Plastic Surgery lodging for travel patients
Local Accomodations for Plastic Surgery Patients Travelling to SpringfieldPhoto by Ironass - Own work, Public Domain, Link
Located on some of New England's most fertile farmland in the Connecticut River Valley, at the mid-point of America's major Northeast trade routes between New York City, Boston, The Great Lakes, and Montreal, Canada, the City of Springfield (pop. 155,000) has been the technological and cultural center of the Connecticut River Valley since its founding in 1636.
Nicknamed The City of Homes because of its ubiquitous Victorian architecture, Springfield is a highly walkable city with much of the its attractive Victorian residential architecture focused in its street-car suburb neighborhoods. Here are some options for patients travelling to Springfield from out of the area. These are listed according to their distance from our office. Please use the information provided to contact them directly to arrange your stay.
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Cosmetic Surgery Tourism Outside the United States
Although there are many skilled and qualified physicians practicing all over world, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons cautions that it may be difficult to assess the training and credentials of surgeons outside of the United States. In addition, devices and products used may not meet U.S. standards. Beware of cosmetic surgery tourism packages: bargain surgery can end up being very costly.
For patients travelling abroad, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery also recommends that you take the time to fully understand what your aftercare requirements will be. How long after your procedure will you need to stay in the area? Who will care for you in your initial recovery?, and what physician will care for you at home if complications arise? What are the costs for this post-operative care?
Travel after Surgery
Before flying, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons suggests waiting five to seven days after body procedures such as liposuction and breast augmentation and seven to 10 days after cosmetic procedures of the face including facelifts, eyelid surgery, nose jobs, and laser treatments. Long travel flights taken too soon can increase the risk of post-surgical complications.