find a qualified surgeon. Please be skeptical of cosmetic surgery forums and other commercial websites. Many of these resources do not represent professional surgical organizations, may only identify paid listings ambiguously or not at all, and may advertise non-surgically trained physicians to perform plastic surgery procedures.
In addition, buttock augmentation is a procedure for which some patients attempt to travel to another country to undergo surgery. Medical tourism in this case is dangerous, and there are regularly serious complications and deaths outside the U.S. Buttock augmentation is extraordinarily safe when performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon, but in the wrong hands, fat could be grafted to the wrong locations and result in blood clots or other serious, possibly fatal, surgical complications. Attempting to save a few thousand dollars up front can result in a future corrective surgery bill that is more expensive than the original.
Sampson stated on the website of Seduction, “I entered into the fields of cosmetic and plastic reconstructive surgery because I wanted to make a lasting, positive impact on people’s lives.
Sampson is listed on Seduction’s website as a “board-certified surgeon.” According to a profile on the Florida Department of Health website, Sampson’s only board certification is listed as “suspended.”