Dr. Ruiz Ruiz
Dr. Ruiz Ruiz is board-certified by the Spanish National Health System and the Spanish Society of Plastic, Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Board certification provides no guarantee that you will obtain good results from the cosmetic plastic surgery procedure or that there will be no complications. But you can be sure that a board-certified plastic surgeon has the right training and experience.
Some certifying boards require extensive medical training and experience, such as the American Board of Plastic Surgery in the United States or the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons in the United Kingdom. Patients can be confident that the physicians certified by these boards do have the specific and rigorous surgical education and training. In Spain, the vast majority of plastic surgeons with this qualification will be members of a specialist association like Sociedad Española de Cirugía Plastica Reparadora y Estetica (secpre.org). To determine if a physician is board-certified, visit the website of the SECPRE.ORG.
Any doctor can technically call him or herself a “cosmetic surgeon” if he or she wishes. The true distinction lies in their training and if they are board-certified, not the self-imposed title of the person performing that procedure. So, it is very important that you investigate your doctor’s education, training, certification, and experience in order to make the best choice.
Dr. Ruiz Ruiz has been practising cosmetic and plastic surgery full time since 2003.
If you live in Malaga or the Costa del Sol area and are interested in plastic or cosmetic surgery please contact our office to schedule your consultation today.
How to find a qualified cosmetic surgeon in Malaga and the Costa del Sol area.
Cosmetic surgery is a surgical specialty demanding a high level of training, experience and skill. As a general guide, anyone considering cosmetic surgery should ensure the surgeon is qualified to perform your procedure.
This means that he or she has successfully completed a surgical training programme and passed professional examinations in plastic surgery. They will then be awarded with a Certificate of Completion of Surgical Training and be entered on the Specialist Register, held by the General Medical Council.