Suppuration, bleeding, thrombophlebitis (venous walls inflammation) are possible in the postoperative period. At GRACE the risk of these complications is reduced with the help of proper examination before the surgery and, if needed, medical preparation.
Also, the decennial experience of our doctors, the use of the best technologies, medication and serious safety approach minimise all the risks listed above.
Preparing for the surgery yourself:
- 14 days before the surgery, it is necessary to stop taking aspirin-containing drugs that affect blood coagulation. Also, during this period, you should stop smoking.
- 8 hours before the operation, you must refrain from eating and drinking. The stomach should be completely empty in order to ensure the anaesthesia safety.
- On the morning of the surgery day, before going to the clinic, take comfortable clothes, personal hygiene products, all the necessary documents and examination results with you.
How does the full rehabilitation go?
|2nd day ||Hospital discharge, it is allowed to take a shower. |
|7-10th day ||the sutures are removed (in front of the auricles — 7th day, in the hairy parts of the head — 10th day) |
|14th day ||It is allowed to return to normal life. |
|In 1-2 months ||Saunas, solariums, fitness centres and active sports are allowed. |
|2 month ||The patient can evaluate the surgery result. |