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Meet John M. Trupiano MD, FACS

Dr. Trupiano is committed to the highest standards of skill, ethics and patient care. He believes in the surgeon-patient team approach for a patient’s optimal level of well being. He is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Trupiano has said,

“I enjoy seeing people feel confident about themselves again.”

That’s the kind of sentiment you want to hear from a board-certified cosmetic plastic surgeon who has the education, experience, and knowledge that inspires the confidence that your procedure will meet all your expectations.

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What Should You Look for in a Plastic Surgeon in the Troy, Michigan

You’ve decided to go ahead with a cosmetic or plastic surgery procedure, and now the next step is finding the right plastic surgeon. What should you look for in a doctor when you are considering plastic surgery? Here are some tips you can use as a guide.

Understand that a “cosmetic surgeon” is different from a “plastic surgeon.”

For a doctor to be a board-certified plastic surgeon, one must attend residency training in plastic surgery. Plastic surgery training covers surgeries such as otoplasty, septorhinoplasty, brachioplasty aka “arm lift,” microsurgery, breast reconstruction.

Choose a plastic surgeon who spends time consulting with you


You want a Troy, MI surgeon who is willing to spend time with you to explain all the details of your upcoming procedure. This instills confidence that you’ve chosen the right doctor, as well as answers all your questions, so you feel comfortable moving forward.

Avoid cosmetic surgery centers who advertise


Going to a cut-rate Michigan cosmetic surgery center isn’t recommended for several reasons. If a procedure is being offered at such a discount that it looks too good to be true, remember the old adage, if it seems to good to be true it probably is.