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Frequently Asked Questions

Despite not being essential for survival or overall physical health, cosmetic surgery procedures are “real” surgeries. Most are performed with anesthesia just as are other necessary surgeries and like any surgical procedure do have an associated set of risks.

Reconstructive and cosmetic surgery of the head and neck is called Facial plastic surgery. Reconstructive surgery is for the patients who have suffered an appearance-altering trauma, such as an accident or through the removal of skin cancers, or for patients who have congenital conditions, such as a cleft lip or a birthmark.

The relative safety of surgery for a particular patient is judged on an individual basis. Risk factors such as serious health conditions, age and social habits are taken into consideration. Taking the individual nature of all medical care into account, facial cosmetic surgery has superlative safety record. As these are elective procedures, safety is our foremost priority.

To be a candidate for breast augmentation, you need to be physically healthy and have a good idea that breast implants will enhance the appearance of your body.

The average breast reduction surgery can take two to four hours to complete. Your surgeon may be able to give you an estimate of how long your particular procedure will take.

You should rest for the first day or two; there is usually only minor discomfort and you will be given an analgesic if you need it. You will be given an appointment to return in 5-7 days. You can remove the gauze over the incision after 48 hours and shower. Keep the bra on 24/7 until you come for your follow-up appointment.

Yes, a woman can breastfeed if her implants are behind the muscle and if the mammary gland and implant are not touching.

Tummy tuck surgery is designed to improve the appearance of a prominent lower stomach region, which is often caused by loose, excess skin and lax abdominal muscles. In many instances, stubborn deposits of fat in and around the abdomen can also be removed.

Following tummy tuck surgery, drain tubes will need to be left in place for about one week. Most patients experience some bruising and/or swelling, though these symptoms should subside over the course of a few weeks. The majority of individuals are able to return to non-strenuous jobs or activities after about one to two weeks; however, heavy lifting and/or strenuous physical labor should be avoided for at least six to eight weeks.

Mild to moderate discomfort may be possible in the days following abdominoplasty, but any pain can often be managed and even alleviated with medication.

Body sculpting targets and kills fat cells in the body without surgery. It allows you to shape and lose stubborn fat in areas such as the upper arms, abdomen, hips, and thighs.

It's not necessary, but for best results, we recommend combining with our body wraps. Many patients who receive body contouring are also interested in stretch mark removal, appetite suppression, breast augmentation, fat transferring and liposuction.

Once you complete your body contouring procedure(s), you don’t need to get any more treatments to maintain your results. However, it’s still possible for you to gain back the fat that was removed, so you do need to keep up with a healthy diet and exercise routine to continue enjoying your results.

The recovery depends on the age, condition and degree of damage on the skin.

Once your skin heals, you will see the results. Healing time ranges from 1 day for a refreshing or lunchtime peel to 14 days or longer for a deep peel. To get the results you seek from a refreshing peel or lunchtime peel, you may need to have 3 to 5 peels.

BOTOX is injected with the smallest of needle types. It is typically a very quick (less than 5 mins) type of service.  Most time for the appointment is dedicated to discussing which areas and how many units you may need today.  The procedure is almost over right after it gets started!

Its a surgical treatment that involves removing hair from a part of the body that is resistant to balding and transplanting it to a spot that is in need of hair due to accident, surgery, balding etc.

Not at all. There are of course other reasons than balding for getting a transplant. Such as the restoration of eyebrows, chest hair, pubic hair, facial hair like beard, moustache, side burns or goatee or to fill in scars left by accidents or surgery.

Like any surgery, anaesthetic will be involved along with a cleansing of the area (shampoo), and antibiotics. No smoking or drinking before the procedure or your results may not be satisfactory.