Before Surgery

It is important to inform your plastic surgeon about drug use (contraceptives, aspirin, thyroid hormone substitution etc.), also on diseases (phlebitis in the legs, digestive disorders, recent flu states, endocrine disorders or health in general etc. .), which may influence the process. If you decided to have surgery, your plastic surgeon will give you a number of pre-surgical instructions about which foods you should eat, avoid alcohol and some drugs. If you smoke avoid it at least two weeks before surgery. Should be exposed before and after surgery to sunlight because this promotes inflammation and accumulation of pigment in the scar."
After Surgery

Avoid prolonged stay in bed, walk short distances with frequent deep breaths and breathe with the chest to prevent pulmonary complications (accumulation of secretions and infection).

From the 1st postoperative day it is convenient to start up together. You will feel discomfort that is controlled with pain medication. The rest do stretching exercises reflect- and arms and legs to promote circulation Your plastic surgeon will recommend the use of strip of lycra and schedule removal of drains and suture points if it is the case. The return to everyday activities may begin to gradually return to the 1st to 2nd week postoperatively and gradually presented full recovery.

Often fibrotic areas that require specialized handling massages and sagging areas that may require localized in the Gaza pressure occurs. Each case is individual and therefore must be handled individually postoperative

Many successful liposuction surgeries performed by plastic surgeons, but there is the risk of postoperative complications such as seroma, hematoma, infection can be controlled with antibiotics, massages and drains.

Asymmetries are frequent because the skin does not fit to the same degree. If exposed to sunlight or has hyperpigmented scarring can cause scars or areas of prolonged fibrosis.

You can reduce the surgical risks by strict case of the recommendations tells her plastic surgeon.

Once you get a new look of your body shape will look better physical appearance, in most cases the result will be excellent and will remain for a long time provided the proper care and exercise diaries are taken.

When you are checking information about a specific plastic surgery procedure it is important to understand that the circumstances and experiences of each individual are unique, like how to behave in each of the body's tissues. If you are considering plastic surgery ask your plastic surgeon about further information in particular, and what you can expect from this procedure.
Tips for Patients

Consultation preoperative assessment
Night before surgery
The day of surgery.
Cardiological assessment and previous visit to surgery.
4D and After Liposuction HD What should I do?

1. The belt should be used for 3 months 24 hours a day, it will help the swelling subsides by the pressure it exerts on the body, is in turn it helps to retract skin.
2. Once the inflammation is controlled belt adjustment is necessary for it to continue performing its function properly, change belt if necessary to provided in the hospital after surgery.
3. The foam should be used day and night for the first month and only 12 hours for the second month. It is very important to use the foam as it is essential to help the retraction of the skin, shape, and protects the skin from the seams of the belt.
4. You should avoid eating the first 10 days after surgery: meats, fish and raw milk, and foods fried seafood irritants. Avoiding eating these foods help you have a better and faster healing.
5. Do not expose to the sun during the first 3 months after surgery. Sun exposure can stain your skin at the sites of the scars and in areas where they had bruises.
6. It is likely that after the initial postoperative care requires additional therapies lymphatic drainage, ultrasound carboxiterapia also to improve and accelerate the healing process. If you live in another city it is pertinent prior locate a center that will provide these services.
7. The proper postoperative care is essential to achieve the best possible results, it is essential to follow a proper nutritional regimen and sports at least 3 times a week.
8. After 8 days of their surgery you should schedule an appointment with your doctor to track to be evaluating their postoperative recovery process. The doctor is the right person in the programming of their postoperative consultations for control and full recovery.
General Questions and Answers

1. Is there someone suitable for a plastic surgery?
2. What is the best age for a plastic surgery?
3. How safe is the plastic surgery?
4. How safe is anesthesia?
5. How I can prepare for surgery?
6. What should I do on the day of surgery?
7. What should I do after surgery?
8. What postoperative care have to have?
9. Do I have to follow a special diet?
10. How long is the recovery and how long the stitches and drains are removed?
11. How long do I have to wear the belt or compression garments?
12. When I can get back to work?
13. How long before I can start exercising again?
14. How is okay to have sex?
15. When I can wear normally?
16. Can I go on a night dive?
17. When I can go out to sunbathe?
18. When I can travel?