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Medicterrean Schönheits-Op in der Türkei
  • How long should the compression garment be worn after a tummy tuck?
    The Mider should be worn for up to six weeks after a tummy tuck. The medical compression stabilizes and supports the treated tissue.
  • How long can I not work after a tummy tuck?
    Office work can be resumed after one to two weeks, for physically demanding work only after 4 weeks.
  • How long can I not lift after a tummy tuck?
    Up to three months after the procedure, you should avoid lifting and carrying heavy things, otherwise the seam in the abdominal wall could open. If you have children, remember that they will not be able to lift or carry them for the next 6-8 weeks.
  • How long can breast implants stay in the body?
    Breast implants can remain in the body for many years without any problems as long as they are intact and have not led to complications such as capsular contracture from a medical point of view.
  • How long am I not allowed to work after breast surgery?
    Office work can be resumed after one to two weeks. However, heavy physical exertion such as heavy lifting or carrying should be avoided for at least six weeks.
  • How long should you not lift after breast surgery?
    For up to six weeks after the procedure, no more than a 10 kg load should be lifted. If you have children, remember that they will not be able to lift or carry them for the next 3-4 weeks.< /p>
  • How long should the compression garment be worn after liposuction?
    The Mider should be worn for up to 6-8 weeks after the procedure. The medical compression stabilizes and supports the treated tissue, and it also helps to heal faster.
  • How long can I not work after liposuction?
    Office work can usually be resumed after a few days, with physically demanding work only after one to two weeks.
  • How long is swollen after liposuction?
    After liposuction, it is normal to experience pain, swelling and bruising. However, these usually go away completely within three months. However, until the healing is complete, it can usually take several months to a year.
  • Are dental implants used on an outpatient basis?
    Yes. Multiple implants can also be placed easily, under local anesthesia and in a single session.
  • When can I go back to work after dental treatment?
    The very next day you can start your everyday life as normal. Work is also possible after just 2 days without any problems
  • When and how are the teeth placed on the implant?
    Should no complications occur, the implants in the upper jaw will have grown firmly into the bone after about six weeks and in the lower jaw after about three months. After this time we can then put on the dental crowns.
  • Will I be without teeth during the treatment and in the healing phase?
    No. If you previously had a removable denture, there is usually the possibility that you can continue to wear it after a small adjustment. However, if you did not previously have removable dentures, the gap can always be closed with a temporary denture. Under certain conditions, it can sometimes even be attached to the implants immediately. There are very high-quality solutions for these so-called long-term temporary restorations, which hardly differ from your final tooth crowns and your natural teeth.
  • Are there diseases that rule out implantation?"
    No, usually not. Patients who suffer from a serious general illness such as cardiovascular disease, severe kidney damage, an increased tendency to bleed or a weakened immune system should still inform us about it. Side effects of medication can affect the healing process.
  • What happens if you lose your own tooth, which is integrated into the denture as a pillar?"
    If a tooth has to be removed, for example due to a root infection, it can usually be replaced with another implant without any problems. The support and possibly also the prosthesis are then modified accordingly.
  • Will metal detectors (airport) hit my implant?
    No. Dental implants are not magnetic and are far too small to trigger a response from the detectors. Should there be a beep, our patients receive an implant pass so that the situation can be clarified quickly and discreetly
  • Can I bite and eat normally with implant-supported dentures?
    Regardless of which implant-supported solution you choose: Eating, drinking and biting into the apple are no problem. Our dentures hardly differ from real teeth in terms of functionality and stability.
  • Do implant-supported teeth feel like my own or do I have a foreign body sensation?
    You won't feel any difference.
  • How long does a dental implant last?
    The implants will last a lifetime. But here, too, various factors are decisive, such as: quality, diseases, etc
  • Is there a risk of hair loss again after hair transplantation?
    The head goes through several steps after hair transplantation.One of these stages will also be affected by hair loss (temporary). After 2-4 weeks, more hair will fall out. This is a completely natural step in the healing process and is related to the hair transplant method. Removing and replanting the hair has put a lot of strain on the hair roots, which is why they temporarily stop producing hair fibers. After the hair roots have recovered, they will produce new hair fibers and the hair will grow.
