We’ve been receiving some great questions about our PermaLip procedure, and we figured, “What better way to answer these questions than in a blog post?”
For those of you unfamiliar with PermaLip implants, they are soft but solid implants, tailored to each patient’s needs, and it is the ideal procedure for individuals interesting in natural fuller, plumper looking lips.
What is it that makes the PermaLip procedure revolutionary, and why do you stand behind it?
The implant used in the PermaLip procedure is a very soft, silicone based implant that gives the lips an incredibly natural look and feel.
What is the most important thing for patients to understand about this procedure?
It is completely reversible, but like any minor plastic surgery, there are minor risks. This is why, before undergoing any surgery, patients will discuss their options completely with Dr. Klein, a Board Certified plastic surgeon.
How long have you been offering PermaLip?
PermaLip has been available at HKB Renaissance Plastic Surgery for three years.
What can patients expect from their first PermaLip consultation?
In the first consultation, you can expect a personal, one-on-one discussion with Dr. Klein himself.
What do you think makes Dr. Klein and the HKB Renaissance Plastic Surgery team unique?
We offer impeccable service, and we always treat patients like family.
When it comes to patient experience, what are your hopes? What do you do to ensure that patient experience is always positive?
We always want our patients to have a pleasant experience with HKB Renaissance Plastic Surgery, with fulfilling results. We believe that patient education, in addition to fully understanding our patient’s needs, is the key to a positive experience.
What would you say to patients who have concerns about pursuing plastic surgery?
First, choose a Board Certified plastic surgeon, and check his/her background. Then, have a face to face discussion to discuss any to all concerns.
What is the most rewarding part about performing plastic surgery?
For us, safe surgeries and happy patients are the most rewarding parts.