FAQ

Question – How do you define beauty and what are your goals for the practice?

The notion of beauty is seen as a concept linked to aesthetic, logical, ethical and religious values. Beauty can be defined as harmony, proportion, and unity among different body parts affecting somatic (outer) and psychological-spiritual (inner) aspect of beings. For this reason, one of the goals of our practice is to recreate somatic harmony keeping in mind the inner architecture of the person. Our reconstructive aspect focuses on the restoration of a lost function in the person giving him/her the best possible aesthetic outcomes.

 

Is plastic surgery safe?

Yes indeed. It’s safe when performed correctly.

 

How long is the recovery process?

The length of recovery depends on the nature of surgical procedure performed. For eg. Recovery after filler, Botox and blepharoplasty is immediate. While surgeries like breast reduction and abdominoplasty usually take 2 to 4 weeks to recover.

 

Do liposuction results last?

Liposuction is performed in healthy patients who maintain realistic goals and expectations. Those patients who are committed to positive lifestyle changes involving healthy diet and regular exercise experience the best satisfaction scores after liposuction. Lifestyle modification is necessary to maintain long-term results.

How do I know if the plastic surgery is right for me?

The best reason for wanting plastic surgery is for self-improvement. You must have an identifiable deformity for correction and realistic expectations as regard to the outcome. It is the responsibility of the surgeon to address all concerns, expectations, and goals prior to any plastic surgery procedure in order to establish realistic expectations in the patient.

 

What are the risks of surgery?

Life threatening complications after cosmetic procedures are extremely rare. Complications, although rare, are minor like redness, swelling, numbness etc. In some cases, complications like not achieving the desired outcome and delayed recovery may be observed.

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