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Consultation Process

For the YoungVitalizer, The Breakthrough Incision-Less Facelift by Dr. Philip Young and The YoungVitalizer Team:

Our Mission is to Provide Unwavering Quality Care to Improve People’s Lives Through Facial Plastic Surgery and the YoungVitalizer

Our mission is to help you look healthy and younger by providing the ultimate in quality medical care. Dr. Philip Young, the surgeons and our medical teams strive to be available for patients at all times. Our Plastic Surgery Consultation Process for YoungVitalizer begins when you first call us.

When you’re a YoungVitalizer patient you get help when you need it.
We even give you your doctor’s cell phone number.

Initial Consultation

When you come in for your consultation, our patient coordinators will try to spend as much time as possible to really understand your needs. During the consultation, we’ll show you before and after pictures and/or computer imaging, so you can see the possibilities. We will discuss the before and after photographs to give you an idea of what to expect. After your initial consultation with the patient coordinator, the doctor will make suggestions to help attain your goals. You’ll have multiple chances to ask questions and our patient care coordinator will shepherd you through the rest of the process.

The initial consultation is free with our patient care coordinators or if you sign up with us online and then book a procedure. We do ask for an initial consultation fee for our doctors that can be applied to any procedure you wish. We ask that you give us at least 24-hour notice of cancellation. If we are not given at least 24-hour notice, you may be charged the consultation fee which would not be applicable to services. Our patient care coordinators are personally trained by Dr. Young and our other doctors to make sure you are getting the highest quality care and attention.
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Paperwork to prepare for your first appointment:

We have the utmost respect for your privacy. If you complete the forms ahead of time we’ll be able to help you much faster. You can also email these documents to us and we’ll be a step ahead. If you are from out of town, we’ll be happy to set up a phone or video consultation. To help us with this we would like you to take some photos like this 5 basic photos. For out of town consultations you should visit our Out of town consultation process as well

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    Pre-Procedure Consultation

    Once your procedure has been scheduled, we bring you back approximately 2 weeks prior, for a pre-procedure consultation. This is to discuss the type of anesthesia that best suits your personal needs and give you our special Care Package with instructions. You also get access to the doctor’s personal office email that is checked multiple times a day. Any question is welcome!
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    Medications to Avoid.
    Different Levels of Anesthesia

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    The Day of Your Procedure

    On the day of your procedure, your physician will review your personal case with you. Our doctors will go over all the areas of the face to discuss where we are going to shape your face. This allows you to have some input into how we approach each area. After the procedure, we will have our nurses and ancillary staff go over all of the post procedure instructions with you and your caretaker (our care package will also have this information). We recommend you read through the pre-procedure and post-procedure paperwork beforehand.
    We will go over them with you and your caretaker before and after your procedure.
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    Post-Procedure Care

    Our doctors will personally call you in the evening to check on you to be sure you have all your questions answered. During this evening call, our physicians will also speak with your caretaker and answer any questions they have. For most of our procedures, we will also have you come back the following day so a physician can make sure you and your caretaker are doing well.
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