FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  1. How can I prepare myself for the operation?

    Once the date of your operation is set up, you shall receive exact pre-operative instructions. Because of some drugs may interact with anesthesia or their potential side effects may be inducted by anesthesia, please inform your doctor about drugs that you usually take. Before getting the surgery you must not take any medications containing acetylsalicylate acid, i.e. Aspirin. These medications and increase the bleeding during surgery as decreasing the blood sedimentation rate. No pain killers containing acetylsalicylate acid 1 week before the date. Smoking has a negative effect on the wound healing. Therefore smoking should be stopped as early as possible and not to smoking anymore after surgery is recommended. Inform your doctor if you feel ill before surgery. Women should take care of operation date not to coincide with menstruation. Wear ease clothes when you are coming to the hospital. Do not make up and leave your jewels and accessories at home. Have a shower the day before surgery. You must be hungry before surgery. If surgery will start in the morning, you should not eat or drink anything from 24:00. If surgery will start in the afternoon you may have light breakfast in the morning. You should be in the hospital 2 hours before surgery for blood analysis and pre-operative assessment by anesthesiologist. You may need somebody accompanying to you.

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  2. Is cosmetic surgery painful?

    During the procedure, anesthesia ensures that you will be comfortable and feel no pain. If general or “twilight” anesthesia is used, you will even sleep through the entire operation. After surgery, any discomfort you may experience can usually be controlled through medication and will usually subside within a matter of days.

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  3. What can I eat after surgery? Is there a special diet?

    A patient may eat once the effects of the medications administered during surgery diminish. After a short period of rest in our recovery area, the nurse will advise you of when you can eat and drink. A light liquid or pureed diet is recommended on the first day and a regular diet can be resumed the next day. Special diets may be instructed in certain surgeries like mouth surgeries.

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  4. When can I shower again?

    2-4. post-operative days.

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  5. How long will the results last?

    Aesthetic procedures that focus on rejuvenation, such as the facelift, forehead lift, laser resurfacing and eyelid surgery can last 5-10 years. Aesthetic procedures that reshape or correct an imbalance such as liposuction and tummy tuck, surgery of the nose, breast, chin or ear offer permanent benefits that last a lifetime.

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  6. Will there be scars?

    Yes. Will they be noticeable? Probably not. For the majority of procedures your scars will fade over time and become barely noticeable.

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  7. What is the maximum amount of fat that can be removed via liposuction?

    The maximum amount of fat is 5-6 % of total body weight. Nevertheless, the total of the removed liquid is more than the calculated liters.

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  8. What implants are used?

    We use implants by company Mentor, USA (FDA approved) which meet our high quality standards. You can choose between round and anatomical ones. The anatomical implants have a shape of a drop. Our patients have been highly content with the brands we use.

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