Frequently Asked Questions
Which examinations should be done before the surgery?
For surgeries done under topical anaesthesia the following blood examinations are necessary:
For surgeries done under general anaesthesia the following ADDITIONAL examinations are required:
For breast surgeries the following ADDITIONAL examinations are required:
Additional examinations possible upon the surgeon's request.
Is it necessary to vaccinate against jaundice?
Vaccination against Hepatitis B is NOT MANDATORY but RECOMMENDED for persons intending to undergo surgeries.
The vaccination is done according to one of two schedules:
More information is available at:
How does the breast augmentation surgery influence breast feeding?
Inserting breast implants under the mammary gland and pectoral muscle does not influence the ability of breast feeding.
The implant that is inserted through and incision in the crease under the breast does not get in contact with the mammary
gland which is naturally functioning during lactation.
Only if the implants are inserted through the periareolar incision, the mammary gland is scarred and breast feeding disabled.
A slight change of weight during pregnancy (10-15 kg) does not change the shape of the breasts augmentation with implants.
Is protruding ears correction suitable for children?
Protruding ears correction is usually done for teenagers and children. The best moment for a child is the time between going
to school and changing the background. The surgery is performed under general anaesthesia.
Local anaesthesia is used for older children and adults.
Is it possible to completely remove a scar?
Scars cannot be completely removed. Ugly-looking scars can be improved but it is not always worth the surgery or effective. Prior to the surgery a consultation is necessary and it can be scheduled via phone. Price of the surgery depends on the length of the scar, its location and the duration of the surgery.