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Strategies for Identifying Candidates for Cosmetic Surgery

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    Avoiding potential problem patients in cosmetic surgery: It's a concern that many practitioners face on a regular basis, reminding us of the importance of patient selection and informed consent. How can we minimize the number of problem patients in our practice, and how can we limit the influence of those who are already in our practice? On the flipside, who is an ideal candidate for surgery? Dr. Peter Adamson, professor of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, and head of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University of Toronto, shares advice for staying on the lookout for the various categories of patients. Dr. Michael Epstein hosts.

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    Avoiding potential problem patients in cosmetic surgery: It's a concern that many practitioners face on a regular basis, reminding us of the importance of patient selection and informed consent. How can we minimize the number of problem patients in our practice, and how can we limit the influence of those who are already in our practice? On the flipside, who is an ideal candidate for surgery? Dr. Peter Adamson, professor of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, and head of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University of Toronto, shares advice for staying on the lookout for the various categories of patients. Dr. Michael Epstein hosts.

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