A new television series on the E! Network will demonstrate the importance of choosing a reputable plastic surgeon when electing to have surgical cosmetic procedures. Called "Botched," the show debuts June 24 and will follow two California plastic surgeons as they work to undo damage inflicted on patients in previous operations.
According to an E! press release, early episodes of the series will feature a young mom who suffered a botched breast augmentation, resulting in a painful "uniboob" condition. Another woman was in a car accident that collapsed her nose, but bad reconstructive surgery failed to restore her good looks. Yet another patient put her life at risk by seeking a cheap tummy tuck out of the country.
Even celebrities have fallen victim to the work of unqualified or low-performing doctors. According to MSN.com, actress Denise Richards has admitted she didn't choose her physician carefully enough when she got breast implants as a teenager. She went on to have three additional surgeries to correct the poorly done initial operation.
You should never put your safety at risk by trusting a cosmetic surgeon who is under-qualified or operating on the black market. The physical and aesthetic damage wrought in these procedures can be incredibly costly to correct. Sometimes the residual problems are irreversible and may even be life-threatening.
Patients looking to have safe, effective surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures can avoid all of these costly risks and potentially fatal health problems by only visiting reputable, American board certified plastic surgeons. If you're considering having cosmetic surgery in Florida, call the office of Dr. Christopher Craft to schedule a consultation. Dr. Craft is one of the best plastic surgeons in Miami.