Our Services

Cosmetic Procedures

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• Brow Lifts
• Chin Augmentation
• Ear Reshaping
• Eyelid Surgery
• Facelifts
• Labiaplasty
• LATISSE® Eyelash Enhancement
• Lipo Grafting
• Neck Lifts
• Nose Reshaping
• Panniculectomy/Excess Skin Reduction
• Tummy Tuck

Facial Rejuvenation & Skin Treatments

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• Botox® & Fillers
• Peels, Dermabrasions and Facials
• Skin Excisions

Skin Care Products

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Breast Surgery

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• Breast Augmentation
• Breast Lift
• Breast Reduction
• Gynecomastia Surgery (Male Breast Reduction)

Breast Reconstruction

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What To Expect

Considerations

Choosing to undergo cosmetic surgery is a deeply personal, and sometimes difficult, decision. When deciding if cosmetic surgery is right for you, you should consider the following:

  • Your Expectations. The ideal candidates for cosmetic surgery are individuals who have reasonable expectations for their procedure and are well-informed about the treatment options they are considering, including the potential results that may be achieved as well as the potential risks and benefits.
  • Recovery Time. Depending on the procedure, you may need time to recover from your cosmetic surgery, which can range from a few days to weeks or even months. You are encouraged to learn what to expect at every phase of your treatment and recovery process. This includes considering how your recovery time may impact your personal and professional life. It’s essential to plan well to allow yourself time to heal and to achieve optimal results.
  • Expense. Because cosmetic surgery is elective and not typically covered by most health insurance plans, you will probably need to pay out-of-pocket for your procedure(s). Financing options may be available. Please call our office at 330-332-7383 for more information.

Consultations

One of the best ways to decide if cosmetic surgery is right for you is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Camp to discuss your expectations, goals, and any concerns you may have. During this time, Dr. Camp will:

  • Review your medical history and medications
  • Discuss your goals and expectations with you
  • Evaluate the part of your body you want to be treated and make recommendations
  • Talk about what’s involved in the procedure, including the risks and benefits and timeline for recovery
  • Answer any questions you may have

We encourage you to bring a list of questions to the consultation. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Camp, please call our office at 330-332-7383.

FAQs

What Is the Difference Between Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery?

Cosmetic surgery is performed to enhance or change a healthy, normal, functioning part of the body to improve appearance or self-esteem. Because cosmetic surgery is an elective procedure, the cost is typically not covered by most health insurance plans.

Reconstructive surgery is performed to correct a physical abnormality caused by a birth defect, injury or medical condition; to improve physical function or achieve a more normal appearance. Reconstructive surgery is often covered by health insurance plans, though the level of coverage may vary by procedure.

What is Recovery from Cosmetic Surgery Like?

Recovery time depends on the procedure, and can range anywhere from a few days to weeks or even months. It’s important to note that every patient responds to pain differently, and Dr. Camp will prescribe the appropriate pain medications to help minimize your discomfort. You should follow the post-operative instructions provided by Dr. Camp to allow your body time to heal and to achieve optimal results.

How Long Will the Results of Cosmetic Surgery Last?

The long-term results of cosmetic surgery depend on the type of procedure performed, your age and your overall health. You should discuss your expectations for the outcome of your procedure during your pre-surgical consultation with Dr. Camp.

What Should I Know About the Safety of Cosmetic Surgery?

If you are considering cosmetic surgery, it’s important to be informed about the safety of your procedure and the expected results. Thousands of people undergo cosmetic surgery each year without complications. However, no surgical procedure is risk-free.

To reduce the risk of complications, you should inform Dr. Camp of your complete medical history, including any medications you take, prior to scheduling cosmetic surgery.

For enhanced safety, our patients can be assured that:

  • Dr. Camp is Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery.
  • Salem Regional Medical Center, the hospital where your surgery will be performed, adheres to the highest national standards for safety and quality of care, which includes accreditation by The Joint Commission®.

Is My Procedure Covered By Insurance?

You should contact your insurance provider to verify the details of your plan’s coverage prior to your procedure. Cosmetic surgery is typically not covered by health insurance plans because it is elective. Many reconstructive procedures are covered by health insurance, although the level of coverage may vary.

Are Financing Options Available?

If the cost of your cosmetic procedure is not covered by your insurance plan, SRMC Plastic Surgery may offer some financing options. Please contact our office at 330-332-7383 for more information.

Our Services

Our providers are committed to helping you manage your health through a wide range of primary care services, including:

  • Annual physicals and routine wellness exams
  • Sick visits for acute illnesses (flu, sore throats, infections, etc.)
  • Preventative care, including screenings and healthy lifestyle counseling
  • Chronic disease diagnosis, monitoring and care for conditions such as asthma, high cholesterol, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure
  • Immunizations
  • Same day appointments are available during regular office hours for those with a variety of minor illnesses or injuries
Individuals with flu-like symptoms are asked to call in advance. Please note that COVID-19 testing will not be available at this office location.

Telehealth Visits

Patients of SRMC Primary Care practices can now see our providers online in the privacy of their own home by using the FollowMyHealth® Patient Portal. This telehealth service allows our patients to have a secure and easy way to receive care from their healthcare team in a live, virtual visit using a smartphone (iPhone or Android), tablet or computer.

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Telehealth (Virtual) Visits

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Office Hours
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Same day appointments are available during regular office hours for those with a variety of minor illnesses or injuries.
If you require urgent assistance after regular office hours, please call Salem Regional Medical Center’s switchboard operator at 330-332-1551, to page the provider on call.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency department