What Makes Plastic Surgery Safe at Montecito Plastic Surgery?

At Montecito Plastic Surgery, Dr. Adam Lowenstein’s overlying concept of “Do the right thing” comes into sharp focus when considering our most important role of keeping our plastic surgery patients safe. Why and how?

Dr. Lowenstein has an unparalleled conservative nature when it comes to patient safety.

We want to do everything we can to take chance out of the equation when it comes to your plastic surgery. At Montecito Plastic Surgery, patients with colds or symptoms or signs of COVID-19, or even the flu have their interactions with our office and/or surgery center delayed in order to minimize risk. We know the majority of plastic and aesthetic cosmetic surgery is elective. Even though postponing a procedure can cause inconvenience and financial hardship to the practice, Dr. Lowenstein feels strongly that patient safety is much more important. We would rather do the right thing and reschedule a patient to a time where the risk to both patient and staff is the lowest possible, and that is one reason why our complication rates consistently rate among the lowest in the country.  

Dr. Lowenstein has total control over your entire operative experience in his single-surgeon, AAAASF certified personal Surgery Center.

No other plastic surgeon in the Santa Barbara area works in their own surgery center that is shared with no other surgeon. In the building and design of the surgery center at Montecito Plastic Surgery, Dr. Lowenstein chose to provide patients with unparalleled privacy and a design that maximizes the patient’s isolation. Not only does Dr. Lowenstein have total control of staffing, supplies, and the meticulous cleaning and sterilization techniques used in our surgery center, but with the only single patient recovery room in the region, our surgery center at Montecito Plastic Surgery assures that you are never exposed to other surgery patients during the pre-operative, surgical, or post-operative aspects of your plastic surgery care.   When choosing a plastic surgeon, experience is important. Ethics are important. Consistently excellent results are important. And your safety is important. Dr. Lowenstein refuses to compromise on any of these principles.    

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