Plastic Surgery FAQs Denver
Below is a list of some frequently asked questions, but please feel free to call our office at (303) 321-3210 if you need additional information. One of our patient coordinators will be happy to assist you.
Q: Is Dr. Squires a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon?
Q: What is plastic surgery?
Q: Why do they call it "plastic" surgery?
Q: What qualifications should I look for in a plastic surgeon?
Q: Are plastic surgeons and cosmetic surgeons the same?
Q: Can you ever be too old for cosmetic surgery?
Q: Is there anything special I need to do to prepare for cosmetic surgery?
Q: Is plastic surgery painful?
Q: How long will my results last?
Q: What kind of anesthesia is used?
Q: Are you seeing more and more male clients, and what procedures are they coming to you for?
- Eyelid surgery
- Facelift surgery
Q: What is a tummy tuck and what is it for?
Q: What is Power Assisted Liposuction?
Q: What is BOTOX® Cosmetic?
Q: Can you do a full face laser or partial face laser at the same time you perform a facelift?
Q: How does the aging process affect my face?
Q: Do plastic surgeons ever say "no" to performing a procedure?
Q: Will I look natural after my surgery?
Q: When can I go back to work?
Q: When can I begin to exercise?
Q: What is microdermabrasion?
Q: Is there a right age for cosmetic surgery?
Q: Will my insurance company pay for a cosmetic surgery procedure?
Most, if not all, insurances do not pay for cosmetic surgery. There are the occasional procedures, however, that are considered borderline of in some ways reconstructive. Examples of these are breast reduction surgery or nasal surgery when it follows an injury, or involves the ability to breathe through one’s nose. Other than that, if there is any component of “cosmetic”, insurance companies deny coverage.
Q: How can I pay for my cosmetic surgery?
If you are interested in plastic surgery in the Denver, Colorado area, contact us or call 303-321-3210 to schedule a consultation.