Fear of doing plastic surgery should be discussed with the surgeon
It is common for us to come across people who harbor great fear of surgical procedures for aesthetic purposes, especially a few in particular, such as liposuction. Due to a lack of disclosure of more enlightening information about plastic surgery and greater media attention in covering cases of error or complications, many myths and taboos have been created that result in a fear beyond normal. The patient who is a bit insecure will often search the internet for the solution to their doubts, there he is faced with serious information, but also encounters contradictory issues, which ends up making him even more confused. Among the sites and professionals committed to transmitting correct information, there are laymen and less experienced professionals who spread untruths about plastic surgery.
Fear is related to the unknown and this applies to many things, including plastic surgery. When you do not know something, even if that particular fact involves a small risk, you will have more fear or fear. From the moment the patient knows about the plastic surgery he or she intends to do and understands the risks that exist and what they represent, heals the doubts and denies the myths, the person develops more security and confidence in his decision to do the procedure .
It is the role of the plastic surgeon and his medical team to explain to the patient the step-by-step of the entire procedure before, during, and after, as a map of the surgical process. It is very important that the person understands how it will be from the moment of his arrival at the hospital, the role of the companion, the course of the surgical procedure, how he will return from the anesthesia, the return to the house, what he will feel and how he should act in the postoperative period, the possible annoyances, the reestablishment day by day until the total recovery. Because it is an elective surgery, in which there is no urgency and can be scheduled for the date that is most appropriate for the patient and the surgeon, plastic surgery is a type of procedure to which risk minimization is imperative, since they are in part more "predictable."
Like any surgery, aesthetics also include risks of complications. Although they are non-invasive procedures that keep the internal organs intact, plastic surgery involves incisions, anesthesia and manipulation of tissues, such as the skin. There are a number of factors that need to be followed to ward off and reduce the risks: an experienced plastic surgeon, a full and experienced medical team, who has worked together for a long time and has as routine the procedure that the patient intends to do, in a safe place, the patient is in good health to undergo the procedure and others. The plastic surgeon works with the larger goal of saving your patient from complications during and after surgery, making sure that all safety items are followed to the letter.
If the person consulted a good professional, the doctor clarified all the details about the surgery, all the steps and the patient still remains afraid, showing insecurity, it is recommended that he not go through surgery. In many cases the nuisance that motivated the person to look for a plastic surgery is not enough to overcome the fear that she cultivated about the procedure. Usually, when the patient feels completely informed, he / she clearly assesses the real risks, has a good relationship with his / her doctor, the professional in which he / she trusts, the fear is overcome by the information and the will to do the plastic surgery prevails. >
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