Plastic surgery is becoming more common these days, with operations like nose jobs and facial lifts becoming almost routine in some major cities. These treatments do have a range of neurological and emotional advantages, but only if they are performed correctly. Also, even though the surgeon performs these operations flawlessly, there are always certain things to keep in mind after the operation, not the least of which is the need for post-surgery treatment. Outside in an emergency case where the treatment is reconstructive rather than cosmetic in nature, there are a few items that must be addressed before anything like this is ever considered.
The first thing to remember is that the surgery was performed in the first place. If the surgery is purely aesthetic and not intended to heal compromised tissue, plastic surgeons will sometimes refer the patient to a psychologist before proceeding. There are many explanations for this, one of which is to minimize the odds of conducting surgery to "perfect" someone's image on someone who is physically incapable of noticing the lack of defects. Plastic surgeons that are more ethical are willing to do operations only on patients who need them or who do not have a psychiatric condition that could create complications if surgery is performed. This, though, is just what must be done prior to going under the knife; what must occur afterward is an entirely different situation.
When it comes to post-surgery therapy, particularly with plastic surgery, there are a variety of factors to remember. In the case of liposuction, for example, a fixed number of days of reduced or managed food intake is normally needed. This is due to the fact that whatever was performed during the operation needs time to “stick.” Binge eating would not only wreak havoc on the liposuction procedure, but it can also have unintended consequences.
Before being discharged, surgeons will typically advise their patients of what needs to be done and what can be prevented. Since these protocols and restrictions were intended to make the body completely recover from whatever was performed, they must be followed almost faithfully. Yes, there is a healing period after the surgical operation, but the body needs more time to "settle." Any cosmetic surgical operations can also necessitate the administration of such Others are used to aid the body's acceptance of the changes, and some are used to alleviate negative effects including the discomfort.
Even where the treatment is reconstructive in nature, the steps to be taken thereafter apply. These types of surgical operations can be very painful, with a variety of treatments including the cutting of parts of the patient's body and the opening of channels into deeper cavities. At the end, these operations, and all types of surgery, take time for the body to completely heal.
There is no empathy.
Popular women (and men) who work in the beauty industry for the sole purpose of being successful, only to wake up and discover that all of the issues they choose to ignore when first told about them have come true do not merit sympathy. They are offered a lot, but they are not deserving of it.