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FAQ: questions about plastic and cosmetic surgery

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Breast Surgery (Breast Reduction)

No. Most often, simple sedatives are sufficient to calm the pain during the first days following the operation.

Before the operation, the surgeon shows you the drawing of the scars. They will evolve for about 1 year. Ultimately, they will be very discreet regardless of the patient's skin type, but they are only very rarely invisible.

It takes up 3 to 4 weeks.

Breast Surgery (Breast Augmentation)

It all depends on the position of the implants in relation to the pectoral muscles. When the implants are before the muscles, this is usually not very painful and can be very well calmed by prescribed analgesics.

In retro muscular position, the pain is more important. It will be treated effectively from the operating room, by a prescription of strong analgesics, which will make the after-effects bearable.

Silhouette surgery (liposuction)

This technique makes it possible to sculpt the body and not to make the patient lose weight. Liposuction permanently removes localized excess fat ("saddlebags", "love handles" and internal face of the thighs and knees) which will not reform if the patient regains weight.

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