American Society of Plastic Surgeons
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Magsy Faye
5 days ago

Well they sure made me feel like an idiot for even asking...

I know really nothing about major procedures nor have I ever before nor asked anything, I asked if all the things I wanted fixed was possible and how it would work. I’ve never been spoken to like such an imbecile over doing what we’re encouraged to do here which is learn and ask. I even had 1 class act correct me on How to properly answer a question.. Humble pie for the great surgeons! Cheers!

Procedure: Mommy Makeover
Type: Story

Replies 1

Tracy McCall
ASPS Surgeon

Your previous question was difficult to understand. That does not mean that you did not learn from it. You need an in person consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon. You can find a board-certified plastic surgeons in your area on the find a surgeon tab at the top of this page. Write your questions down on a piece of paper. You have quite a bit that you want to discuss, and a written list would be very beneficial. You may find that some of the things you would like to have done are not a great choice for you personally. That is fine, that is what you learn on a consultation. I also suggest that you take in a picture of what you would like to see. This is far preferable than "2cc in the lips". Leave the specifics up to the surgeon. It is possible that 2 cc in your lips would look really bad. Good luck.


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