I'm so confused after several consults. How do I pick when all the surgeons I consulted with are board certified and have similar prices?

Answers from doctors (27)


Joseph Cruise, MD

Published on Mar 30, 2020

Look at each surgeon's before and after photos, first and foremost. Who has the largest gallery of work with the best pictures? Check Yelp and other review sites to see what actual patients are saying about their experience. Which doctor and staff did you connect with most? These are some of the things that may help you get closer to making a choice. Best of luck!

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Answered by Joseph Cruise, MD

Look at each surgeon's before and after photos, first and foremost. Who has the largest gallery of work with the best pictures? Check Yelp and other review sites to see what actual patients are saying about their experience. Which doctor and staff did you connect with most? These are some of the things that may help you get closer to making a choice. Best of luck!

Published on Jul 11, 2012


More About Doctor David J. Levens, MD

Published on Mar 25, 2020

Good for you that you are taking your time to decide by "doing your homework". Seeking out consultation with several board-certified plastic surgeons is a great start. While price can be part of the decision, it clearly should not be foremost when making an important health decision. You should narrow down your search by making a list of likes and dislikes with each office and if all are equivalent, go with your gut instinct....which office and physician made you feel the most comfortable? Consider a second visit with your favorite 1 or 2 to confirm your decision.

Answered by David J. Levens, MD (View Profile)

Good for you that you are taking your time to decide by "doing your homework". Seeking out consultation with several board-certified plastic surgeons is a great start. While price can be part of the decision, it clearly should not be foremost when making an important health decision. You should narrow down your search by making a list of likes and dislikes with each office and if all are equivalent, go with your gut instinct....which office and physician made you feel the most comfortable? Consider a second visit with your favorite 1 or 2 to confirm your decision.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Zenn Plastic Surgery

Published on Apr 02, 2019

Board certification is a minimum qualification, and I would not recommend shopping by price. You get what you pay for. Go with the person you connected with and liked. You will be trusting this person to operate on you and care for you through the good and the bad. There is no “correct” choice. Good luck!

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Answered by Zenn Plastic Surgery

Board certification is a minimum qualification, and I would not recommend shopping by price. You get what you pay for. Go with the person you connected with and liked. You will be trusting this person to operate on you and care for you through the good and the bad. There is no “correct” choice. Good luck!

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Y Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

Published on Apr 02, 2019

In the end, you have to choose who you like the most and who you believe will provide the result you are looking for. If they all seem reasonable and are certified, and you think they are all excellent, then you can flip a coin. Otherwise, trust your brain, your gut and your heart to tell you who the correct surgeon is for you! Best of luck!

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Answered by Y Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

In the end, you have to choose who you like the most and who you believe will provide the result you are looking for. If they all seem reasonable and are certified, and you think they are all excellent, then you can flip a coin. Otherwise, trust your brain, your gut and your heart to tell you who the correct surgeon is for you! Best of luck!

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Barry J. Kaplan, D.O.

Published on Jun 09, 2016

Neither of those are most important criteria. Ask how many they have done, how many they do monthly (if that's the focus of the practice), and get a referral from previous patients.

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Answered by Barry J. Kaplan, D.O.

Neither of those are most important criteria. Ask how many they have done, how many they do monthly (if that's the focus of the practice), and get a referral from previous patients.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Kenneth L. Stein M.D. FACS

Published on May 26, 2016

You just need to understand that they are all very qualified, with a difference of approach. However, you must have confidence and be comfortable with you surgeon, because he will be seeing you for your postoperative course.

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Answered by Kenneth L. Stein M.D. FACS

You just need to understand that they are all very qualified, with a difference of approach. However, you must have confidence and be comfortable with you surgeon, because he will be seeing you for your postoperative course.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Tania Medina De Garcia M.D.

Published on May 23, 2016

You should have the surgeon that you trust and whose abilities you are most comfortable with perform the surgery. Plastic surgery is about trust and confidence.

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Answered by Tania Medina De Garcia M.D.

You should have the surgeon that you trust and whose abilities you are most comfortable with perform the surgery. Plastic surgery is about trust and confidence.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Jed Horowitz, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Published on May 04, 2016

You should pick the doctor you are most comfortable with and with the doctor who has the staff that you like.

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Answered by Jed Horowitz, M.D., F.A.C.S.

You should pick the doctor you are most comfortable with and with the doctor who has the staff that you like.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Edward Domanskis M.D.

Published on May 03, 2016

If they are all certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, you should pick someone you are comfortable with. Also, don't forget about experience. Someone who just finished his training will not have that.

