Experience with the receptionists, nurses, and doctor with American credentials (and certified in plastic surgery) was pleasing and comforting. They were/are very helpful and caring to my needs. However, I would watch the company's policy on financial agreements. Here is their Catch 22: they will most likely try to book you within 2 weeks of your consultation, from there, you sign an agreement stating that IF YOU CANCEL WITHIN THE 14 DAYS of the ORIGINAL BOOKING, you will be forced to pay HALF of the initial cost of the ENTIRE PROCEDURE. If you booked for a $4000 transformation, and had a change of heart because others like the way you look, or you think it's too dangerous for the condition you're in presently, you will pay $2000 for that change of heart. But if you're okay with going through the procedure 100%, then go here. I expect a smart person like the customer would do the ultimate research on every single doctor and avoid the ones with non-American credentials who have been in the business for less than fifteen years, and has no blood on their hands where they announced a hollow and transparent apology on the Seattle news. Yes, Marco Sobrino. I speak of you. Take Dr. Partington, customers, or any other doctor but the one that's only certified as a general surgeon, not actual plastic surgery. Partington is awesome, nice, thoughtful, and sympathetic. And trust me, you will not find a more informative customer than me. If you have questions, my last name is Toma. You can find me anywhere.