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Board Certified Plastic Surgeons

Board certified plastic surgeons are specialists who can perform the following: breast surgeries, rhinoplasties, face lifts, and tummy tucks. Some plastic surgeons also provide general plastic surgery procedures as well. For example, a surgeon might perform a facelift on a patient’s face to improve his/her appearance.

In order to become a board certified plastic surgeon, an individual must be a registered nurse with at least two years of experience under his/her belt. The registered nurse must have completed a two-year undergraduate degree or its equivalent and pass a qualifying exam, which may consist of a written test, a numerical reasoning test, a skill test, and a clinical examination. In addition, a physician must pass an examination that tests the surgeon’s knowledge in the specific area of plastic surgery.

To become a certified plastic surgeon, a physician must first complete an associate degree or a bachelor’s degree program from an approved university. It is essential that the bachelor’s degree program must be accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAHEP). The physician must then complete four years of residency in a general plastic surgery center. After completing his/her residency, the doctor must finish a four-year bachelor’s program at an approved community college, medical school, or university.

After completing a bachelor’s degree, the physician must undergo a thorough training in order to become a member of the surgical team. During this time, he/she will be exposed to a wide variety of procedures and techniques, including advanced surgery techniques and the most up-to-date methods of medicine. In addition, the trainee will undergo a rigorous training process that prepares them for their future position in the cosmetic and reconstructive industry.

In order to become board certified, a physician must pass a written examination administered by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAHEP). After passing this examination, the board certified physician can apply for a license to practice in his/her state. The license allows him/her to perform plastic surgery procedures and perform surgery under the supervision of a licensed physician.

If you are considering a career in cosmetic surgery and would like to become board certified, contact a board certified plastic surgeon today. Your search will be easier when using an online referral service. You can ask questions, read articles and check current news stories about cosmetic surgery, and learn about the latest in cosmetic surgery procedures.

Farahmand Plastic Surgery
12411 Brantley Commons Ct
Fort Myers, FL 33907
(239) 332-2388