At the Bountiful cosmetic surgery office of Dr. J. Gregory Kjar, our skilled, experienced team provides outstanding results with a gentle, total well-being approach. We offer individualized attention, welcome any questions or concerns, and give our patients the utmost respect. Below, you’ll find general patient information including downloadable patient forms, pre-op instructions and recovery guidelines. For additional information, contact our Salt Lake City / Ogden, Utah-area practice and arrange a consultation.
For your convenience, patients can download, print, and complete our mandatory forms before coming to the office. If you are a NEW patient, please print off these forms, complete and bring to your consultation.
Most physicians are board-certified in something, but that doesn’t mean they’re all qualified to perform plastic surgery. You want the skill of an ASPS Member Surgeon—a doctor with more than six years of surgical training and experience, with at least three years specifically in plastic surgery. Their training and experience make them uniquely qualified to perform your cosmetic or reconstructive procedure.
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Each patient Dr. J. Gregory Kjar treats is given an individualized set of pre-operative instructions specific to his or her procedure and health considerations. We ask our patients to read and follow these directions carefully, but if you have any additional questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our office. During your consultation, be sure to tell Dr. Kjar about any and all medication you are currently taking. Get a good night’s sleep before surgery. Do not wear makeup the day of your procedure and wear loose clothing. Contact our Bountiful office to arrange a consultation with our Salt Lake City-area plastic surgeon.
Although each patient’s recovery is unique, dependent on the procedure and the patient’s medical considerations, many aspects of plastic surgery recovery are the same, no matter what procedure you’ve had. Below are some general recovery considerations. Follow Dr. Kjar’s specific postoperative guidelines and contact our office if you have any questions or concerns.
You will most likely come back for initial check-ups a few days after surgery, and then one week after surgery. After that, we will see you at six weeks, six months, and one year. We want to see you through your entire healing process. These visits are all included in the cost of your procedure.