2. The large body of potential plastic surgery recipients who can afford quality care means that the plastic surgeons that open practices there and are successful are going to be board certified surgeons with first rate educations and experience. Orange County has a substantial number of first rate cosmetic care clinics that include plastic surgery along with a full range of spa services.
3. The hospitals in the area understand the importance of plastic surgery as a service. Memorial-Care has five affiliated hospitals in Orange County; one of them is a children’s hospital in Long Beach that provides reconstructive plastic surgery for children. If there’s a specialty like that in the area, chances are that plastic surgery in general is going to be of high quality.
4. The aesthetic plastic surgery practices in Orange County recognize that it is not just the wealthy that seek out breast augmentation and facial treatments such as Botox. The prices for cosmetic plastic surgery aren’t what they once were; most of the popular procedures are within reach of a middle class family with a healthy income. With the technology and techniques utilized by today’s plastic surgeons, nearly every procedure from breast augmentation to liposuction can be an outpatient procedure.
5. Orange County’s plastic surgery centers understand that theirs is a diverse market as well. One prominent plastic surgery center in the north county town of Brea is currently advertising for a surgical nurse, “bilingual a plus.” Some of the Hispanic and Vietnamese communities in the County have families that can afford plastic surgery and seek it out. Facial tucks and liposuction are attractive services to the ethnic cultures in the County and the aesthetic plastic surgeons recognize that fact.