Plastic surgeons who have been fighting the industry for years are coming together to create a group that is dedicated to their cause.
The Plastic Surgery Association of America (PSA) is a group of more than 60 surgeons who meet regularly to share their expertise and fight against what they see as a growing trend of cosmetic surgery.
Plastic Surgery, for those unfamiliar with the term, refers to the act of cutting out a part of the body.
They are typically performed in conjunction with the extraction of a tumor, but plastic surgeons are also trained in non-surgical methods of surgery.
The plastic surgery profession is in the midst of a crisis as demand for plastic surgery has soared, and surgeons are faced with shrinking patient pools due to a shortage of skilled and experienced surgeons.
According to a 2016 study, approximately one-third of American surgeons are underutilizing their skills and are working less hours to fill the needs of the growing population.
In order to address the issue of underserved plastic surgeons, the PSA was founded in 1997.
It now has over 50,000 members and is one of the largest plastic surgeons associations in the country.
They recently launched the Plastic Surgery Professionals Network, a website where they are sharing their expertise.
It is an effort to provide surgeons with a forum for their expertise, as well as share information and resources that they could use to help their peers.
The group has also teamed up with the International Association of Plastic Surgeons (IAPS), a global medical organization with more than 7,000 member doctors.PSA president, Dr. Paul R. Revere, says the group is “coming together to fight for the future of the plastic surgeon profession,” in part because of their shared interest in fighting against the industry’s practices.
He says the organization is not only concerned with the well-being of plastic surgeons and their patients, but also about preserving the value of their profession.
“It’s important that the profession is able to maintain its quality and the ability to serve our society,” he says.
“We’re not interested in doing a quick fix, we’re not in a rush to change the way that we do things.
We have to keep doing what we do.
We’ve got to keep our practice strong.”
Reverse the trend?
In 2017, Drs.
Paul Revere and Daniel E. Lauterbach published a report titled, “The Rise of Plastic Surgery: A Survey of Plastic Medicine.”
They focused on a survey of plastic surgery patients in the U.S. They found that over half of patients who underwent plastic surgery did not have a successful outcome.
Drs Revere & Lautarbach found that while over 90 percent of patients report positive outcomes after surgery, only 22 percent of those patients receive their full benefit.
The study found that more than half of those who had plastic surgery had to have it removed because of infection or complications, and many had to undergo surgery after complications were discovered.
Despite the overwhelming evidence, Dr Revere says it’s hard to convince the public that plastic surgery is safe, effective, and effective for all types of conditions.
He cites the study, “We do not know what the future holds for plastic surgeons.”
“The only way to stop the trend is to make a change in practice,” he said.
“The public wants to see that plastic surgeons get their surgeries done, that they are trained properly, and that the procedures they are doing are safe.
We want to keep them practicing medicine.
That’s our only way.”
Dr. Reemer said he is hopeful that a national effort like the Plastic Surgeon Professionals of America’s is the next step to stopping the trend.
“I hope that by working together with others to make the world a safer place for plastic surgeries and to make sure we are making the changes to our profession that are necessary to keep plastic surgeons practicing medicine, I believe we can stop the crisis,” he told CNNMoney.