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Taking the step to embark on a cosmetic surgery operation is not something to be taken lightly so it’s important to know what you need to do, and perhaps more importantly what you need to not do, before the day of surgery.
We all know how important it is to research both the cosmetic surgery itself and the surgeon who you will choose to perform the operation before you commit to going under the knife.
You need to make the decision in an informed, considered and unhurried fashion, without rushing to secure any kind of ‘deal’ or price-based advantage.
It is your health we’re talking about here after all; despite the elective nature of cosmetic surgery, it’s still very much a medical procedure.
It’s also important that once you are going ahead with cosmetic surgery that your prepare yourself properly to get the best result from the procedure and to avoid any possible complications.
As with most things in life, this boils down to a list of Do’s and Don’ts:
“Choosing to undergo cosmetic surgery is a life-changing decision and you need to be 100% sure that you understand everything about it and the procedure that you are undergoing. Careful research into choosing your surgeon is essential. The great British public spend, on average, longer choosing their bathroom tiles than they do choosing their surgeon” ; says Mr Rajiv Grover, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, President of BAAPS and Advisor to The Consulting Room.
If there is anything that you’re worried about or simply not sure about, such as if you can or can’t do something, then never be afraid to ask. All surgeons want their patients to be at ease and to be fully informed about the process; they will be happy to answer all your questions.
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