MUNSTER, Ind., December 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The American Board of Cosmetic Facial Surgery (ABFCS) is now accepting requests for new memberships. As the only medical board focused on certifying facial cosmetic surgeons in cosmetic head, face and neck procedures, ABFCS invites applicants who meet the highest standards of patient safety and practice cosmetic surgery of the face with masterful skill.
ABFCS provides the necessary accreditation
The ABFCS distinguishes cosmetic facial surgeons from underqualified cosmetic providers by providing the necessary credentials, helping patients find highly qualified and fully trained cosmetic surgeons specializing in facial and neck procedures. ABFCS accreditation is especially important given that the government does not regulate the medical procedures that a physician or surgeon can perform, and any physician can legally represent themselves as a cosmetic facial surgeon in the United States.
Additionally, ABFCS membership allows cosmetic facial surgeons to enter a diverse and exclusive group of medical specialists who share their knowledge, resources and support, and inspire each other to achieve exceptional results. ABFCS surgeons regularly discuss innovations in surgical techniques and technologies and share their personal experiences, thus helping to advance not only their own practices, but also the field of cosmetic facial surgery as a whole.
The ABFCS offers multiple pathways to certification for physicians
Whether you are a professional facial cosmetic surgeon or a surgeon interested in transitioning to a more rewarding medical field, ABFCS offers two paths to certification: an experience path and a scholarship path.
Camaraderie journey. Certified by the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (AACS), our post-residency facial cosmetic surgery scholarship program is the most complete purse available in facial aesthetics. ABFCS diplomats who choose the scholarship route are required to complete one to two years of supervised practical training and education in cosmetic surgery and pass the ABFCS. annual qualifying examination.
Experience journey. As an alternative to stock exchange training, we offer surgeons who are already familiar with cosmetic facial surgery an experience-based pathway to achieve board certification. Candidates for the Experiential Path include oculoplastic surgeons, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and other approved facial surgical specialties. Surgeons wishing to take this route will need to provide complete and verifiable documentation of their cosmetic surgery cases.
The ABFCS welcomes candidates from various medical fields including oculoplastic surgery, otolaryngology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, plastic surgery, general surgery, ophthalmology, dermatology, etc.
ABFCS surgeons also specialize in non-surgical interventions
In addition to mastering a full range of surgical procedures, ABFCS surgeons are also trained in a variety of non-invasive and minimally invasive facial procedures, including injectable neurotoxins, dermal fillers, non-body contouring. surgery, cosmetic laser treatments, etc.
About the American Board of Facial Cosmetic Surgery
The American Board of Facial Cosmetic Surgeons (ABFCS) tests and certifies facial cosmetic surgeons in cosmetic procedures of the head, face, and neck. Our mission is to help patients safely achieve attractive results by identifying highly trained facial surgeons who uphold the highest standards in patient safety and practice with meticulous surgical artistry. We are located at 8840 avenue Calumet, bureau 205, Munster, IN 46321. Find out more about www.ambrdfcs.org.
SOURCE American Board of Cosmetic Facial Surgery