The 10 Mang CommandmentsProf. Mang's Commandments for safe and qualitative Cosmetic Surgeries
- Operations should not cause harm. Nothing unavoidable should go wrong. Only by the implementation of highly-trained personnel and with the most modern surgical techniques can the risks be minimized and/or completely excluded.
- Quality assurance from an operating surgeon can only be assured by specialist training and regular further training.
- Be warned against over exaggerated expectations. "Not everything is possible"
- Serious pre-operative consultation and explanation and attentive aftercare.
- Aesthetic surgery is a surgery for well-being and not for change
- A natural, fresh and attractive appearance is the order of the day and not mask-like faces.
- Health comes before beauty
- Undertake aesthetic surgery with caution: beware of poorly-trained surgeons, but also emotionally disturbed patients.
- Aesthetic surgeons are also bound by Hippocrates’ Oath Collegial relations and cooperation with other aesthetic surgeons and physicians<