Women have breast augmentation surgery for many reasons. Some are simply not happy with the small breasts nature has given them. Others have asymmetrical breasts that they feel insecure about or they are unhappy with their breast after childbearing and breastfeeding. Still others seek out breast augmentation as reconstructive surgery after having breast cancer. Whatever their reason, there are several key factors that are important to remember leading up to the surgery. Here is what you need to know to prepare.
Two Weeks Prior To The Surgery
One Week Prior To The Surgery
On The Day Of The Surgery
Each doctor and facility has their own protocol they will give you to follow, but generally, take a shower with plain soap and water, shave, remove any piercings and jewelry, don't apply makeup or perfumes, and brush your teeth, being careful not to swallow any water. Your physician will provide more in-depth details, such as when to stop eating and drinking before surgery and which medications you may take.
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