Having elective plastic surgery is pretty simple, right? It’s all elective so you really don’t have to do a whole lot of planning for it. It’s sort of like going away for a long weekend rather than a journey to another country. Just throw some things in a bag and hop in the car. No big deal, right? In a word: wrong!
First of all any surgery that is being done on you is major as far as you and your doctor are concerned. And like anything else, the better you prepare for this, the better things are likely to go. In fact, since the type of surgery that we are talking about is elective, many people try to expedite their recovery in order to minimize down time and time away from work. So, planning ahead for your surgery and recovery is essential to having things go as smoothly as possible.
That’s all well and good, but where do you turn for this type of information? Glad you asked. We now have created what you need: The Plastic Surgery Planner: Tips to Manage a Speedy Recovery. It’s our newest eBook which can be downloaded here and at plasticsurgeryplanner.com. It’s a free download.
With a lot of input from our office staff, and several patients who gave us in depth notes on their recovery process (thank you!), we came up with this easy-to-use guide for getting ready for and recovering from plastic surgery. There are 40 pages of tips on things that you wouldn’t think about beforehand. Simple things like what to wear to the surgery center, planning for your pets, putting your chargers for mobile devices next to your bed, making sure you have a full tank of gas in your car, and many more suggestions from helpful folks who have been there. We have also included a shopping list of products that you will want to have on hand to make things easy for you. Pretty much everything we can think of is in this one place.
We live in Big Orange country where everything is thought of in terms of football. So, if your surgery is the big game, this is your playbook. Like football, surgery is team sport involving you –our star player—your doctor, his staff, the surgery center and your family and caregivers. So share this book with the folks who will be taking care of you. It gets us all on the same page. That way we will end up with a big win at the end of the game.
All the best,