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Plastic Surgery Philosophy - Dr Tim Sproule
Dr Tim Sproule

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Dr. Sproule's Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Philosophy

The term "plastic" comes from the Greek word "plastikos", meaning to mold or give form. Plastic surgery does just that - it gives new form to the human body. The specialty includes two kinds of procedures: reconstructive surgery, or procedures done to repair birth defects and deformities caused by accidents or disease, and cosmetic or aesthetic surgery, including facelifts, nose reshaping, fat suction, and other procedures done to enhance appearance.

The Consultation Overview

Don't be afraid to ask questions, no matter how trivial or how personal you think they'll sound. In fact, it's a good idea to write down your questions, beforehand, so you won't forget any of them, and to make a note of Dr. Sproule's answers as well.

Here are a few general things to look for in your consultation:
    Dr. Sproule will answer all of your questions thoroughly, in a language you can understand.

  • He will ask about your motivation and expectations, discuss them with you, and ask for your feedback to his recommendations.
  • He will offer alternatives, where appropriate, without pressuring you to consider unnecessary procedures.
  • He will welcome questions about professional qualifications, experience, costs, and payment policies.
  • He will make clear not only the risks of surgery, but also the possible variations in outcome.
  • He will make sure the final decision is yours.
Questions or Comments?

Dr Sproule's first and foremost commitment is patient safety and satisfaction.

He considers individualized care as more than just a catchphrase. Itís an attitude and a vision which he enacts every day. For this reason Dr Sproule meets with each and every patient personally at the time of your very first visit. He allows ample time for your questions and listens attentively to your goals and your concerns, and then plans your individualized care.