Prague, becoming famous because of the high level in plastic surgery
When you plan to go abroad to visit an Aesthetic Centre, find out as much as you can about the cosmetic procedure. The first thing to think about is the treatment you're having. Research what it will involve in terms of consultations, the procedure itself and aftercare.
Last year, close to the Hotel Paris in the very centre of Prague, a new aesthetic centre is placing this speciality on the top in Central Europe. Medical tourists from Great Britain, Germany and Austria are travelling to the Czech Republic because of the new technologies available in Prague and the affordable prices that can be achieved by paying with Czech crowns. Brandeis Clinic specializes in treatments in the field of corrective and laser dermatology as well as more complex procedures performed by a plastic surgeon. All care is provided in accordance with the highest safety standards.
Prague, within the list of the right cosmetic surgeonsbr
To minimise the risks, the key thing is to find a registered and fully accredited plastic surgeon.
Choosing a surgeon abroad is going to be much harder because you have to find out how doctors and clinics are regulated in your chosen country, and how standards are enforced. It may not be easy to find out if a surgeon overseas is a fully trained plastic surgeon because of differences in standards and qualifications.
It’s also important to find out whether your surgeon abroad speaks English or another language you understand well enough. This is so that they can explain all the important issues related to your surgery or treatment, and so that they understand your concerns and questions.
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