Plastic Surgery in Turkey, Cosmetic surgery is a type of plastic surgery that aims to improve a person’s appearance, but it should be approached with caution.
Cosmetic surgery continues to grow in popularity along with people choosing to have surgery abroad. We at Ephesus Aesthetic make this possible by facilitating and planning your surgery liaising with the Dr and medical team for you.
Procedures are available for almost any part of the body, but the choice to undergo cosmetic surgery should not be taken lightly.
The results are often permanent, Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery in Turkey,so it is important to be sure about the decision, to use an appropriate practitioner, and to have the right motivation.
A variety of aesthetic procedures is available for different parts of the body.
Anyone who is considering cosmetic surgery should stop smoking or using any tobacco products several months prior to any procedures, as they can interfere with wound healing.
A range of cosmetic surgery procedures aim to improve appearance.
Choosing a surgeon
People who are considering cosmetic surgery need to weigh up the options carefully before going ahead.
Here are some tips:
Get full information about the procedure and Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery in Turkey weigh up all the pros and cons beforehand.
Choose the right moment, avoiding, for example,
the time around a stressful event, such as changing jobs, bereavement, having a baby, or moving house.
Never seek cosmetic surgery to please or impress anyone else.
Plastic Surgery in Turkey
Please arrange your ‘elective surgery’ medical insurance prior to travelling to Turkey. This is done by companies such as Medical Shield. Normal travel insurance will not cover you.
All surgery has a risk of complications, however small, such as blood clots, infection, please discuss these with your medical team.
Our surgeon and we at Ephesus Aesthetic urges people to seek medical attention at once if they notice any of the following symptoms during or shortly after surgery
- unusual pain
- visual disturbances
- white skin near an injection site
- signs of stroke