What requirements must I meet to undergo a cosmetic surgery intervention?

The ideal patient for a cosmetic surgery intervention must know perfectly what they want, be aware of their image, know what they don’t like and what they like. The future patient must understand the expectations of change very well.

As in any type of surgery, the intervention will be contraindicated when we have pictures of high blood pressure, uncontrolled diabetes, heart, lung, kidney problems and liver disease. Likewise, the need for anticoagulant medication and certain psychiatric pathologies discourages a possible intervention.

What risks can a cosmetic surgery have?

Cosmetic surgery, like any other type of surgery, has inherent risks (allergies, tissue infections, hemorrhages, etc.). However, it is shown that the percentage of general complications is extremely low because it usually requires less deep anesthesia and is usually performed in healthy patients.

How long should I wait after having my child, to have my breasts operated?

After delivery, approximately six to nine months should be expected, depending on the period of breastfeeding and whether changes in the shape and volume of the breast are still occurring.

From what age can I have plastic surgery?
That depends on the type of surgery. Surgery to correct highly projected ears can be performed from 7 years of age. For breast, nose, etc., surgeries, it is preferable to wait for the growth stage to be complete, say, after 16 years of age.
Up to what age can a person undergo facial or body surgeries?
Age is not limiting factor for performing surgery. If the patient has good health and preoperative studies are normal, they are not age limits.
Can several surgeries be performed at the same time?

Yes, as long as the surgery time is not very long, the person does not have any serious illness and the chances of bleeding and complications are minimal in the individual.

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