Recovery From Plastic Surgery
Clinichub Recovery House has an internationally accredited team that works 24/7 to meet your healthcare needs. Our professional nurses and English Speaker patient coordinators will provide all the information to you. So, you can feel more relaxed and comfortable during your stay at the Recovery House avoiding the chaotic atmosphere of hospitals and hotels. Additionally, we carefully prepared the patient guidelines for your precious patients with our physicians and surgeons. All instructions will minimize the risk of emerging complications and assure that your recovery period goes stress-free.
Preparation Time For The Surgery
Preparation for the surgery is also as significant as the aftercare process. So, you want to assure that your recovery and surgery processes are unproblematic. We are here to assist you also before your surgery with our personalized caring. Our team will coordinate your consultations regarding your procedure, dressing changes, length of stay, pain management, transportation to the hospital. You will be transferred from the Recovery House to the hospital on the day of your surgery in the morning or the nights before around midnight point.
Clinichub surgeons prepare pre-surgical instructions which can help to pass your recovery period smoothly.
2-3 Days Before the Surgery
Taking multivitamins is not necessarily needed. We recommend you maintain a healthy diet instead of taking external pills such as multivitamin pills, effervescent tablets of minerals and vitamins. These aforementioned supplements are salt based and can cause your post-op swelling to last more than 2-3 days.
- You should eat a salt-free diet prior 2-3 days to your surgery and after 2-3 days of your surgery to help minimize oedema.
- You should not smoke prior one week and after one week of the surgery.
- You should not consume alcohol prior one week and after one week of the surgery.
- You should not take any blood thinning medications prior 2 days to your surgery and on your surgery day.
24 Hours Before the Surgery
- You should not eat or drink anything after midnight of the day before your surgery.
- Remove fake nails, nail polish, fake eyelashes, fake hair, any jewellers and any piercing.
- Cut your nails. (This is to avoid infection)
- If you wish to keep your piercings, please replace them with plastic retainers before your surgery.
Healing Process After The Surgery
A postoperative visit with our surgeon and one of our specialist nurses will be scheduled prior to your departure. During this visit, all postoperative details will be discussed and scheduled. All postoperative recovery tapes and dressings will also be provided to you.
Nutrition After The Surgery
As Clinichub Recovery House, we are proud to offer nutritious and well-balanced meals, drinks, snacks to our precious guests. We serve you 3 main meals and 2 snacks daily at the dining area. To alleviate your postoperative symptoms such as swelling and inflammation, your meals are prepared using only organic and seasonal products and are cooked using only healthy cooking methods. In addition to that, we provide our special detox water, herbal tea varieties and alkali water in our kitchen area.
Clinichub surgeons prepare post-surgical instructions which can help to pass your recovery period smoothly.
- You are requested not to swim and not to have a bath for 1 month after your surgery.
- The temperature of water for showering purposes should not be too hot as it can possibly cause infections. The water is suggested to be mild in terms of temperature.
- You should use your surgery garments for as long as you are recommended so, for the best results.
- No heavy sports, heavy lifting or running for 2 weeks of time after your surgery. On the other hand, you are also requested not to be completely inactive and immobilized after your surgery.
- It is recommended for you to have short walks regularly to help with the blood circulation and to keep the metabolic rate high.
Please Ask If You Have These Symptoms Below:
- Severe pain
- Feeling unconscious
- Difficulty in breathing