Top ethical principles in my professional practice
I practice only globally proven plastic and aesthetic procedures.
I respect the wishes of the patient and do not recommend plastic and aesthetic interventions that he did not explicitly ask for.
During the first consultation, I provide the patient with comprehensive and competent first-person, single-person information about what will happen to him personally. I know the patient with the advantages and disadvantages of the medical intervention he desires.
I perform surgeries and procedures when the patient has the conviction and inner comfort with regard to the plastic or aesthetic intervention he wants to undertake.
My duty is to take into account the general health of the patient, both physical and mental, as well as with his age, and not recommend procedures for which the body is not physically mature.
I follow the rule: “Consultation is not an surgery.” The time for reflection in making a conscious decision is a key point for achieving a satisfactory result.
I guarantee patient feedback to me and my team after the intervention.
I do not perform interventions in patients with unrealistic expectations threatening their lives.
I observe professional ethics in terms of public activity.
My public focus is on focusing on educating the audience on procedures related to plastic and aesthetic surgery as well as on world standards in this field.
Do not make vague and misleading advertising messages that undermine the industry’s prestige and create an aesthetic complex in potential patients.