While cosmetic surgery aims for improved aesthetics, individual results may vary. Clear communication with your surgeon about your expectations is crucial to achieve the desired outcome.
Infection is a possible complication after any surgery. Strict sterile protocols are followed to minimise this risk, but it's essential to monitor for signs of infection and seek prompt medical attention if any concerns arise.
Pain is common after surgery, and appropriate pain management strategies will be discussed with you to ensure your comfort during the recovery period.
Nerve damage is a rare but potential risk associated with surgery. Surgeons take precautions to avoid nerve injury, but it's essential to be aware of this possibility.
Bruising and swelling are common side effects following surgery. These usually resolve over time as part of the healing process.
While efforts are made to minimise bleeding during surgery, some bleeding is normal. Excessive bleeding should be reported to your medical team.
Scarring is a natural part of the healing process after surgery. The extent of scarring can vary based on factors like the type of procedure and individual healing.
A seroma is a collection of fluid under the skin. It can occur after surgery and may require drainage or other treatments.
Anesthetic complications are rare but possible. Anesthesia providers are highly trained to minimise these risks.
This section provides useful information on general risks related to surgery. Similar information on the risks related to specific procedures provided on the relevant procedure page.
All claims made on this website or in articles regarding cosmetic procedures are highly subjective and your experiences may vary.
The information provided is not intended as medical advice and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
Recovery time, side effects, and pain associated with cosmetic procedures can also be subjective and can vary depending on the individual’s circumstances, perspective, and personal preferences.
The information provided on this website is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified medical practitioner and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Each individual must consult with a qualified medical practitioner before making any decisions to undergo any cosmetic procedure.
The content on this website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
Some procedures may have minimal downtime, while others may require several weeks or months of recovery.
The level of pain and discomfort can also range from mild to severe, however, in most circumstances, the minimal amount of downtime and pain is endured.
It’s important to have a clear understanding and realistic expectations of the procedure, the recovery process, and the potential risks and side effects before making a decision to undergo any cosmetic procedure.
It’s essential to have open communication with your medical practitioner to have a clear understanding of what you can expect during and after the procedure, and to make sure that you are making a well-informed decision.
It is essential that each individual consults with a qualified medical practitioner prior to undergoing any procedure.
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