What questions should I ask during a cosmetic surgery consultation?

The consultation can be identified as the most important part of the cosmetic surgery process and the eventual success of the procedure you undergo is directly related to how ‘successful’ the consultation proves to be.

What should I establish during my cosmetic surgery consultation?

Your consultation is necessary to establish a good relationship with your cosmetic surgeon. This will be one based on trust and good communication. It is important that you can communicate clearly what you wish to achieve from the planned procedure otherwise your surgeon may produce something you didn’t want.

It is also their chance to evaluate you; Mr Sudip Ghosh will assess any prospective patient, physically, mentally and emotionally. First, to ensure that he is able to fulfil your expectations in terms of the change that will be wrought and that you are physically able to undergo the procedure.

Secondly, it is crucial to Milton Keynes-based cosmetic surgeon Mr Ghosh that you are in the right frame of mind to undergo cosmetic surgery. You might be approaching it at the wrong time, when you’ve just experienced a major life-changing event such as the breakdown of a relationship or the death of a loved one. Or, Mr Ghosh may feel that you’ll never be ready for cosmetic surgery because your expectations are unrealistic and you’ll never

What are the most important questions I should ask my cosmetic surgeon?

Make sure you ask about the potential cons of the procedure as well as the upsides. Cosmetic surgery is a serious business and there are many possible complications and problems that you have to have fully taken into account before you make the decision to go ahead.

This is why Mr Sudip Ghosh always offers a full, comprehensive consultation to all his Buckinghamshire cosmetic surgery patients, to ensure that they have taken everything on board. If they wish to come back for a follow-up meeting because they have further questions then he is always happy to see them.