Frequently Asked Questions


Frequently asked questions about aesthetics surgery

Can anyone have surgery?

You should have a very clear image of what goal is with the surgery. Furthermore, having clear expectations of what you are going to achieve with this surgery.

A surgery is not advisable in case of suffering from hypertension, uncontrolled diabetes, cardiac problems or lung or liver disease. As well as in the case of not being able to have anticoagulants or the advised medication is contraindicated in combination with another that the patient is already taking.

Is the aesthetics surgery risky?

We carry out numerous interventions and the complications percentage is very low. The existent risks are the same as in other interventions, such as allergies or infections. This is why the post-operative is very important as it is to follow the indications that the doctor will give you.

In any case we run a thorough study of the patient’s health and we will lay out the intervention with minimum risks.

How long does the recovery process last?

It always depends on the surgery and the patient. Some surgeries do not require hospitalization while other interventions may cause discomfort and pain for a few days.

What are the most frequent surgeries?

The most frequent interventions are the mammary implants, rhinoplasty and liposculpture. Here in our centre, we are specialists on reconstructive and repairing surgery.

What are the non surgical options?

There are many possibilities in aesthetics medicine that can be very effective, individually or combined among them. Very good results can be obtained if they are carried out correctly.

How do I get ready for a surgery?

Each intervention requires its own preparation. In Silfid’ we will assess you of the recommendations and guidelines to follow prior the intervention.

Is an aesthetics surgery painful?

In the case of aesthetics surgery, it will depend on the intervention and the patient. Usually the pain lasts for the first few days after the intervention.

After a pregnancy my body has changed, can I get it back?

It’s always going to depend on the patient, but we can carry out different surgeries to correct the changes caused by the pregnancy and the lactation.

How long do I have to wait after the pregnancy to have surgery?

We would recommend finishing the lactation period.

How do I decide the size of the mammary prosthesis?

We will always decide this in a collaborative way, keeping in mind the surgeon’s advice depending on the patient’s complexion, and also listening to the patient’s wishes and expectations.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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