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Dr.Fathy Khodair plastic surgery clinic : Ready For A New You?

Is there anything about yourself, physically, that would like to change? Maybe you think that you have a big nose or that your chin is too small or too large. Whatever your physical dislikes may be, Dr.Fathy cosmetic surgery Clinic can help.
To begin, schedule an appointment with Dr.Fathy so that you can sit down with the surgeon and explain why it is that you are considering cosmetic surgery. The surgeon at Dr.Fathy Clinic surgery will first determine if you are a good candidate for cosmetic surgery, then Dr.Fathy Khodair will tell you what it is they can do for you.

  Special Requests Are Common

The Dr.Fathy Khodair cosmetic surgery clinic is one of the best in the Middle East but the surgeons are not miracle workers. Sometimes, when patients seek out cosmetic surgery, they are actually trying to fix something inside of them. It's actually their self-image and personality that more than likely needs work, not their physical appearance.
If you are interested in visiting the Dr.Fathy clinic set up an appointment today to consult with him. That way, you can find out if cosmetic surgery is truly for you. You never know, you could end up leaving the clinic realizing that maybe you need to work on the inside a bit before you get to work on the outside

  What to bring:

Completed forms (brief health history and medication/allergy list)
Any special requests as outlined by your physician
The name and telephone number of the person who will be driving you home after surgery

  The Day before Surgery:

Do not eat or drink anything after midnight (this includes water, cough drops, mints, gum, etc.).
You may brush your teeth the morning of surgery.
Arrange to have a family member or friend drive you home or hotel from the hospital.
You may also want to arrange to have someone stay with you and/or to care for your dependents (i.e., elders or small children) upon your arrival home.
If you notice a change in your physical condition - such as a cold or sore throat, please notify your physician immediately.
If you are on any type of medication (aspirin, blood pressure medications, anti-inflammatory medications, etc.), ask your physician before surgery if you should take the medication on the day of surgery.
Please bring a list of the medications you are currently taking (do not bring your medications to the hospital).
If you take herbs and diet aids, please discuss this with your physician prior to the day of surgery.
Minimize or cease smoking and/or drinking alcohol 24 hours prior to surgery.

  The Day of Surgery:

Dress in loose, comfortable clothing and arrive promptly at the time arranged (i.e., sweat pants and top).
Wear comfortable non-slip shoes.
Arrive promptly at the time arranged (usually two hours prior to surgery time.
If you need glasses or contact lenses to read, please bring them. They will be needed for confirming and signing consent forms.
Bring appropriate containers for eyeglasses, contact lenses and dentures, if worn.
Do not wear jewelry and piercings (the hospital is not responsible for valuable items).
Leave credit cards at home. Bring only a small amount of cash to meet your needs.
Bring a picture ID ..
Bring the name and telephone numbers of all contact persons, especially the name and number of the person who is expected to accompany you home.
Visitors may wait for you in the waiting room. As a general rule, visitors are not allowed in the recovery room. This is for patient safety, logistics and privacy concerns.

  After Surgery:

  • Relax rest and recover.

  • Follow your discharge instructions.

  • Do not drink alcoholic beverages or smoke until cleared by your physician.

  • Do not drive a car, operate machinery, or make important legal decisions for a full 24 hours after surgery.

  • Have someone available to help the first 24 hours after surgery.

Most patients go home from the hospital within one to two hours after surgical recovery. Your physician and nurse will advise you when you are able to leave the hospital, and you will be discharged directly from the Come & Go Treatment Center. If your physician decides it is necessary for you to stay overnight, the acute care facility is immediately available to meet your medical needs
Contact Dr.Fathy Now : Drfathy@drfathykhodair.com


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