Robert Taylor, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Cosmetic Surgery FAQs
Is Dr. Taylor a board Certified Plastic Surgeon?
Yes, Dr. Taylor is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
What is Plastic Surgery?
A surgical specialty the reconstructs either facial or body abnormalities Caused by accidents, disease or congenital defects. People who wish to enhance their appearance, cosmetic surgery offers patients the opportunity to reshape physical features.
Is Plastic Surgery painful?
Pain toleration is different for each patient. Appropriate pain medications are prescribed for postoperative patients.
What type of anesthesia is used?
Dr. Taylor performs in a state certified operating room, with Board Certified Anesthesiologist who administer general anesthesia.
Will I be able to breast feed after augmentation?
Yes, Breast augmentation should not affect the ability to nurse.
What type of implants are used?
Saline implants (filled with sterile salt water) or silicone cohesive gel implants.
What if the implant ruptures?
Both silicone and saline breast implants can rupture or leak. If this should occur, treatment may require surgical removal of the implant.
Will I look natural after surgery?
Dr. Taylor uses the most advanced techniques to create a natural non-surgical appearance.
How long will it last?
The aging process is inevitable and largely dependent on genetics. Aesthetic surgery turns the clock back.
When can I exercise?
Depending on the procedure performed, all patients are encouraged to start a slow walking routine. Hold off on strenuous exercise until consulting with Dr. Taylor.