Frequently Asked Questions


When considering plastic surgery and aesthetic enhancement, you will naturally have a number of questions and concerns.
The following will give you some answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. We also encourage you to contact our practice for more information, or to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Moazzam Nazeer Tarar.


What qualifications should I look for in a plastic surgeon?

You should always look at a surgeon’s credentials, education, professional memberships, and board-certification status to determine if the surgeon is a good option for your needs. Board-certification signifies that a surgeon has passed rigorous testing and exhibits a high standard of patient care in the eyes of some of the most respected and renowned medical organizations.

How do I know if I am a candidate?

Once you meet with Dr. Moazzam Tarar, he will talk with you about your goals and perform a comprehensive evaluation. Once he has an idea of your physical makeup, he will be better able to determine if you are a good candidate for specific procedures.



Q. Do you mean the surgeon other than your panel surgeons are not competent? No, Not necessarily. Our only claim is that ourpanel surgeons are among the best .

Q. What is the difference between Cosmetic Surgery and Plastic Surgery?

  • Cosmetic surgery is surgery to improve appearance
  • Aesthetic surgery is another name for cosmetic surgery. It comes from the Greek word for beauty.
  • Plastic surgery is surgery to change the shape or form of the surface and sometimes the deeper structures of the body. The word ‘plastic’ comes from the Greek word for moulding. Plastic surgery includes cosmetic surgery, repair operations after burns and other injurie s, correction of inherited deformities, breast reconstruction after operations for breast cancer, and removal of skin tumours.
  • Plastic surgery also covers various reconstructive surgeries to repair damage caused by injuries or accidents. Like all surgeries, plastic surgery does carry certain risks, and it is important for you to research and find a qualified plastic surgeon to discuss your surgery options.


Q. What parts of the body do you do Plastic Surgery on?
There are commonly performed cosmetic procedures for virtually every part of the face, including the neck, nose, eyes, ears chin, cheekbones, forehead, as well as the breasts and abdomen. Additionally, scar revision and liposuction surgeries are potentially possible on most areas of the body.


 Q. Is Plastic Surgery dangerous?
There is always the risk of complications occurring during the operation and even after the operation. Each individual procedure has its share of risks. Complications can be reduced significantly by choosing the right doctor. If you have any questions or concerns about the procedure you are considering, please share these feelings with your surgeon.


 Q. Do you need Anesthesia for Plastic Surgery?
Almost all Plastic Surgery procedures require some form of anesthesia. Check with your Plastic Surgeon as to which anesthesia he or she will use during your operation.