Seduction Cosmetics Procedures

Pre-Operative Instructions:

Consult your doctor about whether you should discontinue taking regularly scheduled medication, herbal products or aspirin prior to surgery. If you are advised to continue taking your medication, you should take it with only a sip of water.

Please follow closely the entire information.


2 weeks Prior your Surgery:

  • Do not take any aspirin or any aspirin-containing products at least 7 days prior to your surgical procedure. This includes any anti-inflammatory medications. If you have any questions regarding this or any medication you are currently taking on a regular basis, please call our staff.
  • Do not take Ibuprofen or medicines that contain ibuprofen as it interferes with blood clotting.
  • Smoking must be stopped two weeks prior your surgery.
  • Stop taking herbal medication, all diet pills.
  • You should take a multivitamin each day and continue taking through your recovery.
  • If you have pain like headache you may take Tylenol or generic forms of this drug. Tylenol does not interfere with blood clotting.
  • *Any additional information would be providing by your surgeon or Surgery Coordinators.

     

    1 week prior your Surgery:

  • If you have been prescribed Coumadin or Warfarin, call the doctor and ask if is ok stop taking them.
  • Do not take or drink any alcohol or drugs for one week prior to surgery and 1 week after surgery. Drugs and alcohol can interfere with anesthesia and affect blood clotting.
  • Do not take any cough or cold medications without permission.
  • Medications such as aspirin, plavix, ticlid, ibuprophen (any antiplatelet or NSAID medication), or coumadin should be stopped at least 5 days before the procedure unless otherwise discussed with your surgeon.
  • *Any additional information would be providing by your surgeon or Surgery Coordinators.



    Night before surgery and Morning of Surgery.

    If your surgery is before 12:00 noon, do not eat or drink anything (including water) after midnight the night prior to your surgery. If your surgery is after 12:00 noon, do not eat or drink anything (including water) 10 hours prior to your surgery.

  • Remember not to eat or drink anything after midnight prior to your surgery, or as directed by your anesthesiologist. This includes water, breath mints and even chewing gum. Having food in your stomach can create a risk during surgery.
  • Consult your doctor about whether you should discontinue taking regularly scheduled medication, herbal products or aspirin prior to surgery. If you are advised to continue taking your medication, you should take it with only a sip of water.
  • Brush your teeth without swallowing
  • Do not wear contact lenses
  • Do not wear makeup and removal all colored nail polish.
  • If use denture remove them before surgery
  • Arrange for a responsible adult to drive you to and from our Center. You willnot be permitted to drive home after your surgery.
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