(PRWEB) March 05, 2014
According to Dr. Moser, nearly 10 percent of all cosmetic surgery procedures require some revision or correction later in the patient’s life. Dr. Moser has been a practicing cosmetic surgeon for nearly thirty years and is a specialist in revision surgery; helping patients who have undergone cosmetic breast procedures performed by other surgeons.
“The fact is surgery is not an exact science. There’s always a chance for unforeseen complications and other problems. That’s why it is absolutely vital that a patient be fully informed about their choices,” he says. “I believe that it is the duty of all surgeons to ensure that their patients understand not only the procedure itself, but to have a clear understanding of the potential risks.”
Dr Moser’s article, “What to do when Cosmetic Breast Surgery requires revision,” is presented by AesthetiCare Cosmetic Surgery Institute, based in Orange County, CA. According to patients who have read Dr Moser’s articles, the explanations are not only detailed, but completely understandable to the average reader.
“Cosmetic breast revision surgery is a sub-specialty that requires literally years of experience for a surgeon to do a good job,” Dr. Moser writes. “Although breast revision surgery is becoming more common due to the very large number of patients who have undergone cosmetic breast surgery during last 40 years, complications requiring revision are seen in less than two percent of those patients. It takes a busy, successful surgeon with at least 20 years in practice to have seen and treated enough patients to gather the experience to be able to address most all of the problems one may see in a lifetime of surgical practice.”
According to Dr Moser, among the most common reasons for cosmetic breast revision surgery are:
Since cosmetic surgery is a lifetime commitment, it makes sense that a surgical practice makes a lifetime commitment to its patients. That’s why AesthetiCare recently introduced the only lifetime warranty program offered by a cosmetic surgical center in the U.S.
AesthetiCare is the first medical group to offer a warranty for revision of their patient’s previous operations, including breast implant leakage. “Our goal is to ensure the complete care and satisfaction of our patients,” says Dr Moser. “This warranty program removes the risk of leaving the patient with less than a satisfying experience.”
AesthetiCare’s lifetime warranty is designed to add an extra measure of confidence that any problems that a patient may experience will be taken care of by their surgeons at AesthetiCare at little or no cost. “That’s why it’s a lifetime warranty,” says Dr Moser.
The warranty covers 100 percent of the surgeon’s fees. Anesthesia and operating room fees are at AesthetiCare’s cost. There is no charge for replacement implants (for deflation or rupture) and follow-up office visits are also free. Charges are determined on a case-by-case basis, depending on the medical situation. AesthetiCare notes that costs are often covered by the implant manufacturer's warranties and medical insurance.
AesthetiCare Cosmetic Surgery Institute is Orange County’s leading cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery center with offices located in Orange County, San Diego and the Inland Empire. Cosmetic Surgeon Ronald E. Moser, M.D. and Plastic Surgeon S. Allan Kane M.D. have been in practice for more than 23 years. AesthetiCare surgeons have performed cosmetic surgery or plastic surgery on over 16,000 patients from all over Southern California and across the country. Both Dr. Moser and Dr. Kane offer a wide range of advanced cosmetic procedures such as breast enlargement, lifts or reductions, liposuction, tummy tucks, eyelid surgery, nasal surgery and face lifts.
AesthetiCare Cosmetic Surgery Institute’s main offices are located at 30260 Rancho Viejo Road in San Juan Capistrano, CA. For more information, visit http://www.aestheticare.com or call (949) 661-1700.