WHY A MEDICAL SPA SHOULD HAVE A DOCTOR ON SITE

One tip I give anyone interested in finding a Las Vegas medical spa is to make sure there is a qualified, board certified, medical practitioner (like doctors) that do the procedures themselves, and evaluate you properly.  A lot of medical spas in Las Vegas have lower prices, however, it’s not even a doctor doing the procedures – so when there are complications, they may not even know what to do.  So it is very important to make sure that there is a qualified medical doctor on site, in case something happens.  Find out the qualifications and skills of the doctor instead of basing your decision primarily on the price.

I find that the most common mistake is to only look at the prices and choose the cheapest.  Many of the times they’ll end up with someone doing the procedure who isn’t a doctor, and then ending up with complications.  Many of them end up at my clinic, and I correct those complications – something we really don’t want to have.  So when you’re looking for a medical spa – please make sure that there’s a medical doctor on site that will help you and explain everything to you.  That way, if there are any complications, the doctor will be available to you right away at the Las Vegas medical spa.

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