We take an innovative yet conservative approach to facial procedures, achieving natural, rested, and proportionate outcomes that exceed discerning and sophisticated patient expectations. Dr. Michel Siegel
Common Questions From New Patients
I. What questions should I ask the doctor during a consult to determine if they’re the right fit for me?
Before you make a decision to have surgery, you should seek more than one opinion, preferably three. Once you have done your research and selected a physician for a consultation, you need to be prepared with a list of questions. This written list is extremely important because it is very easy to feel overwhelmed and forget what you want to ask.
Some questions we recommend are:
- What part of the body do you specialize in, and what plastic surgery procedures do you specialize in?
- Are there any reasons why I am not a good candidate for this procedure? Are there alternative options?
- How frequently do you perform this particular procedure?
- How long will the surgery take?
- How long is the recovery?
- Ask about all the risks or complications. There are risks with every procedure. Full details should be provided.
II. Can I finance my plastic surgery?
Dr. Siegel offers several financing options through: Care Credit, United Medical Credit, and American Healthcare Lending. When it comes to finally getting the elective cosmetic procedure you’ve dreamed of, don’t let cost stand in the way. Financing can seem intimidating, but there are tons of reasonable options available. We have a few rules we recommend when you’re looking: make sure you don’t spend beyond your means, don’t try to get multiple loans from different companies, and don’t choose a plan without discussing it with your surgeon first.
III. Which injectable should I get?
This is an extremely common question. Whatever you’re looking for, the results are dependent on who is injecting it- not the injection itself. Many people offer injectables, but the process of obtaining an injection license takes only 48 hrs- so you have to be extremely careful when searching for an injector. While it isn’t surgical, injections are still a medical procedure. Any complications with injections are directly related to the experience and degree of the provider. Dr. Siegel has practiced for years, and completed thousands of cosmetic injections in his career to master the art of non-surgical skin rejuvenation.
Dr. Michel Siegel
Facial Plastic Surgeon
Dr. Siegel has focused his entire career on facial plastic surgery, refining each of his surgical techniques over his decades of experience. He and his practice specialize in: