While it’s perfectly normal to be excited about your opens in a new windowbreast implant results, your procedure is only the first step to enjoying your new figure. To ensure that you get the best possible outcome from your procedure, keep these three recovery tips in mind:
Let Yourself Rest
During your recovery, the last thing you’ll want (or be able) to do is attend a bunch of functions and activities that demand your attention. Reschedule any events on your calendar to give yourself at least a week of uninterrupted rest. Surgery can be tough on your body, so give yourself a break and take the time you need to recovery fully.
Cook In Advance
And speaking of things that are easier said than done while in recovery, cooking meals during your breast implant recovery might be tougher than you realize. Prepare plenty of nutritious meals ahead of time so you won’t have to worry about slaving away over a hot stove. Your body will need lots of nourishment while you’re healing, and prepackaged meals and snack foods definitely won’t cut it. Freeze your meals ahead of time to give yourself easy options while your body is on the road to recovery.
Build Your Recovery Station
The last step of making sure you have a comfortable recovery is creating the perfect rest area for yourself. Make sure you have easy access to water to stay hydrated, whatever medications you’re currently taking and any entertainment options to help keep yourself occupied. The goal here is to create a recovery station that gives you everything you need to remain comfortable and happy without having to move around too much.
Dr. Scot Martin concentrates on breast enhancement and body contouring at his practice in Las Cruces, New Mexico. A nationally recognized plastic surgeon, Dr. Martin is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
He looks forward to meeting you and helping you become the best version of yourself possible.