We all want to be beautiful, and that is a fact. We want to stop aging and just stay as youthful-looking as possible. We want to reshape, realign, and resize any body part that needs it. And with the modern science and technology the world has today, all this is possible. But what if the very thing you are depending on to improve your looks is the very thing that would make you look your worst? What do you do with botched plastic surgery and what can you do to prevent it from happening?
Botched plastic surgery: Why does it happen?
Potential plastic surgery complications and risks are always present, believe it or not. No reliable surgeon can ever say that they are 100% sure that there will be no adverse event or risk that can ever happen with your cosmetic procedure, even if it is just a simple, nonsurgical procedure. You can blame on a lot of factors – inexperience of the surgeon, your undetermined medical history, surgical material failure – all these can be reasons why you may have a botched plastic surgery.
Botched plastic surgery: How can you correct a botched plastic surgery?
Another procedure can only correct plastic surgery failure. The surgeon who would perform corrective surgery would depend on the reason for the complication itself. If it is your surgeon’s inexperience, you may want to seek medical help from a more credible surgeon. Otherwise, if your surgeon can justify that he is still reliable to correct that mishap, and you are still comfortable and confident of his care and expertise, then a second or third surgery may be scheduled under his care.
Botched plastic surgery: What can you do to prevent it?
To be honest, there is no telling if a complication will happen or not. Because it is always possible in any procedure, no matter how careful you and your surgeon are if it is bound to happen, then it will. But just the same, there is no harm in making sure that you try and prevent it from happening the best way you can. Here are some tips and advice in order to avoid these mishaps from occurring.
Do your homework. Research about the doctor and hospital, including their credentials and expertise. Make sure that they are certified to perform your plastic surgery procedure and that he has reputable experience and expertise in performing such treatment. Consider the location or establishment where your operation is to take place. Make sure that the hospital or clinic where your surgeon would perform your procedure is equipped with the necessary instruments and machines to efficiently and accurately carry out your treatment. And, in case of emergency, your surgeon may be able to utilise facilities that may save your life during critical mishaps or when complications occur during or after the surgery.
Be wary of low-cost surgery cost. Although we are not saying that all cheap surgery procedures would turn into botched plastic surgery, be extra careful about what they offer. Most establishments and practices that promise affordable surgical or nonsurgical treatment may be cutting corners and settling for substandard materials or locations to perform the procedure. Ensure your safety by studying the ins and outs of their packages, procedural costs, and other details concerning the surgery.
Ask questions. Your initial consultation should not be the only time you can ask questions. All throughout the procedure, you are entitled to ask necessary questions about the whole operation, whatever makes you feel comfortable and confident that your plastic surgery will run smoothly. Arm yourself with questions that test the expertise and knowledge of your surgeon, as well as clarify confusing factors of the surgery, so that you can be confident that you are safe from the very start up to your recovery period and discharge.