250 Dixie Boulevard, #103, Delray Beach, FL 33444
At Delray Beach Plastic Surgery, our team is standing by to answer any questions you may have before, during and after your procedure.
Our patient coordinators can only give an accurate cost after the surgeon has consulted with an individual patient. Once a diagnosis has been established and an individualized surgical plan has been developed, our patient coordinator can give an exact quote. You can visit these websites for national averages on surgical fees.
Most patients require 10-14 days to recover and resume light physical activity.
You must stop taking any blood-thinning medication (i.e. aspirin, ibuprofen, coumadin, Plavix) for two weeks before surgery. A comprehensive list of medications to avoid is given to all surgical patients. Prior to discontinuing any prescribed medication, you must consult with your prescribing physician.
Yes, for two to three weeks before AND after your surgery, you must stop smoking in addition to taking nicotine replacements.
No, you must have a responsible caretaker with you after your surgery for a minimum of 24 hours.
Your doctor will want to see you the next day after your surgery. Subsequent appointments will be determined on what type of surgery you had and how you are healing.
This varies depending on what type of surgery you have, and can be anywhere from five to 12 days.
Yes, all surgery creates a scar. However, plastic surgeons are trained to place scars in inconspicuous places.
Plastic surgery performed for cosmetic reasons is not covered by insurance.
Your surgery can be done in our office-based surgery center or at a nearby hospital, depending on your health and personal preference.