FAQs

We've listed some of the questions we get asked most often. Our goal is to be able to answer all of your questions; if it's not listed here, please contact our office and speak to our staff.


 
 
Q: Does it hurt?
A: Most procedures are performed with anesthesia that leaves you comfortable and pain free for the duration of the procedure. In many cases, you are asleep through the entire procedure. After surgery, pain and discomfort can generally be easily controlled with medication. Soreness usually subsides within a few days.
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Q: How do I get started?
A: The first step to a new you is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Odinet. He will be happy to discuss your appearance goals, and complete a medical history exam to help determine whether plastic surgery is right for you.

Feel comfortable to ask any questions. Dr. Odinet wants you to understand your specific needs and options to help you make an informed decision. To find out what plastic surgery can do for you, contact Dr. Odinetís office to schedule your consultation appointment.

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Q: How long will it last?
A: Procedures that reshape or reconstruct are permanent. Rejuvenation procedures, such as facelifts and chemical peels last anywhere from 5 to 10 years, and can be repeated at that time.
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Q: Is it affordable?
A: Dr. Odinet accepts many different forms of payment, including cash, check and credit. There are also several finance companies that specialize in cosmetic surgery financing. Contact our office to learn more about payment options.
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Q: Where will my procedure be performed?
A: Dr. Odinetís office is equipped with an in-house state certified operating suite.  Although our medical office is very well equipped, some procedures are best performed in a hospital setting and in order to meet those needs, Dr. Odinet has operating privileges at several area hospitals.
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Q: Will anyone be able to tell?
A: Good plastic surgery is that which leaves you looking natural. The surgery should only enhance your natural beauty, not change it. Family and friends may ask if youíve been on vacation or a diet, but they probably wonít know you have had plastic surgery unless you decide to tell them.
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