Why do some women heal much quicker and easier than others after breast augmentation surgery?

One of the things that sets Dr. Islur’s practice apart from other surgeons is that he has developed an excellent protocol for breast augmentation recovery.

Here are our Top 3 Speedy Recovery Tips:

1. Hydrate And Rest Well Before Your Breast Augmentation

We encourage you to be well-hydrated and well-rested before your breast augmentation surgery. If you are fatigued and dehydrated, you may experience an unnecessary, prolonged recovery.

If you are a smoker and have considered quitting — this is a perfect time to quit! Dr. Islur does not want you to smoke 2 weeks before or 2 weeks after your surgery.

Why? Because one single drag of cigarette smoke limits blood flow and oxygen to the surgical site which means that you will not heal as well or as easily as non-smokers.

Living a healthy lifestyle before and after your breast augmentation can dramatically improve your results.

2. Limited Surgical Time

Dr. Islur performs advanced breast augmentation techniques efficiently. Dr. Islur’s advanced training in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery allows him to complete breast augmentation quickly — this means that your body will have less exposure to general anesthetic during surgery and less exposure to pain medications after surgery that can cause you to become nauseated and constipated.

3. Follow Your Post Operative Care Instructions

The benefit to Dr. Islur’s breast augmentation patients is that there is not going to be a significant amount of downtime in your life.

Dr. Islur is going to give you a detailed list of activities that he wants you to do after your surgery, follow the instructions carefully. Those who do are the happiest and end up with the most beautiful results.

Whether you’d like to book your breast augmentation surgery or you’re just getting started with your research, we’re ready to help.

Don’t miss out on your preferred surgery date, call us @ 204.885.1569 to reserve your consultation with Dr. Islur today.