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PLASTIC SURGERY PATIENT CARE OF SEATTLE BELLEVUE
by Award Winning Beauty Theorist Dr. Philip Young

Note: Individual results will vary. Images do not constitute a promise or representation of any particular outcome or experience.


Dr. Philip Young is a fellowship trained, award-winning published author and facial plastic surgeon. Below we explain our Patient Care thoughts and direct you to some important pages regarding this.  Learn about the unique Reasons to Choose Our Team and how we go above and beyond for our patients!

Our passion is your happiness. When it comes to the care of our patients, we strive to provide nothing less than the absolute best. From the initial contact, the consultation process, procedure and through to post-op care, your needs are our number one priority. Our Mission is to deliver unwavering quality care to improve people’s lives through Facial Plastic Surgery and the YoungVitalizerTM. With that in mind, we want to help you achieve a younger, natural you. Please let us know how we can make your experience at Aesthetic Facial Plastic Surgery the very best.

You can use this section of our website to learn more about the consultation, procedure process, financing options, patient forms, answers to commonly asked questions, and your rights as a patient (look to the column in the right).


Preparing for Your Procedure:

Please read through the packets and links below for your procedure:

  1. Be off blood thinners 2 weeks before and after. See this list of Medications to Avoid
  2. Preoperative Showering to prevent Infections
  3. Preoperative Reminders before your Procedure
  4. See below for the specific procedure you are getting
  5. If you fit certain criteria, we may need to get a medical risk assessment. Click the link for the letter will be sending to your primary care and other specialist physicians: medical risk assessment.

Preparing for Your Botox | Dysport | Filler Procedure:

Please read through the packets and links below for your procedure:

  1. Botox | Dysport Packet
  2. Filler Packet
  3. Be off blood thinners 2 weeks before and after. See this list of Medications to Avoid

Please take a moment to read testimonials from some of our former patients, and do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.  Also if you are not finding what you are looking for here you may want to visit our Patient Forms Page where we have our HIPAA consentPhoto | Video consentPatient Care Consultation Form, and Information to Treat Minors by clicking here: Facial Plastic Surgery Patient Forms. This link will help you take care of your incisions: Wound Care and Scar Prevention. Scroll down below for our wound incision care video to avoid scarring and to get the best healing. Also click here if you are interested in finding a Hotel, Caretaker, Things to Do and other after care resources.

Below are links for helpful products that you may need for your procedure, for your after care or medical treatment (affiliate disclosure)

Below you will find our very helpful Patient Care Packages. Note our most current General Consent is located here as well:


Blepharoplasty Packet

Botox | Dysport Packet

Brow lift Packet

Chemical Peel, Microdermabrasion Packet

Co2 laser resurfacing packet

Dimple Creation packet

Email Consent Form

Facelift Packet

Facelift/Necklift Packet

Facial Implant Packet

Facial Skeletal Remodeling

Fat Transfer Packet

Filler Injections Packet

Hair Transplantation
Packet

General, HIPAA, Photo | Video Consent

Intense Pulse Packet

Laser Hair Removal Packet

Lip Lift | Lift Augmentation Packet

Liposuction Packet

Medications to Avoid

Medical Record Release Form

Medication patient record sheet PDF

Medication patient record sheet EXCEL

Minor Procedure Packet

Otoplasty Packet

Patient Consultation Form

Pre Operative Surgery Shower

Pre-Procedure Reminders

Rhinoplasty Packet

Scar Revision Packet

Steroid Injections and Oral Medications Consent

UW Daily Article

Note: Individual results will vary. Images do not constitute a promise or representation of any particular outcome or experience.

Below is a video on How to Clean Your Incisions to Avoid Scarring & for Better Healing:

Note: Individual results will vary. Images do not constitute a promise or representation of any particular outcome or experience.


Wound Care Scar Prevention Timeline:

  1. First 7 days: Concentrate on the cleaning with the vinegar and water (1:3 dilution) and keeping vaseline on it at all times. The less crusting the better. Crusting leads to scarring! This period may last longer if you are still crusting, oozing, bleeding, and raw. You'll know when you are doing with this stage if the wound stays dry.
  2. For the next 3-6 months: If all your healing progresses as expected you can then start silicone tape at night for 12 hours and Fusion Scar Gel during the day for 12 hours with sunscreen if tolerated.
  3. If you have depressed scars, you should use Silicone only gel during the day. We have silicone only gel or you can purchase this product: Silicone Only Gel - Kelocote. Once the scar is filled in and level with the rest of the skin you can start using the Fusion Scar Gel. The Fusion scar gel suppresses healing and will prevent the scar from filling in.