Before jumping into cosmetic surgery in Manchester, it is important that you ask your surgeon plenty of questions so that you know that they are the right fit for you and that you will get the results that you are looking for. There are going to be so many more questions you will need to ask depending on your specific surgery, but these questions are general ones suitable for every cosmetic surgery.
What Are Your Qualifications?
Going to a fully qualified and experienced surgeon is of course essential, so asking about your surgeon’s qualifications is key. You will need to make sure that your surgeon is on the GMC specialist register for plastic surgery, as well as having further qualifications, shown with Plast after their name. You would also want them to be in at least one professional plastic surgery association, such as BAPRAS, BAAPS, ASPS, ABS and BAHNO. When it comes to your surgeon, the more qualified they are, the better!
What Procedures Would You Recommend?
When you go in for your initial consultation, one of the first things you should ask is what procedures the surgeon would recommend. When you go in, explain to your surgeon what you are wanting to achieve and ask them which procedures they think are the right fit. You might initially go thinking that you want autologous fat transfer to increase the size of the breasts, but actually having implants for your breast enlargement Manchester might be better suited to what you are wanting to achieve and your lifestyle. Being open minded and having open conversations with your surgeon is likely to get you the best results.
What Will My Recovery Time Be?
Knowing your recovery time before you commit to any surgery is essential, as you will need to make sure that you can get the time you need off work and that you will have the support you need at home to recover safely. If you aren’t in a position to commit to the recovery time required, then it is not the right time to have the surgery. It is also important to note that recovery time could potentially be longer than the average if there are any complications, so bearing this in mind and being in a position to take additional time off work if needed is essential.
How Much Will It Cost?
Knowing how much the surgery will cost early on is really important, as this could be the make or break when it comes to whether you can even have the surgery! Make sure that the figure you are given includes all of the hospital, anaesthetic and surgery costs.
Also, you need to plan for additional costs later down the line. Nothing lasts forever and with many types of surgery, you may need to have repeat surgery. This is especially the case if you have breast implants, so considering later costs are essential.
Knowing the answers to all of these questions, as well as plenty more, is absolutely essential before you commit to having plastic surgery!