Aesthetic Operations

Aesthetic Operations


  1. What is thighplasty?

Thighplasty is an operation that is performed to straighten the leg skin, which is sagging especially in patients who lose weight. Thus, the patients will have firmer legs.

  1. Thighplasty is applied to which patients?

Although the lipids are lost in the legs of the patients who lose weight, unfortunately the skin remains the same and starts to sag. Especially in patients with poor collagen structure, in elderly patients and obese patients, sagging becomes even more visible after weight loss. It can be applied to the patients who were obese and who lose weight with or without surgery and who have sagging leg skin as a result and the patients who have sagging leg skin due to age.

  1. Do diseases such as diabetes, asthma, blood pressure prevent Thighplasty?

Although these diseases may adversely affect wound healing, they do not interfere with surgery if treatment is appropriately performed.

  1. How to prepare before Thighplasty? Which examinations are done?

First, the following tests and examinations are applied to each patient before surgery

  1. Blood biochemistry tests
  2. Hemogram
  3. Hepatitis tests
  4. Whole leg ultrasound
  5. EKG (Cardiac radiography)
  6. Chest radiography

After these tests Anesthesia, Internal Medicine, Cardiology and Chest Diseases perform necessary examinations and investigations. Relevant specialists will make recommendations about pre-operative treatments if necessary. Thus, the problems that may arise during and after the surgery are reduced to the minimum.

  1. How is Thighplasty performed?

The entire procedure is performed under general anesthesia. An incision of about 15-20 cm is made from the inside of the legs to inside of the knee. Excess leg skin is removed and the ends are sewn again with aesthetic sutures. The skin is aesthetically re-sutured by putting drains called hemovac in order to get the fluids that accumulate under the skin. The leg is closed with elastic bandage.

  1. Why is blood thinner used in Thighplasty?

During each surgery, there is a possibility of blocking blood vessels with intravascular blood clots. This can lead to serious problems when it is a vessel that feeds vital organs such as the heart, lungs and brain. As the weight of the patients increases, the risk of embolism increases. There is a high possibility of embolism (blood clot), especially in overweight patients. Because of this, blood thinner is given to these patients.

  1. Will there be pain after Thighplasty?

There is very little pain after Thighplasty intervention. Still, the phrase “she/he had a surgery, of course there will be pain” is extremely wrong. No patient should feel pain in the 21st century. Pain is completely avoided by administering post-operative analgesic to each patient. The important point here is this: Pain threshold of each person is different. Again, drug tolerance and bioavailability from the drug are different. Therefore, treatment cannot be standard. The pain relief treatment should be regulated separately depending on the needs of each patient.

  1. Will there be a scar after Thighplasty?

Since the incisions are aesthetically sutured, the aesthetic results are also fairly good. Since the scar is on the inside of the legs, it remains as a thin line that will not be noticed from outside during normal posture. After a few months, these lines will become almost invisible. After the wound heals, you will be recommended a cream for less scar appearance. You will get much better aesthetic results if you use it for three months.

  1. When does nutrition start after Thighplasty?

Nutrition can be started on the evening of the surgery.

  1. Is it possible to get up and go back to work immediately after Thighplasty?

It is possible to stand up in the evening of the surgery. In a week, you can go out and do your daily work. It is best to wait for a month to return to work.

  1. When are the stitches removed after Thighplasty?

It is not necessary to take the stitches as dissolvable stitches are frequently used. If a non-dissolvable stitch is used for a different reason, the stitch is checked and removed when you arrive for a follow-up on the tenth day.

  1. When can you have a shower after Thighplasty?

You can take a shower when you’re out of the hospital. There is no problem with the sutures getting open and wet. After showering, dry with a clean towel, apply batticon on the sutures and wait for them to dry. Batticon does not cause permanent stain in your clothes. There is no need to use batticon after the tenth day.


  1. What is Abdominoplasty?

Abdominoplasty is a surgery to flatten the abdominal skin that sags especially in patients who lose weight. Thus, patients have a flatter abdomen.

  1. Abdominoplasty is applied to which patients?

Although the lipids are lost in the belly of the patients who lose weight, the skin remains the same and starts to sag. Especially in patients with poor collagen structure, in elderly patients and obese patients, sagging becomes even more visible after weight loss. It can be applied to the patients who were obese and who lose weight with or without surgery and who have sagging abdominal skin as a result and the patients who have sagging abdominal skin due to age.

  1. Do diseases such as diabetes, asthma, blood pressure prevent Abdominoplasty?

Although these diseases may adversely affect wound healing, they do not interfere with surgery if treatment is appropriately performed.

  1. How to prepare before Abdominoplasty? Which examinations are done?

First, the following tests and examinations are applied to each patient before surgery

  1. Blood biochemistry tests
  2. Hemogram
  3. Hepatitis tests
  4. Whole abdominal ultrasound
  5. EKG (Cardiac radiography)
  6. Chest radiography

After these tests Anesthesia, Internal Medicine, Cardiology and Chest Diseases perform necessary examinations and investigations. Relevant specialists will make recommendations about pre-operative treatments if necessary. Thus, the problems that may arise during and after the surgery are reduced to the minimum.

