FAQ - Frequently asked questions
The final choice depends on your morphology and what you want as a result. Our highly qualified surgeons will give you the necessary explanations so that you can make an informed choice.
It is true that implants have a limited lifespan, but it is difficult to predict this. Replacement of breast implants will be necessary after some time.
No, the contents of the implants, regardless of the type chosen, are made in such a way that they are not toxic or harmful to the body.
No. Lifting is not necessary in all cases. Lifting is combined with breast augmentation when the patient has a chest that is too low.
Liposuction reduces cellulite present in unwanted areas, but does not make it disappear. Liposuction makes it possible to suck up excess fat in order to reshape the silhouette. Only a healthy diet and exercise are ways to eliminate cellulite and lead to weight loss.
This decision will be made by your surgeon because too much superfluous fatty deposits could lead to a disappointing result. It may therefore be that he asks you to lose weight or that he offers you another alternative to optimize the expected results. Liposuction is not a weight loss method.
No. It is not a weight loss method. In case of obesity, other methods are recommended.
Yes, it is possible to combine the two (2) surgeries during the same operation in order to obtain the expected results.
The incisions are normally made on the scalp at the level of the temples and the nape of the neck as well as around the ears. In this way, following complete healing, scars are less apparent.
In order to obtain a better result, if the problem is only in the upper lip, we suggest Juvederm or Botox. These products are specifically designed to reduce fine lines.
Yes. The results are apparent at first glance. It should not be forgotten that bluish patches will be present after the surgery but these will disappear over the following weeks.
It all depends on the type of surgery and its intensity. Your surgeon will be able to give you the exact details.
If you wish to have your operation in a private hospital/clinic, the waiting time is approximately 4 to 6 weeks.
For laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery or gastrectomy, the client can leave from the morning of the second day after the operation.
Regurgitation is caused by the small size of your new stomach, which can lead to heartburn and indigestion. These symptoms are completely normal. However, if the regurgitation persists beyond 6 months following your surgery, please consult your surgeon.