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From Consultation to Aftercare: How Cosmetic Surgery Works

Cosmetic Surgery Abroad

If you are considering cosmetic surgery, then you will want to know exactly what will happen. There are many different reasons someone would think about cosmetic surgery. As a clinic that wants to look after you from start to finish, we have a set process. Here is how cosmetic surgery works.

Consultation: Is This Right for You?

You might think that a cosmetic surgery clinic looks to sell a procedure to every client they talk to. That simply isn’t the case. We need to know that this is right for you. Around 1 in 5 women consider cosmetic surgery at some stage – you’re in good company! But not all of these have a procedure. That’s where the consultation comes in. We discuss the options, gather information and answer all of your questions. And our team do this remotely, so you don’t have to travel at all. We need to know if this is right for you. And you need to know too.

Decision: Are You Going Ahead?

After the initial consultation, we give you the time and space you need to make a decision. It is a time for you to think about what you want to do. By all means, we will still be there at the end of the phone to help, but we won’t put any pressure on you. The decision needs to be yours and yours alone.

Travel: Where Will You Have Your Surgery?

There are many options on where you have your surgery conducted. Some people just have to be at home in the UK or Ireland, and that’s absolutely fine. We are based in Lithuania. The advantages of this are –

  • We are based in the EU, so you get high standards of care

  • We don’t have the same high cost of living as you guys, so you can save a load of money

That is why people are heading to Lithuania to have their cosmetic surgery. If you are travelling to Lithuania, then you will need support in planning your trip. Don’t worry, we have this covered for you too.

Preparation: What Will Happen as You Prepare?

The days before the surgery are all about resting, feeling great and doing the right things. Depending on the surgery you have chosen, you might be out of action for a few days. If there are things you want to do, then this is the time. Relax by reading, listening to music or whatever floats your boat. Eating the right things is important too, such try to cut out the salt and sugar. It will help your recuperation. But don’t worry – you don’t have to remember all of this. Every patient gets a reminder of what to know and do before and after surgery.

Operation: What Is the Big Day Like?

On the day of the operation, you will have a face-to-face consultation with a surgeon (questions, answers, explaining the procedure, discussing the final result, removing any doubts, etc.) Also, we give you a blood test just to double check you’re ready to proceed. The day of the operation patients get medication to calm down and relax.

This is what it has all been about. The day of the operation will go by in a flash. We will take care of you from start to finish, so you don’t need to worry about a thing. Our expert team of doctors and nurses will make sure you have the best experience possible. We are on hand to answer any questions and make sure you are as comfortable as possible.

Recuperation: How Will I Feel?

That is the biggest question of all. You will feel tender for a few days at least. Having surgery has an impact on the body. Whether you are looking for a tummy tuck, mommy makeover, or a breast reduction (or anything else for that matter) there will be a rest period. Our expert medical team will give you all the advice, medication and other items you need to stay in the best of health.

Important! – we offer support after you return home. You can always contact us. We prepare you for recovery, advice on what to do and suggest what to use in case of an infection. We offer an additional set of medication, which you might not need, but it is good to have in case of complications.

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