So, you have given it enough thought, talked to your loved ones about the procedure and psyched yourself up. Well, now it’s finally time to go into the theatre room. The life-altering nature of plastic surgery means that very few patients, if any, are well and truly prepared for the procedure itself and the ensuing consequences.
You undoubtedly have many questions churning in your head, from the most common concerns like, “Does the surgery cause much pain?” to persistent doubts about the success rate of the surgery. Others concerns would be about how you think you’ll look after surgery, “Will it end up backfiring?” or “Is it worth all my investment?”
Fortunately, there are several actions you could perform, before and after your first appointment with a plastic surgeon, to help reduce your anxiety and make sure everything goes as smoothly as possible.
Do A Thorough Research
In spite of the fact that a good cosmetic surgeon will explain to you the different stages involved in the procedure, you will do yourself no harm by digging around for as much information as you can. This might range from basic information, such as what your surgery entails (for example rhinoplasty, commonly referred to as