A tummy tuck is a cosmetic surgery procedure where excess fat and skin is removed from the abdomen to create a flatter stomach. The surgery can also tighten the abdomen muscles as well as removing or reduce any unwanted stretch marks or scars. Many people choose to have a tummy tuck following pregnancy for these reasons.
Tummy tuck operations are conducted under general anaesthetic so patients are asleep during the procedure. As with all operations conducted by general anaesthetic, patients must fast before the procedure.
A tummy tuck can give permanent results as long as a healthy weight is maintained. Anyone considering getting a tummy tuck must be aware that it is not a method of preventing weight gain in the future.
Before deciding whether to go ahead with a tummy tuck it is important that you have in depth discussions with an experienced and qualified surgeon to ensure you are aware of all the considerations and risks.
This information was provided by tummy tuck surgeons.
Breast Augmentation is an extremely popular cosmetic surgery procedure and if a qualified and experienced surgeon is selected then in most cases it is carried out without complications.
The recovery process usually takes several weeks and usually includes the below side effects:
- A tight chest and the feeling of restricted breathing.
- Sore feelings in the area of and around the surgery.
Steps that you can take to aid the recover process include:
- Over the counter painkillers including paracetamol and ibuprofen.
- Allow your body to rest so that it can properly recover – try not to use your arms too much or do any heavy lifting as this can aggravate the healing process.
- Do not get your wounds wet.
- It is recommended that you do not sleep on your stomach for at least one month.
- Avoid driving for a minimum of one week.
This advice was provided by Breast Augmentation Clinics
Rhinoplasty is one of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures in the UK, however like all cosmetic surgery it includes a major operation and therefore there are vital things that need to be considered before you decide to go ahead…
1. Make sure you have realistic expectations on what the outcome of the surgery will be
It is important that you understand that you will not be able to get a nose that is exactly the same as one you have seen on a celebrity or in a magazine.
2. Make sure your choose a qualified and experienced surgeon.
Rhinoplasty is one of the most complicated cosmetic surgeries and therefore it is important that you ensure that the surgeon you pick has lots of experience and explains the procedure to you in full.
3. You need to be old enough to have Rhinoplasty
No good rhinoplasty surgeons will operate on patients that are too young as noses may still be growing. This is generally about 14 or 15 for girls and a bit older for boys.
4. If you smoke then you will be advised to stop
Smoking has many negative effects to health but most significant here is that it can prevent wound healing, a process which is crucial after any rhinoplasty procedure.
5. Ensure that you understand the risks associated with Rhinoplasty
As with any other surgical procedure there are various risks. These can included but are not limited to; infection, bleeding and breathing issues.