Planning a plastic surgery? Are you a healthy person and can you take the procedure? Ask yourself! If you are ready for the nip and tucks then you need to discuss your complete medical history with your plastic surgeon. Hiding health problems from your doctor may affect the ultimate result of the plastic surgery, and it will distort the health assessment made by the plastic surgeon, so be frank!
Medical history and related complications:
Do not let your plastic surgeon get away with a “surgical blunder” on the pretext of untold medical history , tell your whole medical background so that the surgeon takes the whole responsibility on his shoulders. There may be certain health issues that prohibit a surgery, so if you are aware of these complications before the surgery, then you can let the nips go and stay healthy.
Ask about the procedure’s name:
You need to have complete knowledge about the procedure you are going to go through and the results that are expected. There may be many questions regarding the surgery so ask about the name of the procedure to be aware of details.
Every procedure that you want to take to enhance your body, is risky. You need to know about the risks that you may encounter along the way. The infections, the scars that follow, widened or rough scars that may be possible, recovery times etc, surgical technique, anaesthesia all can cause complications. The main risk that you have to keep in mind is that the procedure may go wrong, and your expectations may be far from reality. You may be expecting loads of contoured improvement after, the surgery but the procedure is limited and may bring about changes that may or may not be according to your wishes. All possible efforts may be made to deliver the goods but it’s a risk for sure!
No future guarantee:
Your plastic surgeon can work on body part enhancement and all the procedures related to the operation theatre but they can’t get you a good job, improve your social standing or restore a broken relationship and neither can you treat your anxiety and depression.
Accept procedural advice:
Your surgeon has studied your case carefully and knows the ideal method to work on. You have to accept it. It may take time and the recovery may take a while but the scars will go. If you ask for another alternative so that the recovery is faster than you may have to adjust with substandard results.
Adhere to post surgery instructions:
Post surgery instructions are necessary to follow. The procedure demands some care and post surgery instructions or else the results are not guaranteed. There is nothing called “100% perfect” in the world of plastic surgery. The human eye is never satisfied and you may never be “good enough” for yourself but any kind of improvement should be appreciated.
Plastic surgery involves scars you have to learn how to hide them. There is no scarless surgery possible though the scars are camouflaged by a good surgeon. Plastic surgery is not easily affordable and you may need a finance planned to undergo one, so plan it wisely!