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Answered by Edward Domanskis M.D.

If they are all certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, you should pick someone you are comfortable with. Also, don't forget about experience. Someone who just finished his training will not have that.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


David C. Yao MD, FACS

Published on Apr 22, 2016

Thank you for asking. This is often a personal decision that comes down to several factors. You listed objective issues, including board certification (in plastic surgery) and pricing. Another issue to consider is additional fellowship training (for additional subspecialty training after basic plastic surgery training), which some providers have in cosmetic or other sub areas. This demonstrates a substantial extra level of training and knowledge and experience.

Certainly, a patient and plastic surgeon should have good communication and contact. A patient coordinator is extremely helpful, but should not replace or substitute for being the doctor. Hope this helps. Best wishes!

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Answered by David C. Yao MD, FACS

Thank you for asking. This is often a personal decision that comes down to several factors. You listed objective issues, including board certification (in plastic surgery) and pricing. Another issue to consider is additional fellowship training (for additional subspecialty training after basic plastic surgery training), which some providers have in cosmetic or other sub areas. This demonstrates a substantial extra level of training and knowledge and experience.

Certainly, a patient and plastic surgeon should have good communication and contact. A patient coordinator is extremely helpful, but should not replace or substitute for being the doctor. Hope this helps. Best wishes!

Published on Jul 11, 2012


More About Doctor Paul Vitenas Jr., MD

Published on Mar 11, 2016

Thank you for your question. Finding your cosmetic surgeon can be overwhelming. It is important to really do your research and review not only the patient reviews, but the before/after photos. Chances are if you like the photos, you’ll be very happy with your result. It is always key to find a doctor who is board certified and has many years of experience, awards, and high ratings. Typically, the most experienced surgeons tend to charge a little more for the work they provide.

Answered by Paul Vitenas Jr., MD (View Profile)

Thank you for your question. Finding your cosmetic surgeon can be overwhelming. It is important to really do your research and review not only the patient reviews, but the before/after photos. Chances are if you like the photos, you’ll be very happy with your result. It is always key to find a doctor who is board certified and has many years of experience, awards, and high ratings. Typically, the most experienced surgeons tend to charge a little more for the work they provide.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Bahram Ghaderi, MD, FACS

Published on Jun 20, 2015

It is difficult to choose a surgeon. However, there are many great ones. First step is to make sure they are all board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and members of respected national societies. Next, I would recommend asking your family doctor, neighbors, friends and see which name comes up more often with positive comments - basically their reputation in your community. Once you have narrowed down the list, then have consultations and see which surgeon fits your personality and needs the best. Also, where they perform the surgery, and if it is appropriately accredited, safe and respected in the community. Lastly, look at pricing once you have two surgeons that match all of the other qualities.

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Answered by Bahram Ghaderi, MD, FACS

It is difficult to choose a surgeon. However, there are many great ones. First step is to make sure they are all board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and members of respected national societies. Next, I would recommend asking your family doctor, neighbors, friends and see which name comes up more often with positive comments - basically their reputation in your community. Once you have narrowed down the list, then have consultations and see which surgeon fits your personality and needs the best. Also, where they perform the surgery, and if it is appropriately accredited, safe and respected in the community. Lastly, look at pricing once you have two surgeons that match all of the other qualities.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


William Hedden, M.D.

Published on Jun 19, 2015

They will all probably give you a good result. But as it is will all procedures the more someone performs the less common are the complications and the more predictable are the results. Just make sure they do several hundred a year not just a few.I hope this helps. Have a great day.

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Answered by William Hedden, M.D.

They will all probably give you a good result. But as it is will all procedures the more someone performs the less common are the complications and the more predictable are the results. Just make sure they do several hundred a year not just a few.I hope this helps. Have a great day.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Daniel C. Mills, M.D., F.A.C.S

Published on Jun 17, 2015

If they are all board-certified plastic surgeons I would pick the one that is part of the American Society for aesthetic plastic surgery as they have the majority of their surgery in aesthetic surgery. Also look for the one that has the most experience and has been doing those type of procedures for the longest

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Answered by Daniel C. Mills, M.D., F.A.C.S

If they are all board-certified plastic surgeons I would pick the one that is part of the American Society for aesthetic plastic surgery as they have the majority of their surgery in aesthetic surgery. Also look for the one that has the most experience and has been doing those type of procedures for the longest

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Larry Leverett, MD, FACS

Published on Jun 17, 2015

This is a very commonly confusing scenario. There are many quality surgeons and many boards to which physicians belong. They can be certified in family practice, radiology, otolaryngology, dermatology, or simply "cosmetic surgery". But, In general, it's no secret that one should look for surgeons who are board certified but the American Board of Plastic Surgery. Also, the main membership that qualifies, assures, and continues their annual aesthetic education is the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS). We are not hard to find and it behooves you to consult with one of these truly qualified surgeons.

