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Default Technology Brings Liposuction Doctors and Patients Together - 05-15-2013, 02:32 PM

Technology has done amazing things for the medical sciences. Both doctors and patients benefit from advanced technologies in a variety of ways. Doctors’ offices utilize computer technologies to make administrative tasks less time consuming and more accurate. And technology has improved most aspects of medicine itself. Procedures have become infinitely safer and outcomes have gotten better for many patients. But patients and doctors are also using technology in surprising new ways to connect and discuss procedures even before a patient sets foot inside the clinic.
Plastic surgery is a field of medicine that has always been on the cutting edge. Because plastic surgeons aren’t restricted by some of the same insurance regulations that other doctors have to work with, plastic surgery is light years ahead of other branches of medicine in many ways. Plastic surgeons tend to be the first to embrace or develop new technologies. Today, for example, many liposuction surgeons are offering consultations at a distance using new technologies. Whereas in the past, a surgical procedure like liposuction might require an in-person meeting prior to the surgery date, today, doctors are able to evaluate patients using digital media and do the initial consultation online or over the phone and then set up an appointment for the procedure at a time that’s convenient for the patient.
Liposuction patients need to be evaluated by a surgeon before the procedure to determine where they hope to lose fat or gain extra volume in the body. Using digital technologies and the Internet, surgeons today are able to provide a full consultation to patients before they make a long trip to the clinic to meet. Patients can thoroughly consider the costs and benefits of traveling for liposuction to make a decision about what’s right for them.
Liposuction patients have more options today because of the new technologies available and the ways in which these technologies are being used. Patients are able to set up consultations and meet with plastic surgeons via Skype or other Internet video-conferencing technologies to find the doctor who is right for them. Traveling for liposuction surgery is much easier today than it was years ago. Indeed, many patients even travel abroad to find plastic surgery at a price that appeals to them. Within the United States, many patients are also willing to travel to locate a plastic surgeon they can trust. Consultations that take place via video-conferencing has made it easier for patients to consider the virtues of using a liposuction surgeon who is farther away from them.
Plastic surgery has always been a technology-driven field and today liposuction surgeons are making use of everyday technologies to learn more about patients from afar. And patients are realizing that they have many options available if they are willing make use of these technologies to talk with a doctor at a distance. As a result, patients are able to seek out liposuction surgeons from across the country who are most likely to offer them the results they really want, from doctors who are working on the cutting edge of medicine.
   
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