3 Common questions to ask after breast reconstruction surgery

by Marc Everett MD MEplasticsurgery- because it’s all about YOU

No matter how prepared you are for breast reconstruction surgery, you will still have many questions for your doctor to answer regarding this process. Well, having a lot of questions running in your mind regarding this crucial cosmetic surgery is natural.

Here are the three most common questions that you should ask your surgeon after your breast reconstruction surgery  

Q1- Is massage recommended?

According to plastic surgeons with vast experience in breast reconstruction surgery in New York, massage is not recommended after the surgery. However, in some cases, massage is recommended for improving the scars. So, you need to talk to your surgeon to know what will be better for you.

Q2- How to fade scars?

Some scars never go away and can make you feel sad and less confident after the surgery. Although there are different types of products available in the market to fade the scars and fully heal the tissues, none of them are scientifically proven. So, you need to ask this question to your surgeon for better results.

Q3- What are the risks of this surgery?

If you don’t want any complications after your breast reconstruction surgery, you need to ask your surgeon about the risks involved after the surgery. For example, you can ask what the recovery period is and what you should expect after the surgery and so on.

It is always sensible to clear all your doubts about breast reconstruction surgery and the risks involved so that you can prepare your mind well before taking the plunge. If you have an experienced plastic surgeon in NYC for your surgery, you can rest assured you will have minimal to no complications after the surgery.

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