Before you undergo your breast implant procedure, you will be required to attend a consultation with the surgeon who will carry it out. This is important to attend so that your surgeon is aware of your personal expectations and queries.
During your consultation, you will be given the time to discuss, in detail, the results you wish to achieve from the breast implant surgery. Also, if you have any fears or concerns, this is the time to make them known so that the surgeon can reassure you and answer any burning questions. This ensures that you are fully educated as to exactly what you are committing yourself to so you can guarantee that you are making the correct decision.
Examination and Medical Background
Your surgeon will use the consultation time to perform an appropriate examination to ensure that you are in good health and a suitable candidate for the breast implant procedure. This is the time when the surgeon will question you on your medical history so it is important that you enclose as many details as possible as it may affect the outcome of your surgery.
Any health questions asked should be answered as accurately, you may wish to bring copies of any medical records that you hold. Furthermore, you should make your surgeon aware of any allergies that you have as well as any medications you are taking at present (or stopped taking recently), whether you are a smoker and if you consume any vitamins.
The Purpose of a Consultation
By attending a consultation with your surgeon, you can work as a team to develop a personal breast implant plan that will accommodate your needs and desires. Your surgeon will also take sufficient time to explain all the options, techniques used and potential risks associated with breast implants. You may even be supplied with some leaflets and brochures to take home to read for further information and perspective.
Your surgeon will be able to advise you on which options will be best to achieve the result that you are aiming for. Remember that the surgeon is an expert and so you should really listen to their advice and take it on board. The surgeon will want to maintain their reputation and therefore will not provide you with any advice that will result in an unsatisfactory outcome.
After you have had your consultation about the precise procedure you will undergo, you will then be talked through the financial aspects. This will begin with you being given a quotation for the cost of your surgery. You can then use this information to develop a payment plan that will suit you and your budget. This plan may involve an interest free loan, monthly payments or a “buy now, pay later” scheme.
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