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Dr. Angelchik and his staff offer a unique patient experience, from your consultation day, to your procedure, and the years that follow.
Dr. Angelchik was certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS) in 1996 and successfully completed a rigorous recertification process in 2006 and 2016. He participates in the Maintenance of Certification program through the ABPS. He is a member in good standing of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. He has also been named to Castle & Connolly’s Top Doctors in America every year since 1996.
Dr. Paul Angelchik is a Phoenix plastic surgeon who is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He is also a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Angelchik is well-trained and experienced in all forms of plastic surgery, namely breast enhancement and facial rejuvenation. He has been serving patients for over 20 years. Dr. Angelchik brings his surgical experience, expertise, and quality care to patients in and around Phoenix, Arizona.
Prior to your procedure, you will typically meet face-to-face with Dr. Angelchik twice; at your consultation and preoperative visits to develop your personalized treatment plan. Dr. Angelchik understands that each patient is unique when it comes to body type, concerns, and goals. After discussing your concerns and examining your problem areas, Dr. Angelchik will work with you to ensure you’re receiving a treatment plan that is customized to your individual needs. He will answer any and all questions that you have regarding his credentials, your specific treatment process, and your procedure options to ensure that you are completely comfortable with your decisions.
Dr. Angelchik works at a number of hospital and outpatient surgical centers, all fully accredited and licensed by the State of Arizona. Patients receiving a surgical procedure will have several locations to choose from for their convenience as well as a number of aftercare facilities. Our facilities all utilize state-of-the-art equipment and technology to ensure that you are getting the most effective and safest care possible. Dr. Angelchik utilizes board certified anesthesiologists for all procedures done outside the office.
Dr. Angelchik understands that his job isn’t done after your procedure day, and your post-procedure care is highly important in ensuring a successful outcome. Your post-procedure care will be gone over in detail at your preoperative visit to ensure you are prepared ahead of time, and you will leave your procedure with everything you need to have a successful recovery. During the recovery process, Dr. Angelchik will see you at the office for follow up visits and will be available to answer any questions you have and will check in with you when necessary. Patients will also have lifetime access to cosmetic resources and follow-up treatments.
Dr. Angelchik became board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS) in 1996, completing the recertification process in 2006 and 2016. He participates in the ABPS Maintenance of Certification program. He has been named Castle & Connolly’s Top Doctor in America every year since 1996 (1996-2019). Dr. Angelchik has years of experience in both surgical and nonsurgical procedures to enhance your appearance. Along with his surgical expertise, he has also gained a reputation for the level of personalized, attentive care that he provides to each of his patients.
To learn more about the patient experience, or to get started with a consultation, contact our office today.
When can a patient travel after surgery?
If you have had major surgery, we recommend that you stay nearby in the Phoenix area for a few days and avoid flying for one week.
When can a patient have sex after surgery?
As long as you are comfortable, you can start having sex in about 2-4 weeks after surgery. We recommend waiting since sexual activity increases your heart rate and blood pressure, which could negatively impact healing.
Why is it important to have a consultation with your surgeon before a procedure?
Having surgery is a major decision. You want to make sure you have a good relationship with your surgeon, your questions are answered, and you dont have any health problems that could impact a potential procedure.
Why is it essential to have a surgeon willing to tell their patients the hard truths?
Surgeons want to be honest with their patients and make sure they have realistic results. If a patients desired outcome is not possible with a specific procedure, it is better to know that upfront. A certain procedure may also be too risky and having your surgeon tell you this limits the potential risks of that surgery.
Why is cheaper not always better when it comes to plastic surgery?
Cost is often an indicator of quality. A qualified and experienced surgeon will cost more money, but they can also ensure a safe procedure in a sterile, certified surgical center. Bargain doctors may be using unsafe treatments or be practicing in locations that are not reputable.
What if I am unsure about getting this procedure?
If you are unsure about a surgical procedure, wait until you feel good about your decision and know exactly what you want. Surgery is a life-changing decision and you want to make sure your new appearance is one you will be happy with.
How should I prepare for plastic surgery?
Before your plastic surgery procedure, you should be financially and emotionally stable with realistic expectations of what the procedure can do for you. It is also important to understand the benefits, how much time you will need for recovery, and what the risks might be.