Like sports, vacations and fashion, plastic surgery also has its seasons. A majority of people at our practice at the Robert Zubowski MD Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in Paramus, NJ, schedule their procedures from October to March. At the Robert Zubowski MD Center for Plastic Surgery we encourage patients to explore their cosmetic options. First comes the October to early November plastic surgery rush in anticipation of the holiday party season where many patients want their facial features improved. For some, a cosmetic filler or an injectable, or a few sessions with our licensed aesthetician may be enough. If more extensive work is required, the post-holiday winter months are ideal. Also, patients tell me that giving themselves a gift of cosmetic rejuvenation is a way of lifting their winter doldrums. Many of our patients during this time will schedule procedures that produce the dramatic body improvements they’ve always wanted for themselves. For example, liposuction and breast surgery patients often schedule their surgery two or three months before swimsuit and shorts weather. If you’re interested in liposuction you might like to read an article at: medicinenet.com. Sometimes, it may not be the calendar but rather a memorable event like a wedding, a divorce or even the death of a friend or loved one that sparks an inner desire for self- improvement. No matter when you decide to schedule your procedure at the Robert Zubowski MD Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery I’d like to stress that your convenience and comfort is always a priority. Over the years we have refined our in-take protocol to make sure that you are thoroughly knowledgeable about your procedure starting with your initial exploratory phone call. The first step is to schedule your consultation with me to discuss how we can best accomplish your aesthetic goals in partnership. Please contact our office manager who will set up the best time.
“I’ve been a patient of Dr. Zubowski for over 15 years. Every procedure I have had, big and little, they have all been unfailingly caring and I’m very happy here.”
Patient for 15 years