Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Philippines

Q: How can I minimize the risks of cosmetic surgery?

11. Diligently follow your surgeon's instructions after surgery.

Always follow your surgeon's instructions for postoperative care. These are carefully designed to minimize your risk of complications. Your specific instructions will vary depending on the surgery performed but in general, your surgeon will instruct you to avoid activities that could hinder the healing process. If you smoke, you will be advised to stop at least two weeks following surgery to aid in wound healing. You will also be instructed to refrain from drinking alcoholic beverages and from taking any drugs containing aspirin, as they will increase bruising and may even cause internal bleeding. You will be given instructions in proper wound care. The proper care of your incision affects the scar that you will eventually have. For some procedures you will be instructed to wear support garments to help your body adjust. You can also help minimize complications such as swelling by walking around. By following your surgeon's instructions, you will ensure that the surgery will have the best results possible.

12. Avoid strenuous activity for several weeks after surgery.

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Dr. Carlos I. Lasa, Jr., Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon

Korben Place
3rd Floor, 91 Roces Avenue cor. Scout Tobias St.,
Quezon City, Philippines

Tel (632)-374-6092
Cellphone +639178229014

Email Dr. Carlos Lasa, Jr. or
info@cosmeticsurgeryphil.com

 

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