Before and After Surgery
Before the operation: Before the operation in question, after examining your doctor and finding out whether you are suitable for this procedure, you should prepare for the day of surgery in line with your physician's recommendations. These preparations are preparations in the form of quitting the use of tobacco products for a while and not drinking anticoagulant drugs. The purpose of all these is important for a successful surgery. In addition, they are factors that are effective in the healing process.
Postoperative: The postoperative period is critical as in all surgical procedures. For this reason, the patient is kept under observation by being hospitalized for 2-3 days after the operation. This process and the following periods are important for the patient's daily life for the surgical site to heal quickly and not be infected. After the operation, it is necessary to pay attention to the use of pain relievers and other drugs if necessary, and to ensure hygiene. With the removal of the stitches and the healing of the first swellings and bruises, the actual healing process begins and the new chin image gradually becomes natural and the tissues begin to heal, and doctor control is important in this process.
Is the operation in question a permanent solution?
Of course, it is a permanent solution, because it is impossible for the rasped or implanted chin to grow or shrink again.