Plastic Surgery

Did your cosmetic procedure leave you with devastating results?

Cosmetic surgery, both surgical and non-surgical, is an extremely lucrative business. Many doctors use aggressive marketing tactics to obtain clients and persuade them to undergo pricey procedures, sometimes without any regard to prior medical history or existing health conditions. In order to cash in on this booming market, many doctors and nurses who lack the necessary specialized training or certification are also performing cosmetic procedures in their offices, without access to the appropriate emergency medical care. Because most of these procedures are not covered by health insurance, this practice area is generally free from managed care restrictions and oversight. It is important to know that each procedure carries potential risks if performed by untrained, inexperienced or negligent doctors and nurses.

What are some common cosmetic procedures that could be dangerous if not performed properly?

  • Breast augmentation/reduction
  • Face-lift and blepharoplasty
  • Rhinoplasty (nose reshaping)
  • Chemical and Laser Skin Resurfacing

Common injuries associated with these procedures:

  • Excessive scarring
  • Nerve damage
  • Disfigurement
  • Life threatening infections
  • Blood Clots

These are just a few examples. The best way to understand if you were a victim of plastic surgery malpractice is to contact us. You may be entitled to compensation. You can do that by completing the form for a free legal consultation or by calling the phone number listed on this page.


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Last modified: September 10, 2020