For some people, going through with plastic surgery can be frightening. While the business of cosmetic procedures is becoming widely popular, there are increasingly more patients who regret their decisions or are unhappy with their results. Needless to say, these bad experiences certainly put first timers on edge, and it’s completely understandable.
Dr. Rukmini “Vinaya” Rednam is a board-certified plastic surgeon in Houston, Texas. She is a part of the ‘My Houston Surgeons Practice’ and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area. Her advice to the men and women on edge is to let their concerns be known, do their research, and listen to the doctor’s needs. If the patient and doctor have a clear understanding of each other’s practical desires, chances of the surgery going bad are slim to none.
According to Dr. Rednam, great results come from great attention to detail. Many patients fall short when it comes to doing the proper research, and often aren’t informed enough on what it takes to undergo a successful procedure. Dr. Rednam ensures her patients that are doing their homework is important, especially when dealing with excess skin surgery. At her practice, the board-certified surgeon makes sure every person is well-informed and understanding of their needs beforehand.
She also stresses that a surgical procedure is more than just physical. Dr Rednam encourages all people to have support networks or groups before undergoing surgery. According to her understanding, emotional support is a major factor in what happens before, during, and after a procedure—and it will make all of the difference.
Dr. Rednam received her medical degree from University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine and has been in practice for over seven years. She specializes in all areas of plastic surgery. Her areas of expertise include aesthetic breast ,body and facial surgery, body contouring (after massive weight loss), hair restoration and transplantation and top surgery. The Houston-based surgeon takes pride in her ability to care for her patients as if they’re a member of her family. This is her ingredient to keeping her patients calm and content—and eventually, satisfied with their procedure.
“My passion in plastic surgery is post-massive weight loss surgery. I love the patients and love seeing their transformations. I could do those surgeries all day, every day.” says Dr. Rukmini Rednam.
My Houston Surgeons Practice is the largest private practice plastic surgery group in Houston and focuses on all areas of plastic surgery, both reconstructive and cosmetic as well as sinus surgery.. They have been in service for several years and consist of some of the most renowned surgeons in their field.
“It’s a practice that I helped to build and am very proud of.” Dr. Rukmini speaks of My Houston Surgeons Practice. She couldn’t be any prouder to be a part of the team.
Overall, the doctor’s goal is to see a smile on her patient’s face. It is a weekly occurrence to hear a patient say at the end of a consultation that they came in so nervous and worried that they would be judged but are leaving feeling at ease and confident, as if they were just talking with a girlfriend. It makes her happy to know that her thorough, multifaceted work paid off in the end. Plastic surgery requires an intense amount of attention to detail in order to get the best results, and she is fully committed to providing this type of care every single time.