Having a plastic surgery procedure requires physical and emotional support – which means you need to plan ahead! You will more than likely have at least a couple of loved ones or good friends helping with existing commitments in the beginning as you recover. The more prepared you are prior to the surgery, the easier it will be for everyone during this recovery period.
It’s important that you don’t rely too much on age to assess your overall health when considering surgery. That means that you shouldn’t assume that because you’re under forty, you’re healthy enough for plastic surgery, or that because you’re older, that you’re not. Age is relative and plenty of people up to the age of sixty-five have plastic surgery all the time. The rule at our practice is that if you’re over the age of sixty-five, we’ll do your surgery in the hospital where we can observe you overnight afterward.
Over the last couple of posts, you’ve hopefully begun to understand the importance of knowing what your BMI is and how this will impact what you can expect from cosmetic surgeries.
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