  1. How is Abdominoplasty performed?

The entire procedure is performed under general anesthesia. An incision is made from under the abdomen just beneath the underwear line extending to the sides. The skin is separated from the muscle along with the underlying fat tissue to the ribs. The umbilicus is separated from the skin. Thus, the skin in the umbilicus level is pulled down to the inguinal level. Excess skin is cut off. The umbilicus is re-prepared and sutured here. The skin is aesthetically re-sutured by putting drains called hemovac in order to get the fluids that accumulate under the skin. The abdomen is closed with elastic bandage.

  1. Why is blood thinner used in Abdominoplasty?

During each surgery, there is a possibility of blocking blood vessels with intravascular blood clots. This can lead to serious problems when it is a vessel that feeds vital organs such as the heart, lungs and brain. As the weight of the patients increases, the risk of embolism increases. There is a high possibility of embolism (blood clot), especially in overweight patients. Because of this, blood thinner is given to these patients.

  1. Will there be pain after Abdominoplasty?

There is very little pain after Abdominoplasty intervention. Still, the phrase “she/he had a surgery, of course there will be pain” is extremely wrong. No patient should feel pain in the 21st century. Pain is completely avoided by administering post-operative analgesic to each patient. The important point here is this: Pain threshold of each person is different. Again, drug tolerance and bioavailability from the drug are different. Therefore, treatment cannot be standard. The pain relief treatment should be regulated separately depending on the needs of each patient.

  1. Will there be a scar after Abdominoplasty?

Since the incisions are aesthetically sutured, the aesthetic results are also fairly good. A scar of a thin line remains in the underwear line. After a few months, this line will become almost invisible. After the wound heals, you will be recommended a cream for less scar appearance. You will get much better aesthetic results if you use it for three months.

  1. When does nutrition start after Abdominoplasty?

Nutrition can be started on the evening of the surgery.

  1. Is it possible to get up and go back to work immediately after the surgery?

It is possible to stand up in the evening of the surgery. In a week, you can go out and do your daily work. It is best to wait for a month to return to work.

  1. When are the stitches removed after Abdominoplasty?

It is not necessary to take the stitches as dissolvable stitches are frequently used. If a non-dissolvable stitch is used for a different reason, the stitch is checked and removed when you arrive for a follow-up on the tenth day.

  1. When can you have a shower after Abdominoplasty?

You can take a shower when you’re out of the hospital. There is no problem with the sutures getting open and wet. After showering, dry with a clean towel, apply batticon on the sutures and wait for them to dry. Batticon does not cause permanent stain in your clothes. There is no need to use batticon after the tenth day.


  1. What is Brachioplasty?

Brachioplasty is an operation that is performed to straighten the arm skin, which is sagging especially in patients who lose weight. Thus, the patients will have firmer arms.

  1. Brachioplasty is applied to which patients?

Although the lipids are lost in the arms of the patients who lose weight, unfortunately the skin remains the same and starts to sag. Especially in patients with poor collagen structure, in elderly patients and obese patients, sagging becomes even more visible after weight loss. It can be applied to the patients who were obese and who lose weight with or without surgery and who have sagging arm skin as a result and the patients who have sagging arm skin due to age.

  1. Do diseases such as diabetes, asthma, blood pressure prevent brachioplasty?

Although these diseases may adversely affect wound healing, they do not interfere with surgery if treatment is appropriately performed.

  1. How to prepare before Brachioplasty? Which examinations are done?

First, the following tests and examinations are applied to each patient before surgery

  1. Blood biochemistry tests
  2. Hemogram
  3. Hepatitis tests
  4. Whole arm ultrasound
  5. EKG (Cardiac radiography)
  6. Chest radiography

After these tests Anesthesia, Internal Medicine, Cardiology and Chest Diseases perform necessary examinations and investigations. Relevant specialists will make recommendations about pre-operative treatments if necessary. Thus, the problems that may arise during and after the surgery are reduced to the minimum.

  1. How is brachioplasty performed?

The entire procedure is performed under general anesthesia. An incision of about 15 cm is made on the inside of the arms from the armpit to the elbow. Excess arm skin is removed and the ends are sewn again with aesthetic sutures. The skin is aesthetically re-sutured by putting drains called hemovac in order to get the fluids that accumulate under the skin. The arm is closed with elastic bandage.

  1. Why is blood thinner used in brachioplasty?

During each surgery, there is a possibility of blocking blood vessels with intravascular blood clots. This can lead to serious problems when it is a vessel that feeds vital organs such as the heart, lungs and brain. As the weight of the patients increases, the risk of embolism increases. There is a high possibility of embolism (blood clot), especially in overweight patients. Because of this, blood thinner is given to these patients.

  1. Will there be pain after brachioplasty?

There is very little pain after brachioplasty intervention. Still, the phrase “she/he had a surgery, of course there will be pain” is extremely wrong. No patient should feel pain in the 21st century. Pain is completely avoided by administering post-operative analgesic to each patient. The important point here is this: Pain threshold of each person is different. Again, drug tolerance and bioavailability from the drug are different. Therefore, treatment cannot be standard. The pain relief treatment should be regulated separately depending on the needs of each patient.

