A Reference Guide For Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Nowadays, plastic surgery has become very popular. Surgical procedures are safer, people live longer, and youth is a symbol of activity and beauty. Improvements of physical defects give a better self-image, and the world is oriented to a younger appearance.
Why Plastic Surgery In Costa Rica?
Costa Rica has good prestige in the medical field. A great number of its specialists have been trained in the United States and Europe. For many people in other countries, prohibitive costs are the main barrier for plastic surgery. Medical costs are considerably lower in Costa Rica than in countries like the United States, Canada or Europe. Costa Rican democracy has the greatest stability in Latin America. The country's friendly and peaceful atmosphere is ideal for post-operative recovery.
About The Clinic
Pino's Plastic Surgery Clinic is located in San José. It has the most modern equipment and technology in plastic surgery. All its equipment was imported from the U.S. in accordance with the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) requirements. Clinica Pino is accredited to the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities AAAASF .Any kind of plastic surgery can be performed in this clinic. Approximately 98% of the surgery we perform are in our operating rooms at the clinic. About 1-2% of our patients are admitted to a private hospital for their surgery, especially when there is a question about their health, like heart diseases, diabetes, coagulation disorders, etc.
The American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities is an accreditation program to standardize and improve the quality of medical and surgical care in ambulatory surgery facilities while assuring the public of high standards for patient care and safety in an accredited facility.
It is the mission of the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, Inc. (AAAASF) to develop and implement standards of excellence to ensure the highest quality of patient care through an accreditation program that serves both the medical community and the public interest by establishing a means for measuring medical competence and providing an external source for evaluating patient safety in the ambulatory surgery setting.