This joint procedure is carried out by ISAPS accredited surgeons, where both the designated plastic surgeon and the designated recipient meet.
During the meeting you can discuss with your doctor the procedure of breast augmentation, through which you can find all the details and ask questions. Then, before surgery, we examine the shape, size and type of the most appropriate implant. You will have the opportunity to discuss this and the expectation that you can choose to pay the remaining amount and sign the approval forms.
After a number of simple tests that determine whether it is suitable for surgery from a medical point of view, it is exposed to general anesthesia.
The surgery lasts two to three hours, depending on your needs, and you need to stay overnight after the surgery to ensure that your doctor checks and changes the bandage at night.
The plastic surgeon will stay on the second and fourth days of the next few days, but on the second day you can leave the hospital in the hotel room. The hotel offers relaxing activities, whether traveling to Istanbul or Izmir – depending on which clinic you must experience the magic of Turkish cities.
After the fourth day, and after visiting the clinic, you will receive a full aftercare plan, including the medicines you take and other advice on drainage and clothing exchange. You can then decide if you want to fly home, where we get in touch with our doctors during the healing process, or stay in Turkey for a few days to enjoy the break.
If you find any side effects or risks in your home, you can contact a private clinic as part of the aftercare. Some risks of breast enlargement procedures:
• Bad healing
• Changes in breasts and nipples
• Capsule contract
• Leak or rupture of the implant
• Wrinkles of the breast
• Fluid Build-Up
• Blood clots
• Deep venous thrombosis or other heart and lung diseases
In the presence of risks, we do our best to perform the surgery professionally and carefully. If you have any medical disorder, you must notify the surgery before the procedure to ensure the safety of the procedure and not affect you or your health in the long run.