What to expect during your consultation?
Our process, step by step.
During the initial consultation with your surgeon at Hill Country Plastic Surgery, we will discuss your concerns and personal aesthetic goals before recommending treatment options, tailored specifically to your situation. Prior to your consultation, you can review the procedures on our website so you are familiar with the various surgical techniques that could be employed to achieve the look you envision.
Once we understand your concerns and surgical goals, we will discuss your treatment options. Every patient is unique, and we will develop a custom-tailored surgical plan to achieve your individual aesthetic goals. In addition, we will thoroughly review your medical history, surgical history, medications, allergies, family medical history, and other important details. It is very important that we obtain accurate information in for these issues to ensure the procedure goes perfectly, and that your recovery is uneventful.
While discussing different treatment options, we will perform a physical exam and take measurements that are necessary for planning for your surgery. Pre-operative (before surgery) photos will be taken either at your initial consultation, or during your pre-operative visit.
After your consultation, you will receive access to your notes on the patient portal in addition to information about your specific surgery. If you have not activated your patient portal, this can be done at your appointment by asking any of our staff to assist you. If you have questions after your appointment, you can contact our office or message us through the patient portal. Some patients will require medical clearance from their primary care physician or a specialist or additional tests before undergoing surgery.
Once you have determined that you would like to have surgery and have completed any clearances and tests that were requested, contact our office at (210) 658-3555 to schedule a pre-operative appointment with one of our surgeons.
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