Elevate Your Confidence. Transform Your Life. When it comes to the art of plastic surgery, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Every individual is unique, and sometimes, previous surgeries may not yield the desired results. That’s where Dr. Rammos and our Body Revision procedure come in. Body Revision Surgery is a specialized procedure tailored to correct or enhance the outcomes of previous plastic surgery interventions. Whether you’re unsatisfied with a past procedure or your body has changed over time, Dr. Rammos’ expertise in Body Revision Surgery is designed to meet your current aesthetic goals.
Body Revision Surgery Techniques
Your Body Revision procedure can be performed as either an outpatient surgery or may require an overnight stay. Dr. Rammos will develop a customized surgical plan tailored to achieve the enhancements you desire. Your incisions will be placed in as low a position as possible to hide them with many kinds of clothing.
Preparing for your Body Revision Surgery
Cease taking all supplements and medications that can increase your risk of bleeding at least two weeks before your surgery. Make sure you check with your primary doctor before stopping any medication. We will go over all your health history in detail prior to surgery. Eating healthy and staying active are also a must.
Recovering from your Body Revision Surgery
After your procedure you will need to wear a compression garment/binder for six to eight weeks. It is possible that you may have drainage tubes. Swelling and bruising may be expected. Your body will have decreased sensation and numbness around the incision lines immediately after your procedure. This is to be expected as your swelling decreases and nerves start to recover from the procedure.
Recovering from any revision surgery can take some time. You will have soreness and discomfort.
Refrain from rigorous exercise or activity after surgery. Avoid lifting anything that is over ten pounds for at least a month after surgery. This means you will need assistance with small children if you have them.
Moderate exercise can begin after a couple weeks, and more intense activity can be resumed after a month or so- with Dr’s permission. You will be fully active again after about six weeks. Depending on your job you may be able to return to work as soon as 3 weeks. This will need to be approved with Dr. Rammos as more rigorous jobs will require more time off.