A Great Experience at a Cosmetic Surgery Clinic


Aug 27, 2012
For most of us, cosmetic surgery is an opportunity to transform ourselves into something we’ve always wanted to be. A patient turns to this industry to look better, and from doing that, they feel better about themselves and how they are perceived. Cosmetic treatments can dramatically boost self esteem, and make an individual improve their relationships in the social and professional realms with their positive self image. While most experiences are overwhelmingly positive, sometimes cosmetic surgery cannot achieve the appearance a patient wants and actually makes it worse.  The results may not have been what the patient wanted or expected. This is the source of most patients’ disappointment, and the most common reason why patients complain.  The complaint is often expressed verbally to the medical professional whom the patient believes caused the problem, then often taken to someone with more authority in achieving resolution (if applicable).  Most of the time, resolution is in the form of financial compensation, such as a refund of free treatment. It is always accompanied by an apology. Cosmetic surgeons and medical aesthetician staff are in the business of serving their patients, and reputable ones will strive to satisfy their patients. After all, it’s just good business sense. For this reason, if you as a patient ever feel as if you have not received a level of service and product that is satisfactory or better, and feel duped, then it should be expected of you to file a complaint. That way, you’ll be compensated for your troubles and strengthen the relationship between you and your cosmetic provider.
Realistic Expectations
The first thing you should do as a patient is to make sure you have realistic expectations from the results that can be achieved. You need to understand the possible results that can be achieved and how it will be perceived by you. If you think that cosmetic surgery will turn you into a superstar, allowing you to look the same as a, for example, celebrity, then you will never be happy with the results. Cosmetic surgery is reserved for patients who have realistic goals and expectations, and are mentally and physically stable. For more information about Skin Vitality Complaints Share Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin Share via MySpace Share on Orkut share via Reddit Share on identica Share with Stumblers Share on technorati Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later Bookmark in Browser