GET THE FACTS SO YOU CAN MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION

GET THE FACTS SO YOU CAN MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION

GET THE FACTS SO YOU CAN MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION

What’s the most importance piece of advice when considering cosmetic surgery?
Do your research and ask plenty of questions at your consultation. You want to ensure you are in the safest and most experienced of hands.
What exactly should would-be patients look out for?
It’s important that your Surgeon is a “Consultant Plastic Surgeon” and qualified to the absolute highest level. We insist that your surgery takes place in a hospital and that you stay overnight.
Aftercare is incredibly important, you want to make sure your provider has medical care available to you 24/7.
Nurse Aisling said: “ I take calls in the middle of the night from patients who just want to be reassured about something small, it’s important to be available to patients 24/7”.
What is the most common cosmetic surgery procedure?
Breast Augmentation continues to be the most common, followed by breast reduction, liposuction and abdominoplasty (tummy tuck). Facial surgery is also on the increase. Advancements in techniques allow beautifully subtle and sophisticated results. Again, the key is choosing only the most reputable and experienced of providers. The skill of your Surgeon is of paramount importance.
What about size, what is the average increase?
The majority of our patients go from an A cup to just a C cup. We’re talking a subtle increase in volume, a more feminine shape and most importantly, natural looking results.
What about the pain factor?
Naturally it depends on the surgery and everyone recovers differently but for Breast Augmentation surgery for example patients tend to describe the feeling of stiffness and tenderness, that feeling you get when you over do it in the gym. You can expect to take about a week off work.
Again it comes back to making sure your provider is available to you 24/7.
“Our patients can call me or one of our Nurses day or night. Generally of course they don’t need to and they just pop back in to see us one week and then six weeks post surgery (and whenever they wish!)” said Nurse Aisling.
If you are considering any type of cosmetic surgery procedure, the best advice is to speak with the most reputable of providers, do your research so you can make an informed decision.
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