Before Breast Augmentation
A hospital or an outpatient surgical facility is where the breast augmentation operation is carried out. Your plastic surgeon must be certified by the board of plastic surgeons and have a proper setup for the services. Your doctor could request a blood test from you and inquire about your current and previous medical conditions as well as your history of drugs. Before surgery, the patient should cut back on alcohol use, stop smoking and utilize recreational drugs like cocaine. Anti-inflammatory medications like aspirin and ibuprofen can make bleeding worse. You won’t be allowed to take certain medications before therapy, the doctor will ask.
Breast Augmentation Procedure Turkey
Depending on the patient’s preference, local or general anesthesia is first administered to begin the augmentation process. For pain-free sleep throughout the procedure, most patients require general anesthesia. You will be awake throughout local anesthesia. By utilizing local anesthetics to suppress pain perception, only the breast and chest region is numb. The procedure is carried out by inserting implants made of silicon, sterile water-filled sacs, or saline water.
After Breast Augmentation
Your breast will be covered in surgical gauze, an elastic bandage, or a sports bra after breast augmentation surgery to promote healing and reduce post-operative swelling. Once stabilized, the patient is transported to the recovery area and given permission to leave the hospital. Usually, it takes between an hour and two. To prevent infection at the surgical site, your doctor will give you analgesics and antibiotics. As advised by the doctor, you will always wear supportive clothing. When your plastic surgeon gives the go-ahead, avoid strenuous activity for a few days if your breast implant pockets bleed. Bleeding is common following surgery, so don’t panic.