CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/13 -- Dr. Jennifer Hein, a leading cosmetic surgeon in the Chicago area, is a medical professional who strongly encourages individuals in the healthcare industry to gain the education and training necessary to provide the highest quality of care to their patients. A recent article posted by Marie Claire asserts that the demand for cosmetic surgery is rising, and Dr. Hein comments that, in light of this increased interest in this form of medical care and the expanded offerings that doctors can provide given technological breakthroughs, it is more important than ever that individuals are properly trained before they begin practicing cosmetic medicine on their own.
The article quotes Laurence Kirwan, who specializes in plastic surgery and is a professor at the Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship Program associated with the New York Eye & Ear Infirmary. He states: "We need to train and educate the next generation of surgeons because demand is only going to increase. And they need to learn not just the surgical side but the business side as well. New cosmetic surgeons are seeking as much knowledge as they can about skincare, lasers, injectables and all the latest technology. We should be exposing them to the latest and best in procedures such as body contouring, laser surgery, incisional surgery and safety."
Dr. Kirwan goes on to note that providing students the opportunity to observe surgical procedures and ask any questions that may arise is the best way to reinforce the skills and knowledge they have accumulated in the classroom. Dr. Hein agrees, stating that training in surgical settings is key in preparing students to face the challenges that their medical practice will present.
"Internships and residencies are so important to the proper training and education of a cosmetic surgeon," asserts Dr. Jennifer Hein. "When a cosmetic medical professional begins to practice on their own, they will be responsible for the lives of their patients -- and the results that they achieve in each and every surgery. As such, it is imperative that these professionals have a solid foundation with regard to surgical observation and activity so that they can be exposed to different procedures and potential complications before they are required to perform them on their own."
For more information about Dr. Jennifer Hein and her work at Women's Institute of Cosmetic & Laser Surgery visit www.defyage.com.
Founder of Women's Institute of Cosmetic & Laser Surgery, Dr. Jennifer Hein is a medical professional who has built a healthcare facility that is dedicated to assisting women with their cosmetic needs. All all-female surgical team led by Dr. Hein offers a diverse selection of procedures to patients, including facelifts, eyelid surgery, rhinoplasty, breast augmentation, breast reconstruction, breast reduction, gynecomastia, liposuction, body contouring, labiaplasty, abdominoplasty, Botox, dermal fillers, microdermabrasion, acne reduction, chemical peel, hair removal, vein removal, and more. Dr. Hein encourages women who are considering having cosmetic surgery to contact Women's Institute of Cosmetic & Laser Surgery to learn more.
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