Accent XL is a cellulite reduction procedure that can freshen up the appearance of the skin and make you look slimmer. By stimulating the collagen production, Accent XL also tightens the skin, improving its texture. This non invasive procedure is chosen by numerous patients for its benefits, but to get the best out of this procedure, you need to choose an experienced Accent XL specialist. Your selection criteria should include a few factors such as the experience of the plastic surgeon, the price, the location and previous results and referrals.
Professionals Who Provide Accent XL
When starting a search for an Accent XL specialist, it is helpful to know what type of professionals provide this kind of treatment. The Accent XL treatment can be administered by a plastic surgeon or an esthetician. It is important that the specialist you choose has been formerly trained in the Accent XL technique. You should always ask for certification, to make sure you are in good hands.
Find a Specialist
When you search for a plastic surgeon or an esthetician to perform Accent XL, you can start by conducting an online research or look in some local directories. You will be able to find websites that help you search for an Accent XL specialist by entering your zip code. If you happen to live in an area where cosmetic procedures are in high demand, you may look for other areas where prices may be lower. It may happen that there are no specialists performing Accent XL in your area, so you should look for a nearby area.
Ask friends or relatives if they know of a clinic or professional that performs such a procedure in your area. Make a list of Accent XL specialists and select a few that you would also like to call or meet.
Questions to Ask
As soon as you have a shortlist of specialists, you should think about some essential questions to ask. Don’t forget to ask about the followings:
- The number of Accent XL performed by the specialist (and other experience)
- Success rates and what to expect after the treatment
- Pictures of before and after the Accent XL procedure
- The cost, possible additional fees
- If you are a good candidate for the procedure
- What happens during the procedure
- How to prepare for the procedure
- Other procedures that may be more suitable in your case, or that could be combined with the Accent XL procedure
It is also important to check the records for any malpractice suits filed against a certain professional. These records are available if you call the medical board.
The Accent XL is a treatment that is administrated in several appointments (3 to 6 scheduled 2 to 4 weeks apart), so if you are considering getting this treatment elsewhere, where the costs may be lower, you should also calculate the travel expenses. Accent XL may be less expensive in certain areas or you can also opt for an Accent XL performed abroad.