for the surgery.

Before your surgery, you will receive a set of pre-operative instructions from your plastic surgeon to ensure that you are adequately prepared. These may include abstaining from smoking, avoiding certain medications and supplements, arranging for a ride home after the procedure, and preparing your recovery area with necessary supplies. Follow these instructions carefully to minimize the risk of complications and maximize your chances of a successful outcome.

The recovery period after plastic surgery varies depending on the type and extent of the procedure. Generally, you should plan for several weeks of rest and limited physical activity. You may experience swelling, bruising, discomfort, and restricted mobility during the initial days and weeks following your surgery. Your plastic surgeon will provide detailed post-operative instructions and monitor your recovery to ensure that you heal properly and safely.

While plastic surgery can provide long-lasting results, they are not always permanent. Factors such as aging, weight fluctuations, and lifestyle habits can impact the longevity of your results. However, with proper care and maintenance, you can enjoy the benefits of your surgery for many years to come.

Plastic surgery typically involves incisions, which can result in scars. However, skilled plastic surgeons take great care to minimize scarring by using techniques that promote proper healing and hiding incisions in natural creases and contours. Over time, most scars will fade and become less noticeable, and your plastic surgeon can provide additional treatments to further improve their appearance.

Your surgery will be performed at our private surgical facility, the ACPS Surgicenter. Our facility is an AAAA certified surgical facility exceeding accepted standards for private surgical facilities and is licensed by the Texas Department of Health.

Yes, our providers may have photos placed in our photo gallery on our website, and will show you photos of their patients during your consultation.

We accept all major credit cards and cashiers’ checks, and the PatientFi patient financing program.

We accept all major credit cards and cashiers’ checks, and the PatientFi patient financing program.