  • How long does the FUE transplant take to heal
    Because everyone is different, the healing process varies from person to person. Most people notice significant progressive healing within 10-14 days. Redness that sometimes occurs disappears quickly.
  • Is there a minimum age recommended for a hair transplant?
    A minimum age has not been set, but prior to treatment, a precise investigation into the causes of hair loss should be carried out in order to be able to make an accurate diagnosis of the clinical picture. In the case of hereditary hair loss, it is important to clarify the course of hair loss through a family history. For this purpose, the course of hair loss in close relatives should be considered, since a hair transplant too early could prove to be extremely disruptive.
  • Is it possible to carry out a hair transplant with foreign hair?
    We can only harvest hair follicles from the patient, as foreign transplants would be rejected by the patient's own immune system.
  • Is a hair transplant feasible for everyone?
    Anyone can have a hair transplant. However, as a basis for the procedure, a sufficient amount of hair grafts should be available so that the bald spots can be covered with them. In order to be able to realistically assess the chances of success, the cause of the hair loss is analyzed in a detailed examination.
  • Does the result of a hair transplant look natural?
    Our doctors do not set straight lines for planting on the forehead line, but leave slight irregularities in the alignment of the grafts. These irregularities make the hair look natural. Extra fine hair is selected for this purpose, which is transplanted in a front line. To avoid clumps of hair, the transplanted hair is distributed evenly over the scalp.
  • Can a hair transplant be painful?
    Due to the local anesthetic during the treatment, no pain is felt. Because the patient is fully conscious during the treatment, you can respond to their condition immediately. During the procedure, the doctor asks the patient about their condition and doses the painkillers as needed and according to the pain sensation.
  • How long does the hair transplant procedure take?
    Depending on the number of hairs to be transplanted, the duration of the procedure varies between 3 and 8 hours. In between there will be short breaks, during which you will also get something to eat and drink. Smoking is prohibited during the operation! Hair transplantation is often performed in two or three treatments. The collection of the donor hair can take between 30 minutes and 2 hours. Under the microscope, the hairs are carefully sorted according to the number of roots. Most of the time is spent inserting the grafts.
  • Is the harvesting of the grafts visible at the harvesting site?
    Due to the tissue-friendly design and the discreetly placed incisions, the removal points of the transplants are only minimally visible later on with short hair. With longer hair, they disappear under the hairstyle.
  • Can scars remain after a hair transplant?
    The extraction points appear as microdots, which can hardly be made visible even through a magnifying glass. This means that there are no clearly visible scars after the hair transplant has been carried out.
  • What should be considered after a hair transplant?
    The micro-fine areas grow over by themselves after the selective removal of the donor hair. After just 3 days you can wash your hair again and after 7 days you can do sports again without restrictions.
  • How long should I take time off?
    We recommend two weeks, but six is better if you don't want anyone to get suspicious. Depending on the size of the intervention, it can also be less. After the operation, the face swells for several days and bruises are also possible.
  • Does it happen that transplanted hair falls out again?"
    Only hair is removed from the area of the head that is genetically programmed to be resistant to hair loss. The transplanted hair is therefore not affected by hair loss after the procedure due to its cell-related, healthy system. After the transplantation, it is possible that the hair will fall out for a short time. However, the hair roots of the hair have grown inside the scalp and are producing new hair.
  • When will the end result of the performed hair transplant be visible?
    The final result will be visible after about 11 months. Over time, the hair will fall out from time to time and grow back regenerated. This is completely normal and nothing to worry about.
  • What does medicine mean by stomach reduction?
    A stomach reduction surgery removes up to 90% of the stomach, limiting the amount of food you can eat. In the case of severely obese people, the weight is reduced and also stabilized in the long term. This is the last option if changes in diet, diet and other medications do not help.
  • For whom is a gastric sleeve suitable?
