The decision to have cosmetic surgery is not always an easy one. There are many things to consider: is it the right time, or the right clinic? Can you afford to take time out? Are you in good enough health? At Mr Sudip Ghosh’s Milton Keynes cosmetic surgery clinic patients are encouraged to discuss any concerns they have – and it is not uncommon to find beneath the niggling doubts lurk some undeniable fears
“I’m not good with pain…”
In the hands of a skilled and experienced surgeon and clinic that has met all the Care Quality Council’s standards, your cosmetic surgery experience should not be a painful one. There will be discomfort in the immediate aftermath of the procedure, the extent of which will depend on the invasiveness of the procedure itself. Mr Ghosh explains to his patients at the consultation stage what they should expect after surgery, and describes how discomfort – and any pain that may also occur – is managed with painkillers and other treatments such as cold compresses to bring down the post-op swelling.
“Will I regret it?”
Most people presenting at Mr Ghosh’s clinic in Milton Keynes will have spent many years desiring to make a certain change; for some, however, there is doubting voice in their mind suggesting they may like that particular feature even less after surgery. Firstly, you must be clear with yourself about why you are having cosmetic surgery and what you hope to achieve; are your expectations realistic? Do you know exactly what you want to change – and what are you expecting to be different? Secondly, place yourself in the care of a surgeon with proven skill. If your surgeon is a member of a prestigious professional body such as BAAPS or BAPRAS then you can feel sure their skills are up to the minute, and that they have a good safety record.Leave a reply