Cosmetic Surgery Preparation
Frequently Asked Questions
Smoking cigarettes increases the risk of poor healing or infection, causes increased coughing and bleeding after surgery and other complications. As a result we strongly recommend smokers to stop smoking for at least 2 weeks before minor surgery and 6 weeks before major surgery.
Take all routine medicines but certain medicines require attention: If in doubt always check with Mr. Golchin well in advance.
Many vitamins cause increased risk of bleeding and bruising.
We do not undertake surgery during pregnancy except in emergency situations. If there is any chance you may be pregnant please let us know and organise a pregnancy test prior to booking any surgery.
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