When it comes to plastic surgery and cost, Roth said the old adage rings very true: If it's too good to be true, it probably is.
There are currently four states --California, Texas, Louisiana and Florida -- that have passed legislation to require truth in medical education. He hopes to see the laws passed in all 50 states.
"If someone advertises they're a plastic surgeon, it has to say what their core training is," said Roth. "So, for example, if someone says they're a plastic surgeon but they're trained as a gynecologist, the public needs to see that. If they're not a doctor, that should be clear, too."
Roth encouraged anyone seeking any type of plastic surgery to visiting the American Society of Plastic Surgeons website to find certified plastic surgeons in their area.