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Why Choose a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon?

Why Choose a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon?

All plastic surgeons are not alike. If you are considering plastic surgery, it is important that you choose one who is board certified. Plastic surgeons that are certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS) are uniquely qualified and specially trained.

All plastic surgeons who claim that they are “board certified” do not have the same training. Be sure that your doctor is certified by the ABPS, and do not be fooled by other boards that sound professional. Doctors who are certified by the ABPS have:

Earned a degree from an accredited medical school
Completed three years of general surgery
Had at least two years of professional practice
Completed two to three years of supervised residency in plastic surgery
Passed rigorous written and oral exams (only about 70 percent of physicians who take the test pass it)

Best Patient Care and Low Complications

Studies reveal that board-certified plastic surgeonshave been proven to provide the best patient care, in addition to the lowest rates of complication. A survey in 1997, based on over 400,000 operations at accredited facilities revealed that:

The rate of serious complications was less than ½ percent
The mortality rate was incredibly low (only one in every 57,000 cases)

Advantages of Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

There are countless other advantages of board certification.

These plastic surgeons have experience in a wide range of experience, with procedures including:
Treatment of congenital and acquired defects in the face and body
Aesthetic (cosmetic) surgery of the face and body
Burn management
Reconstruction by tissue transfer (grafts)
Surgery to treat growths in the skin and soft tissue
Microsurgical techniques applicable to plastic surgery


Board-certified plastic surgeons have undergone years of extensive education and thorough training to attain proficiency at providing comprehensive patient care. These professionals have then successfully proven their competence to a board of experts. Therefore, board certification by the ABPS ensures that your potential plastic surgeon has the required skill level to competently perform your chosen procedure.


Where They Are Permitted To Practice

Anyone who has a medical license can call himself or herself a surgeon, even if they have no formal training in surgery. Some of these doctors without plastic surgery training will perform cosmetic surgery procedures in their offices, but are not permitted to perform them at an accredited hospital. Doctors who are trained in plastic surgery, and board-certified by the ABPS are permitted to perform procedures in their offices and also have privileges at accredited hospitals.

You should ask about (and double check) your potential plastic surgeon’s credentials and hospital privileges before undergoing treatment. It is important that your plastic surgeon has both in-office and hospital privileges, as hospitals have specific guidelines for safety and training.

If you live in the Denver, Colorado area and would like more information on breast augmentation surgery,please visit the web site for the Broadway Center for Plastic Surgeryfor more information. Denver Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. David Broadwayis a triple-board certified plastic surgeon with the skill and expertise to sculpt a beautiful bustline.

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