Plastic Surgery Frequently Asked Questions
Liposuction permanently removes fat cells from the targeted area, making the results long-lasting. However, it’s essential to maintain a stable weight and a healthy lifestyle to preserve these results. If you gain a significant amount of weight after the procedure, new fat cells can develop, affecting the contoured shape achieved through liposuction.
Like any surgical procedure, breast implant surgery comes with its own set of risks and potential complications. Some of the concerns include capsular contracture (scar tissue formation around the implant), implant rupture, and infection. It’s essential to discuss these risks thoroughly with Dr. Dayal during your consultation to make an informed decision.
Blepharoplasty primarily targets the eyelids and is not designed to eliminate crow’s feet or forehead wrinkles. If you’re looking to address these issues, other treatments like injectables or facial fillers may be more appropriate. Dr. Dayal can provide a comprehensive assessment and recommend a tailored treatment plan for you.
The cost of a Brazilian butt lift (BBL) can vary widely based on several factors such as the surgeon’s experience, the complexity of the procedure, and additional costs like anesthesia and facility fees. To get an accurate estimate tailored to your needs, it’s best to consult with Dr. Dayal at Synergistiq.
The recovery time for plastic surgery varies depending on the specific procedure and the individual patient’s health. Generally, most patients can return to their daily activities within two to six weeks. Dr. Dayal will provide a detailed recovery timeline based on the procedure you undergo.
The type of anesthesia used depends on the surgical procedure and the patient’s medical history. Options typically include local anesthesia, intravenous sedation, and general anesthesia. Dr. Dayal will discuss the best choice of anesthesia with you during your consultation.
The timeline for resuming exercise after plastic surgery varies based on the procedure and individual healing progress. Generally, light walking is encouraged soon after surgery to promote circulation, but strenuous activities should be avoided for several weeks. Dr. Dayal will provide specific guidelines tailored to your situation.