Educationby Seduction Cosmetic | Apr 24, 2015
In this page you will find all of the necessary instructions if your thinking of having a procedure in the near future. Please download and read this information before having your procedure performed. If you have any questions, please call us directly (305) 406-9624
Before Surgery Patient Care
- How Should I Prepare My Home Before My Surgery?
- What Should I Do the Day of My Surgery?
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Blood Work / Mammogram
Before your surgery, your doctor will ask you to have lab tests performed to ensure that you are healthy enough to undergo the kind of physical stress involved in receiving anesthesia and surgery.
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Breast Augmentation Questions
It is essential that you ask the right questions about your surgery. Well-informed patients are more likely to correctly prepare for their surgery, to care for themselves after surgery and to have successful, desired outcomes.Download and print this information.
Healing Body & Mind
Many patients receiving all types of surgery and medical care regard their physicians as people who fix problems in their bodies. While medical care is a critical part of repairing the body and allowing it to heal, the physician is just one part of a team. Download and print this information.
Is Your Doctor Safe?
It is important to your health and safety that you know how to choose the right plastic surgeon for your needs. This means that you should know what questions to ask and what information to seek out about your doctor's credentials and experience. Download and print this information.
Medications to Avoid
Some medications can have drastic effects on your surgery that may make you more susceptible to experiencing complications from anesthesia or bleeding. Your surgeon or another member of your medical team will ask you for a full list of any medications that you take regularly. Download and print this information.
Post Operative Instructions
Your doctor will give you and the person driving you home a list of instructions to follow after your surgery. Following these instructions completely will help you recover safely and heal completely. Download and print this information.
Pre Op Instructions
Consult your doctor about whether you should discontinue taking regularly scheduled medication, herbal products or aspirin prior to surgery. If you are advised to continue taking your medication, you should take it with only a sip of water. Download and print this information.
Pregnancy After Tummy Tuck
Tummy tuck surgery, also known as abdominoplasty, tightens the muscles in the belly and removes excess skin and fat from the area. It involves some structural changes to the abdomen and causes many women to become concerned about their abilities to carry healthy pregnancies without putting their unborn babies in danger. Download and print this information.
Pregnancy and Breast Feeding
Although most women who are beginning the journey to a new body through plastic surgery are excited about their future body and appearance, many have reservations about how the surgical changes to their bodies will affect their ability to get pregnant and breast-feed their future children. Download and print this information.
Preventing Or Minimizing Scars
All surgical procedures have a risk of causing scars to form. Scarring is common even in small, shallow injuries. Cosmetic surgery procedures usually require your surgeon to make incisions through all layers of the skin. Download and print this information.
Some patients prefer homeopathic treatments to alleviate pain, swelling and other symptoms that occur after surgery. Homeopathic treatments are not evaluated for efficacy by the Food and Drug Administration, only for the safety of dyes and other ingredients that may be present. Download and print this information.
Safety And Types Of Implants
In the early 1990s, there was a great deal of concern about breast implants, particularly silicone implants. Silicone implants were removed from the American market because there was evidence that they caused problems with connective tissue in the women who received them. Download and print this information.
Women's Health And Beauty
Carefully monitoring your breast health is the most important aspect of preventing breast cancer. When potential problems are identified early, treatment is more likely to be effective. Download and print this information.
Cosmetic or plastic surgery is used to alter a person's appearance for a 'more desirable look' or for functional reasons such as breast reduction to reduce neck and back pain. Reconstructive plastic surgery is used to repair damaged tissue after illness or injury. Some of the most common cosmetic surgery procedures are breast augmentation, breast reduction, eyelid surgery, liposuction and ear reshaping. The most common non-surgical procedures include botulinum toxin injections, dermal fillers, chemical peels, microdermabrasion and laser and intense light treatments.
- Tummy Tuck or Abdominoplasty
- Breast Implants with Saline or Gel
- Laser Liposuction and Traditional Liposuction
- Brazilian Butt Lift (Buttock Augmentation)