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Planning Breast Enlargement Surgery - Articles Surfing
There are a number of different things that you will need to consider before you submit to cosmetic breast enlargement, and many of these should be discussed in advance with your consultant to ensure that you are completely ready to undergo the procedure.
The process from choosing to undergo the surgery through to actually going under the knife should not be a quick one. A reputable clinic will want to make sure that your decision is a sound one, and that you understand the implications of elective surgery, from the potential dangers of having an anaesthetic through to the changes that will happen to your body following on from the work being done.
There are many clinics that offer cosmetic procedures, and it is important to find one that is well respected, and which you trust. Most of the larger clinics will be able to provide you with testimonials about the quality of their service, and will generally be happy to put you into contact with previous patients in order to let them tell you about what their experience was like.
When you have selected the clinic that is best for your needs, you should make an appointment with a surgeon. The better clinics will actually provide you with a consultation with a qualified surgeon rather than a sales person, and this is important in determining the outcome of your breast enlargement surgery. The surgeon will check your general health and make sure that you are fit enough for the surgery. This is vitally important, no clinic will carry out an operation on someone who is not a suitable patient.
When you are satisfied with the clinic and the clinic is happy with you, they will normally arrange a date for the operation with you. Because breast enlargement is an elective procedure, this will normally be carried out at your convenience. Typically you will be given around 6 weeks between the consultancy and the actual operation to give you time to decide whether you want to go ahead or not. Be wary of any clinic that rushes you into making a decision, as the choice should be yours and not theirs about when to undergo the surgery. You should be given a cooling off period in which you will have the chance to cancel the operation if you so decide.
The most important factor to consider when choosing a cosmetic surgery clinic is to pick one that you are comfortable with and which is widely respected. Do not consider ones that other people do not recommend, and bear in mind that if you choose to travel to another country in order to save some money on your procedure that the clinic you visit may not offer comprehensive aftercare, and may simply discharge you before you have had a chance to recover. In addition to this, most travel insurance policies will not cover you for surgery that you have abroad, so you may have to pay for medical evacuation out of your own pocket if things go badly wrong, adding a huge amount to the overall cost of your 'cheap' plastic surgery.
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