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Richmond Plastic Surgeon Employs Personalized Approach to Facial Plastic Surgery

Dr. Steven Montante Tailors the Consultation and Treatment Processes to Help Patients Achieve Their Ideal Aesthetic Outcomes From Facial Rejuvenation Procedures

RICHMOND, VA--(Marketwired - July 22, 2014) - Dr. Steven Montante, a board-certified plastic surgeon in Richmond, provides each patient at Richmond Aesthetic Surgery with a consultation and treatment that is unique to their individual needs. He addresses their concerns and considers their goals before presenting options that can help them achieve their desired outcome. Dr. Montante believes this is the most effective way to help patients achieve beautiful, natural-looking results.

As noted in the practice's recent blog post, "Richmond Aesthetic Surgery Welcomes Dr. Montante to Team," Dr. Montante emphasizes honesty and communication in his doctor-patient relationships. During the consultation process, he gathers information about what patients do not like about their appearance and discusses all the specifics about these concerns. From these details, Dr. Montante provides his professional opinion of whether he believes surgery is a necessary solution or if less a invasive option like BOTOX® Cosmetic is more appropriate for their concerns.

In another blog post, titled, "Achieving Beautiful Facial Results from Subtle Changes," Dr. Montante explains his conservative approach for helping patients reach their goals. This helps him produce the most natural-looking results that are subtle yet meaningful. By making gradual improvement, Dr. Montante says patients can achieve more of a rejuvenated outcome, rather than a drastic change.

Ultimately, Dr. Montante wants to treat patients for what they are most self-conscious about. While people may have several perceived imperfections, he focuses on what concerns are troubling the patient to the point of seeking plastic surgery. Dr. Montante is pleased to have the opportunity to make such a positive impact in people's lives, and he encourages anyone interested in plastic surgery to consult with a board certified plastic surgeon in order to ensure the safest, most ethical care.

About Steven J. Montante, MD

Dr. Montante graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School Medicine and completed his surgical training at the Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he centered his focus on plastic surgery. He is proficient in such areas as facial cosmetic surgery and body contouring after weight loss. Additionally, Dr. Montante is a Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery and a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. He is available for interview upon request.

For more information about Richmond Plastic Surgery, visit richmondplasticsurgery.com, vabreastsurgery.com, and dermlounge.com.

To view the original source of the press release, click here: http://www.richmondplasticsurgery.com/face/richmond-plastic-surgeon-employs-personalized-approach-to-facial-plastic-surgery/

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