Common Mistakes Before Facial Plastic Surgery

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Congratulations, you have made the decision to undergo facial plastic surgery! Now what? If you are like most people, you probably have a long list of questions: How should I prepare for the procedure? What will the downtime be like? When will I see results? Although different procedures will have unique answers, there is some basic good advice that can be applied generally.

Orange County-based board-certified Dr. Alexis D. Furzeexplains that certain habits can influence how your body will respond to surgery and, ultimately, the outcome. To help ensure the best chance of success, it is best to avoid these pre-surgery mistakes:

In addition to fortifying your health, there are some additional details to keep in mind on the day of your surgery:

Facial plastic surgery can enhance your appearance and boost your confidence. Making some simple lifestyle adjustments will help reduce risks and make the experience more positive. If you would like to know more about how to prepare for your cosmetic surgery, contact Dr. Furze’s Newport Beach office and schedule a private consultation with him.

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