Why Choose Plastic Surgery Specialists?

There are many reasons to choose Plastic Surgery Specialists for your cosmetic surgery transformation. As the largest plastic surgery center in the Baltimore/Washington area, we bring together the advanced training and experience of three board-certified plastic surgeons and six estheticians who are committed to all aspects of your appearance and beauty.

An Annapolis Plastic Surgery Team Approach

By providing continuous patient care from staff accustomed to working together as a team on a regular basis, Plastic Surgery Specialists is able to offer lower surgical costs, greater flexibility in scheduling surgery, increased confidentiality, and the comfort that comes with knowing that several professionals are looking out for your wellbeing.

Accreditation

Our surgical facility is accredited by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, Inc., a national organization specializing in surgery facilities. This facility combines a surgical center and medical offices within the same complex and is staffed by an experienced team of Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists.

Answers to All Your Plastic Surgery Questions

Our in-depth consultations give you one-on-one time with your surgeon so that you can learn all about your cosmetic options and ask a full range of questions. Our doctors feel that patient education is one of their essential missions, and they take their role as educators seriously. Below are just a few questions you should consider asking of any surgical practice you visit for a consultation.

  • Is the plastic surgeon board-certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery?
  • Has the plastic surgeon completed at least five years of surgical training and a minimum of two years of plastic surgery training?
  • Is the plastic surgeon trained and experienced in all plastic surgery procedures, including breast, body, face and reconstruction?

In addition, be sure to ask questions that are “procedure-specific.” For example, ask the physician how many eyelid surgeries he or she has performed. You can even go one step further by asking how many eyelid surgeries he or she has performed on someone your age or skin coloring, etc.

Before scheduling surgery, research the doctor’s qualifications and his or her surgical experience. Ask about training and educational background. It’s also a good idea to contact the physician’s office and speak with a nurse to obtain pertinent information about the practice and the physician.

Getting Started

To visit with one of our board-certified plastic surgeons, request your consultation today or call us at 410.841.5355 to schedule your appointment.