It’s not all about the money.
The internet can help you save money and get a feel for how much your local plastic surgeon can charge.
We’re looking at the best places to go for your own private eye and dental care.
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Visit local plastic surgeons You can visit a local plastic surgery center and ask a friendly staff member if they’ll refer you to a local surgeon.
It’s important to remember that they’ll only give you referrals for certain procedures, such as a cheek surgery, liposuction, breast augmentation or breast reconstruction.
You should always ask about fees and treatments before you pay.
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Go to local beauty salons They can be expensive, but they’re often more convenient than going to a big-box store or a dermatologist.
You can often get a discount if you’re a student, someone with a disability or someone who has a family member with an eating disorder.
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Check out beauty salon reviews to find a reputable surgeon near you.
Many beauty salmans are reputable companies with reviews from trusted experts who recommend the products that suit your skin type, hair type, size, hair shape and complexion.
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Find local beauty clinics Some beauty salmons offer an app that helps you find the best salon in your area.
They often offer free and discounted treatments and surgeries.
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Try to avoid your local barber It’s common for barbers to advertise that they’re “no-shave” or “no cuts” so that they can charge more for their services.
It also seems to be the case that people who shave are more likely to get the same kind of cuts as people who don’t shave.
However, barbers have a responsibility to you to know their own health and the health of your skin.
If you’re not sure if they are safe, please do not be afraid to ask them for a referral.
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Find your local beauty school Many beauty schools are reputable places where you can get referrals for their own services, or you can find out what classes are available in your neighborhood.
They may also have a program for people with disabilities.
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Look up local hospitals You can find information about hospitals in your local area.
You may also want to search for local doctors.
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Talk to your local health care provider If you or a loved one has any type of health problem or if you have a chronic condition, ask your local doctor or hospital about your needs.
These questions will help you find an experienced plastic surgeon or doctor with your specific medical needs. 9 / 14