Results for: "Medical Practitioners - Reconstructive Surgery" in "Durban-South, South Africa"

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Mazisi Kunene Rd

Entabeni MedCntr

Mazisi Kunene Rd

Durban

4005

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.854907400000009

30.986937200000057

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Mazisi Kunene Rd

Life Entabeni Hosp Rent Hse

Mazisi Kunene Rd

Durban

4000

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.86438

30.984981000000062

107 J B Marks Rd

St Augustines Hosp S Blk

J B Marks Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.856

30.9913

Spine Rd

Life Westville Hosp

Spine Rd

Durban

3630

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.851505

30.93279

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Medical Practitioners - Reconstructive Surgery

A qualified reconstructive surgeon is primarily responsible for the healing, repair and reconstruction of different parts of the body. Not only do they perform elective cosmetic surgery that is aimed to improve appearance, these medical practitioners are specialists in the repair and reconstruction of a person’s facial features, which also includes circumstances created by diseases, congenital disfigurements, body burns and a variety of injuries.

Any form of surgery is a very important decision and must be undertaken with careful consideration with regards to the particular surgeon who will be chosen to perform this delicate task (head and neck surgery, facial plastic surgery or any task being done on your body). Always make sure that your surgeon is board certified. This means that this practitioner has acquired the required training, board qualifications and experience to carry out this job. Secondly, he/she must be a member of (APRSSA) which is the Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons in South Africa. This means that they are abreast with the current advances in plastic surgery and are part of a board that strictly ensures modern and ethical treatment.  

Do not be shy to interview a few surgeons who specialise in plastic surgery procedures, as it is important to feel comfortable with your practitioner. Also be honest with your surgeon; let them know your complete health report as this is vital before they begin work on your body.

To search for a specialist in your area visit the Yellowpages and choose one best suited for you. 

Medical Practitioners - Reconstructive Surgery

A qualified reconstructive surgeon is primarily responsible for the healing, repair and reconstruction of different parts of the body. Not only do they perform elective cosmetic surgery that is aimed to improve appearance, these medical practitioners are specialists in the repair and reconstruction of a person’s facial features, which also includes circumstances created by diseases, congenital disfigurements, body burns and a variety of injuries.

Any form of surgery is a very important decision and must be undertaken with careful consideration with regards to the particular surgeon who will be chosen to perform this delicate task (head and neck surgery, facial plastic surgery or any task being done on your body). Always make sure that your surgeon is board certified. This means that this practitioner has acquired the required training, board qualifications and experience to carry out this job. Secondly, he/she must be a member of (APRSSA) which is the Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons in South Africa. This means that they are abreast with the current advances in plastic surgery and are part of a board that strictly ensures modern and ethical treatment.  

Do not be shy to interview a few surgeons who specialise in plastic surgery procedures, as it is important to feel comfortable with your practitioner. Also be honest with your surgeon; let them know your complete health report as this is vital before they begin work on your body.

To search for a specialist in your area visit the Yellowpages and choose one best suited for you. 

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