Hxxva wrote: Yes I’m worried about board certification I’m not gonna let the fact that he’s done thousands of procedures make me jump up and fly to get the procedure as you said he’s done several of procedures I didn’t disagree but that would make me wonder since he is supposedly this expert why no board certification it’s no big deal just a simple question because that’s usually what comes with an expert surgeon this along the fact that he’s in Mexico outside of the us and also the fact that PMMA or Ellanse is not used as penis enhancer here in the states is fair reason for me to have the questions I have if anything I would be more comfortable using his services if he was board certified or if Ellanse was approved here in the us for penis enhancement I would worry less but obviously there’s a reason that it’s not approved for those purposes which makes me wonder exactly why ? And makes me extra cautious regardless of how many thousands or even millions of people had the procedure done
Yes, he's a Board Certified Dermatologist
in Mexico. This was confirmed the last time I did my research on him many years ago. I'll try to find the source but I'm sure if you continue to research you'll find it as well.
Also, to add to Hyperbol's point... I know a few "board certified" physicians who are nothing short of a danger to your penis; while it is important that your practitioner is practicing legally, there is merit to an abundance of unparalleled experience. Also, there is no board certification in Phalloplasty
, as there is no standardization in the field. That all said, despite whatever perceptions or reservations you may have with Mexico, they are pretty crystal clear when it comes to their doctors: Dr. Casavantes
is professionally accredited physician.
I understand wanting to dot all the i's and cross all the t's before making this commitment, so I'm not criticizing you for verifying his credentials (on the contrary, it's a smart thing to do in general); I'd recommend contacting his office directly and inquiring. Surely whatever they furnish can be checked against whatever Mexican authorities are willing to provide.
Also, please capitalize proper titles and names. "dr c" should at the very least be written "Dr. C". Thanks and good luck.