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Answered by Larry Leverett, MD, FACS

This is a very commonly confusing scenario. There are many quality surgeons and many boards to which physicians belong. They can be certified in family practice, radiology, otolaryngology, dermatology, or simply "cosmetic surgery". But, In general, it's no secret that one should look for surgeons who are board certified but the American Board of Plastic Surgery. Also, the main membership that qualifies, assures, and continues their annual aesthetic education is the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS). We are not hard to find and it behooves you to consult with one of these truly qualified surgeons.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Paul Wigoda M.D.

Published on Jun 17, 2015

I would look at their before and afters, and speak to a few of their patients to see how their experiences were. With the technique I use, most of my patients have virtually no pain (see painlessbreastimplants.com), while they often tell me that their friends who went to other surgeons were in severe pain for weeks and cant believe how easy their recovery is. You wont get that information from just looking at photos. I also don't recommend shopping strictly by price. That's often a recipe for disaster.

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Answered by Paul Wigoda M.D.

I would look at their before and afters, and speak to a few of their patients to see how their experiences were. With the technique I use, most of my patients have virtually no pain (see painlessbreastimplants.com), while they often tell me that their friends who went to other surgeons were in severe pain for weeks and cant believe how easy their recovery is. You wont get that information from just looking at photos. I also don't recommend shopping strictly by price. That's often a recipe for disaster.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Shayne Webb, M.D.

Published on Jun 17, 2015

In this case we would suggest go with the one who makes you feel the most comfortable and at ease at their office. Find out what the follow-up care is like with all of the particular practitioners. If they are not similar let that help you to determine your choice. Surgery does not end when you leave the OR. Good luck on making the best decision for you!

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Answered by Shayne Webb, M.D.

In this case we would suggest go with the one who makes you feel the most comfortable and at ease at their office. Find out what the follow-up care is like with all of the particular practitioners. If they are not similar let that help you to determine your choice. Surgery does not end when you leave the OR. Good luck on making the best decision for you!

Published on Jul 11, 2012


John J. O'Brien, Jr. M.D.

Published on Jun 17, 2015

Hello, and thank you for this question. I would recommend that disc lost all of your concerns with the potential surgeon to find out who appears to be the most qualified in and perfect your needs. Also look around the office in regards to the staff. You may also try to contact a local medical County or any of your family physicians to see if they have any recommendations. Also remember there are many qualified plastic surgeons and I am sure you will obtain a good result with a qualified practitioner in your area.
Best of luck

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Answered by John J. O'Brien, Jr. M.D.

Hello, and thank you for this question. I would recommend that disc lost all of your concerns with the potential surgeon to find out who appears to be the most qualified in and perfect your needs. Also look around the office in regards to the staff. You may also try to contact a local medical County or any of your family physicians to see if they have any recommendations. Also remember there are many qualified plastic surgeons and I am sure you will obtain a good result with a qualified practitioner in your area.
Best of luck

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Joseph M. Perlman, M.D.

Published on Jun 17, 2015

It's important to feel comfortable with your surgeon since this is an elective procedure. Make sure that he answers all your questions and express your concerns. Ask if you can see before and after pictures and also if he has imaging technology in his office where you can see simulations of your before and after (understanding that is no guarantee that your after will turn out exactly as it looks on the simulation). Also asked the doctor if you can speak with patients who had the procedure. Lastly, look at reviews of the physician.

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Answered by Joseph M. Perlman, M.D.

It's important to feel comfortable with your surgeon since this is an elective procedure. Make sure that he answers all your questions and express your concerns. Ask if you can see before and after pictures and also if he has imaging technology in his office where you can see simulations of your before and after (understanding that is no guarantee that your after will turn out exactly as it looks on the simulation). Also asked the doctor if you can speak with patients who had the procedure. Lastly, look at reviews of the physician.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


More About Doctor James Fernau MD

Published on Jun 17, 2015

Check their credentials and where they have trained and look carefully over their patient reviews. Members of the American Society of aesthetic plastic surgery (ASAPS) perform more aesthetic surgery than other societies. And most importantly choose the doctor you have a good relationship with.

