Serving Knoxville, Sevierville, Knox County & Nearby Areas of Tennessee
Your consultation at the comfortable Knoxville office of board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Dean Kleto is all about you. From the moment you walk in, you will be afforded the respect and attention you deserve.
Your consultation itself will take place with Dr. Kleto. Some plastic surgeons have you first meet with a staff member or nurse, but Dr. Kleto is devoted to being involved in every phase of your treatment. No matter if you are coming to us for a cosmetic surgery procedure or one of our many nonsurgical cosmetic options, Dr. Kleto will take the time necessary to answer all of your questions, and provide you with the individualized attention you require.
What to Expect
Your initial consultation can last up to one hour. Please allow yourself enough time to both ask questions and allow Dr. Kleto to assess the areas of your body you are unhappy with.
It can be very helpful if you bring pictures, from magazines or the internet, of the kind of look you would like to accomplish to your consultation. While your procedure will be tailored to you unique frame, these pictures can provide Dr. Kleto a better idea of what you hope to achieve. Be sure to also bring a list of any medications you are currently taking and your full medical history. These will be essential for Dr. Kleto to assess your candidacy for any surgical procedure.
Your initial consultation with Dr. Kleto is not free. However, the one-time fee will be waived for any additional procedures you have at our office. Dr. Kleto’s time is valuable, and he wants to make sure you are serious about your procedure before you schedule an appointment. If you are committed to looking and feeling your very best, this fee is negligible when compared to the results you can experience.
If you are ready to commit to a surgical procedure and would like to begin the process, please contact Dr. Dean Kleto to schedule an initial consultation today. Dr. Kleto’s office is easily accessible to people in Knoxville, Sevierville, and throughout Knox County, Tennessee.