  1. Will there be a scar after brachioplasty?

Since the incisions are aesthetically sutured, the aesthetic results are also fairly good. Since the scar starts from the armpit and extends downward on the inner face of the arm, it remains a thin line that will not be noticed from outside during normal posture. After a few months, these lines will become almost invisible. After the wound heals, you will be recommended a cream for less scar appearance. You will get much better aesthetic results if you use it for three months.

  1. When does nutrition start after brachioplasty?

Nutrition can be started on the evening of the surgery.

  1. Is it possible to get up and go back to work immediately after the surgery?

It is possible to stand up in the evening of the surgery. In a week, you can go out and do your daily work. It is best to wait for a month to return to work.

  1. When are the stitches removed after brachioplasty?

It is not necessary to take the stitches as dissolvable stitches are frequently used. If a non-dissolvable stitch is used for a different reason, the stitch is checked and removed when you arrive for a follow-up on the tenth day.

  1. When can you have a shower after brachioplasty?

You can take a shower when you’re out of the hospital. There is no problem with the sutures getting open and wet. After showering, dry with a clean towel, apply batticon on the sutures and wait for them to dry. Batticon does not cause permanent stain in your clothes. There is no need to use batticon after the tenth day.


  1. What is Breast Reduction – mastopexy surgery? It is applied to which patients?

Breast reduction is a surgery to reduce breast volume in patients with excess breast volume. Mastopexy is also performed concurrently because the breast sagging occurs in these patients at the same time. Sometimes, even if the breast is not large, especially in patients who lose weight, the breast may sag to a size which disturbs the patient. In these patients, only the excess skin of the breast is removed and the mastopexy is performed.

  1. Do diseases such as diabetes, asthma, blood pressure prevent breast reduction surgery?

Although these diseases may adversely affect wound healing, they do not interfere with surgery if treatment is appropriately performed.

  1. How to prepare before breast reduction surgery? Which examinations are done?

First, the following tests and examinations are applied to each patient before surgery

  1. Blood biochemistry tests
  2. Hemogram
  3. Hepatitis tests
  4. Whole Breast ultrasound
  5. EKG (Cardiac radiography)
  6. Chest radiography

After these tests Anesthesia, Internal Medicine, Cardiology and Chest Diseases perform necessary examinations and investigations. Relevant specialists will make recommendations about pre-operative treatments if necessary. Thus, the problems that may arise during and after the surgery are reduced to the minimum.

  1. How is the breast reduction surgery performed?

The entire procedure is performed under general anesthesia. The breast skin is released with an incision made from the lower part of the breast. The nipple is then released by separating from the surrounding area. If breast reduction is also performed, the necessary amount of lipid in the breast is removed. A new place is prepared for the nipple above the breast skin. The excess of skin is removed. Nipple is sutured to its new place. Then the skin is aesthetically closed again. The process is terminated by wrapping the breast with elastic bandage.

  1. Why is blood thinner used in breast reduction surgery?

During each surgery, there is a possibility of blocking blood vessels with intravascular blood clots. This can lead to serious problems when it is a vessel that feeds vital organs such as the heart, lungs and brain. As the weight of the patients increases, the risk of embolism increases. There is a high possibility of embolism (blood clot), especially in overweight patients. Because of this, blood thinner is given to these patients.

  1. Will there be pain after breast reduction surgery?

There is very little pain after breast reduction surgery intervention. Still, the phrase “she/he had a surgery, of course there will be pain” is extremely wrong. No patient should feel pain in the 21st century. Pain is completely avoided by administering post-operative analgesic to each patient. The important point here is this: Pain threshold of each person is different. Again, drug tolerance and bioavailability from the drug are different. Therefore, treatment cannot be standard. The pain relief treatment should be regulated separately depending on the needs of each patient.

  1. Will there be a scar after breast reduction surgery?

Since the incisions are aesthetically sutured, the aesthetic results are also fairly good. The incisions usually remain in the invisible part of the breast down the nipple and remain under the breast, leaving a thin line that will not be noticed from outside during normal posture. After a few months, these lines will become almost invisible. After the wound heals, you will be recommended a cream for less scar appearance. You will get much better aesthetic results if you use it for three months.

  1. When does nutrition start after breast reduction surgery?

Nutrition can be started on the evening of the surgery.

  1. Is it possible to get up and go back to work immediately after breast reduction surgery?

It is possible to stand up in the evening of the surgery. In a week, you can go out and do your daily work. It is best to wait for a month to return to work.

  1. When are the stitches removed after breast reduction surgery?

It is not necessary to take the stitches as dissolvable stitches are frequently used. If a non-dissolvable stitch is used for a different reason, the stitch is checked and removed when you arrive for a follow-up on the tenth day.

  1. When can you have a shower after breast reduction surgery?

You can take a shower when you’re out of the hospital. There is no problem with the sutures getting open and wet. After showering, dry with a clean towel, apply batticon on the sutures and wait for them to dry. Batticon does not cause permanent stain in your clothes. There is no need to use batticon after the tenth day.

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