    Should several attempts at a diet have failed, a gastric sleeve operation can be a sensible intervention for you. The prerequisite for this is that you have a body mass index of 40 kg/m² or more and are between 18 and 65 years old. In the case of concomitant diseases such as diabetes, which would improve with successful weight loss, our surgeons can also carry out the procedure consider from a body mass index of 35 kg/m². If you suffer from reflux symptoms such as acid reflux and heartburn, the gastric sleeve is also not suitable for you, as your symptoms could worsen further.
  • What do I have to consider before the operation?
    Before surgery can be considered, you must already have lost some weight. A change in diet is extremely important. We often recommend a protein-rich diet and cutting back on carbohydrate-rich food in the period before the operation, which will also help you lose weight before the operation. Since the operation takes place under general anesthesia, you must be sober at the time the anesthesia is induced. In addition, you must not have an acute infection, otherwise the risk of complications is increased. You should refrain from smoking and anticoagulant medication, such as aspirin, Plavix, ASA, Thrombo ASA or Marcoumar, about 14 days before the operation. We will let you know exactly what to do in your case after we have received all the information we need.
  • How is the gastric sleeve operation performed?
    The surgeon forms the gastric sleeve by severing your stomach lengthways and closing it with micro-clips at the same time. Then he removes about 2/3 of the stomach, leaving a tubular remnant with a small reservoir at the stomach outlet. The doctor performs this procedure laparoscopically using the so-called keyhole technique through 3 holes of about 5mm in size. To get a better overview, he fills his abdomen with CO2 gas. During the operation, the pylorus and its innervation are not damaged, which is why your stomach can continue to empty into the duodenum.
  • What do I have to consider after the treatment?
    For up to 2 weeks you can only eat passed or liquid food. You will receive a nutrition plan from us for step-by-step nutrition. After the first few weeks, you should eat about five to seven small meals throughout the day. In order to avoid setbacks and renewed weight gain, you should radically change your diet and lifestyle by now at the latest. In concrete terms, this means: healthy and varied food as well as lots of exercise and sport.
  • Can the gastric sleeve be reversed?
    No, the gastric sleeve is irreversible.
  • Is the procedure (rhinoplasty) performed under local or general anesthesia?
    Nose corrections are only performed under general anesthesia.
  • From what age can a nose correction be performed?
    Most often, the age limit is set from 18 years of age. Due to the lower skin and cartilage elasticity, a nose correction after the age of 60 is associated with more risks and fewer chances of success.
  • “open” or “closed” rhinoplasty surgery
    This is the surgical approach. With the "closed" approach, the operation is performed through the nostrils. Although some surgeons prefer the closed approach, as this avoids a possible visible scar, the visualization of the nasal structures is significantly more limited, so that some modern surgical techniques cannot be used. That is why more and more surgeons are making the incision on the bridge of the nose with a length of 5-6 mm in order to have a complete overview of the entire surgical field. The complete overview of the nasal structures enables special surgical precision in difficult or previously operated noses.
  • What do I have to do without before the operation?
    Avoid medication with acetylsalicylic acid (ASA), preparations with vitamin E, gingko biloba and fish oil as well as large amounts of alcohol before and after the operation. The vasoconstrictive effects of smoking interfere with the healing process. All medications must be discussed with our doctors before the operation in order to be able to rule out any side effects
  • When will I be socially acceptable again?
    Rhinoplasty is an everyday operation for our surgeons and risks such as bleeding or infection are extremely rare. However, every procedure involves certain risks and these should be discussed with the patient individually, depending on the case.
  • What are the risks
    Rhinoplasty is an everyday operation for our surgeons and risks such as bleeding or infection are extremely rare. However, every procedure involves certain risks and these should be discussed with the patient individually, depending on the case.
  • When will I see the final result
    The final result can be expected after 1 year. The tip of the nose is always set a little higher by our surgeons because the tip of the nose will still sink. It will take about 1 year for this to finally drop.
  • Can I see what my nose will look like before the operation?
    We can show an approximate result in advance using modern 3D animation technology. However, this animation does not correspond 100% to the result, as there are many factors to consider that a computer program cannot capture. In a personal preliminary talk with our doctors, however, we can discuss all of this in more detail.
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