Frequently Asked Questions

There are many things to think about when contemplating plastic surgery. To assist you in understanding plastic surgery better, we have put together answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.

Procedure FAQs


Plastic Surgery FAQs

What Will My Surgery Cost?

How do I choose a plastic surgeon?

Are all Plastic Surgeons board certified?

Why don’t all plastic surgeons use hospitals?

What is the difference in education for plastic surgeons?

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What will my surgery cost?

Each patient fee is based upon you, individually. No two patients are alike, not even twins. The same rule applies to cosmetic surgery. Specific costs and financing options will be discussed, in detail, during your free confidential initial consultation. -Read More-

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How do I choose a plastic surgeon?

There are a variety of things to consider when choosing a plastic surgeon, including procedures offered, board certification status,hospital credentials, and more. -Read More-

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Are all Plastic Surgeons board certified?

The surgeons at Star Plastic Surgery have completed their training in general surgery and an additional residency and/or fellowship plastic/reconstructive surgery. They are board certified or board eligible in plastic and reconstructive surgery.

Star Plastic Surgery is considered one of the preeminent plastic surgical practices in the United States and our patients come to us from around the world. Plastic surgery is all we do.

Star Plastic Surgery’s surgeons have been nominated for and have received the highest professional accolades and awards for their outstanding results and compassionate patient care. -Read More-

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Why don’t all plastic surgeons use hospitals?

Virtually all of Star Plastic Surgery’s procedures are performed in the area’s leading hospitals or accredited surgical center to assure your safety and comfort. Our doctors have surgical privileges at the area’s finest hospitals and have successfully performed all of the procedures that you may select.

Many physicians who perform cosmetic surgery are, in fact, NOT plastic surgeons. They are family physicians, gynecologists, dermatologists, pediatricians, radiologists, dentists and doctors from other specialties. They do not have privileges in accredited hospitals or out-patient surgical facilities to perform plastic surgery procedures. -Read More-

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What is the difference in education for plastic surgeons?

Star Plastic Surgery’s surgeons have all completed their training in general surgery and an additional 3-5 year residency or fellowship in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

Our surgeons have all earned Board Certification in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. -Read More-

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If you don't see the answers you're looking for in the FAQs, or have additional questions, please feel free to contact us for more information.