Definition of a Plastic Surgeon (aka Fine Finisher)

22nd June 2023

“The skill of restoration, reconstruction or alteration”

It is crucial to consult with a qualified Plastic Surgeon who specialises in the specific procedure that you require to resolve the issue as it is presented.

A Plastic Surgeon is a professional, who specialises in performing procedures to restore or repair. Their primary goal is to improve the function, appearance, and lifespan of the particular problem. Plastic Surgeons primarily focus on enhancing the appearance of a variety of hard surface cosmetic damage to ensure the area is restored to its original condition.

Here are some of the key responsibilities and tasks of a Plastic Surgeon:

Consultations and Evaluations: Plastic Surgeons meet with clients to discuss their concerns, goals, and expectations. They evaluate the problem, provide information about options, and recommend the most appropriate approach.

Procedures: Plastic Surgeons perform a wide range of procedures, depending on their specialsation. These may include cosmetic procedures (e.g. recolouring, cracks, burn  marks), reconstructive procedures (e.g.,uPVC damage, ceramic repairs, stone and brick damage), or corrective procedures (e.g., resurfacing, colour matching, surface repairs)

Pre-operative Planning: Plastic Surgeons plan and prepare for procedures using our unique “Visibility” Software package that allows our clients to see real time repairs and monitor all work requests.

Techniques: Plastic Surgeons employ a variety of the latest techniques to achieve the desired results.  All of our staff go through a rigorous training programme and work with a mentor until they are able to work on their own.

After Care: Plastic Surgeons educate customers about the benefits, risks, and potential outcomes of all procedures. They provide guidance on post-operative care, lifestyle modifications, and long-term expectations with a guarantee of the work as standard.

In addition to these tasks, Plastic Surgeons may also engage in research, attend conferences and professional development activities, and stay up-to-date with advancements in techniques and technologies.

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