1. Am I the right candidate for cosmetic surgery?

In general, if you are a nonsmoker who is in good overall health and if you have a healthy body weight then you are definitely a good candidate for cosmetic surgery.

People who have serious health problems like diabetes, high blood pressure, a bleeding disorder, heart illness, or depression should not consider cosmetic surgery. If you obese or drink too much liquor, you are not a great candidate for this surgery.


2. What is the correct age to have plastic surgery?

There’s no “defined age” for plastic surgery. Young patients are more interested in few treatments such as breast augmentation, liposuction, nose jobs, and dermabrasion, whereas elder patients may be more likely to pursue ways such as an eyelid lift, eyebrow lift, facelift, or neck lift.

There will be pre-surgical consultations with every patient to discuss their desired results and evaluate the goals on a case-by-case basis. Based on individual factors, such as your unique body type, bone structure, size, age, and overall health, a decision would be taken.


3. Are there any risks involved in cosmetic surgery?

Any sort of surgery carries a few risks. Healing depends on a patient’s anatomy and their ability to heal. Although you can look for some common complications:
• Infection or pus formation
• Blood loss
• Swelling
• Wound healing might take time than expected
• Anesthesia problems
• Surgery problems


4. What are the preparations required for cosmetic surgery?

If you are looking for successful surgical outcomes on cosmetic procedures such as breast augmentation, liposuction, and tummy tuck, facelift or brows lift, it is necessary to be prepared both mentally and physically. The process starts with consultation; our staff will thoroughly discuss every aspect of the procedure with you.  You can check before-and-after photos of patients with similar surgery so that you get a clear idea of your result.

Health history would be reviewed by us. Additional instructions would be provided to you for pre-post-surgery actions.


5. Will my medical insurance cover this kind of surgery?

If cosmetic surgery is needed because of any accident, insurance may cover the charges. But if cosmetic surgery is personally elected, insurance is usually not involved. Our pleasant staff will still assist you in determining if you are eligible for insurance coverage.


6. Am I required to be admitted to the hospital?

Usually, many of the plastic surgery methods are done on an outpatient base. However, there are some exceptional cases.

If emergency hospitalization becomes essential, you have to be sure that you can be admitted quickly for appropriate care.

For a few cases, we may suggest a patient stay overnight based on your condition.

If you stay alone – later after the surgery, you may need someone to help you with simple day-to-day tasks. If you have selected to combine one to two procedures then it is required for us to monitor your overall state and discomfort.


7. If I’m not ready to commit to surgery, are there any other options to improve my look?

Yes! There are several synthetic dermal fillers that can help restore a more youthful appearance. The results may not be permanent or long-term. Unlike surgery, they won’t require recovery time. The injections are also done in the comfort of our clinic and usually take less than an hour to implement.


8. I have questions that are more specific to particular procedures or services, where can I get?

Access our full list of cosmetic procedures.




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