Answered by James Fernau MD (View Profile)

Check their credentials and where they have trained and look carefully over their patient reviews. Members of the American Society of aesthetic plastic surgery (ASAPS) perform more aesthetic surgery than other societies. And most importantly choose the doctor you have a good relationship with.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


More About Doctor Tom Pousti, M.D.

Published on Jun 17, 2015

Thank you for your question. I am glad that you are meeting with board certified plastic surgeons. I always suggest to patients to choose their surgeon by making sure they are comfortable communicating with them and see lots of before and after photos similar to your body type and feel confident proceeding with surgery. Price should not be a factor in my opinion.
Best Wishes

Answered by Tom Pousti, M.D. (View Profile)

Thank you for your question. I am glad that you are meeting with board certified plastic surgeons. I always suggest to patients to choose their surgeon by making sure they are comfortable communicating with them and see lots of before and after photos similar to your body type and feel confident proceeding with surgery. Price should not be a factor in my opinion.
Best Wishes

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Remus Repta M.D.

Published on Jun 17, 2015

It can be hard to make a decision among plastic surgeons sometimes. You will want to consider their before and after photos as well as their online reviews to get a better idea of which plastic surgeon you would prefer most. After you do so, you will also have a better feeling of which plastic surgeon is the best match for you.

All the best
Dr. Remus Repta

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Answered by Remus Repta M.D.

It can be hard to make a decision among plastic surgeons sometimes. You will want to consider their before and after photos as well as their online reviews to get a better idea of which plastic surgeon you would prefer most. After you do so, you will also have a better feeling of which plastic surgeon is the best match for you.

All the best
Dr. Remus Repta

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Andrew Trussler MD, FACS

Published on Jun 17, 2015

Choosing the right plastic surgeon can be confusing because price and credentials are similar. Trusting your gut as far as who listened and who connected with you is important. Think about who spent the time to hear what you wanted and considered the right option for you.

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Answered by Andrew Trussler MD, FACS

Choosing the right plastic surgeon can be confusing because price and credentials are similar. Trusting your gut as far as who listened and who connected with you is important. Think about who spent the time to hear what you wanted and considered the right option for you.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


More About Doctor Christopher Pelletiere, MD

Published on Jun 17, 2015

If all things were pretty equal - cost and plan- then my opinion is to go with the surgeon that made you feel the most comfortable, was easy to communicate with, and spent the most time with you going over all of the details. The more comfortable you are with the surgeon beforehand, the easier it is to discuss any issues with them afterwards.

Answered by Christopher Pelletiere, MD (View Profile)

If all things were pretty equal - cost and plan- then my opinion is to go with the surgeon that made you feel the most comfortable, was easy to communicate with, and spent the most time with you going over all of the details. The more comfortable you are with the surgeon beforehand, the easier it is to discuss any issues with them afterwards.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Otto Placik, MD

Published on Jun 17, 2015

Coke or Pepsi? Sometimes there is no one answer and there may be different choices depending on your preferences. It sounds as if you have seen qualified surgeons. After that, your choice may come down to recommendations from other patients or professional colleagues. You may need to trust your gut. While price is important, it should be the least irrelevant factor in your decision.

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Answered by Otto Placik, MD

Coke or Pepsi? Sometimes there is no one answer and there may be different choices depending on your preferences. It sounds as if you have seen qualified surgeons. After that, your choice may come down to recommendations from other patients or professional colleagues. You may need to trust your gut. While price is important, it should be the least irrelevant factor in your decision.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Leland M. Deane, M.D, F.A.C.S

Published on Jun 17, 2015

First, I would never pick a surgeon based on price alone. Second, as a benchmark, I would ask yourself which surgeon will support you not just in the short term but over a longer period if necessary.

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Answered by Leland M. Deane, M.D, F.A.C.S

First, I would never pick a surgeon based on price alone. Second, as a benchmark, I would ask yourself which surgeon will support you not just in the short term but over a longer period if necessary.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Aristocrat Plastic Surgery

Published on Jun 17, 2015

Look at the before and after pictures of one you are most similar with and like their results. Make sure they perform many of the procedures you are interested in, use a board certified anesthesiologist in an accredited facility. Member of ASAPS is another distinction of cosmetic focus.

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Answered by Aristocrat Plastic Surgery

Look at the before and after pictures of one you are most similar with and like their results. Make sure they perform many of the procedures you are interested in, use a board certified anesthesiologist in an accredited facility. Member of ASAPS is another distinction of cosmetic focus.

Published on Jul 11, 2012

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