The clinic asymmetrical breast surgery   must be an authorized center and the operation will be performed in a hospital of the health network. It should be remembered that these interventions are a medical act and therefore they are always done in operating rooms of a hospital center. In the intervention, in addition to the surgeon, there must be a specialized medical team, such as anesthesiologists, nurses and assistants. Likewise, the technical equipment must be adequate to meet any contingency.

Below we list what you should keep in mind when making your decision.

Qualification and number of collegiate in forceasymmetrical breast surgery

Take a look at the academic and professional training of the team that will proceed in your plastic surgery intervention. Without shame or fear, check that the collegiate number of plastic surgeons is in force and that they have the specific qualification of Specialist in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, since the intrusion is habitual in this specialty.

Having a perfectly equipped center and prepared for intervention tors

In the event that there is an emergency or problem, the center must have sufficient resources to solve them quickly and effectively. The plastic surgeon who assists you should not have any problem in showing you the facilities and explaining everything with total transparency.

Clinical history and evaluation of previous health status

Before proceeding to the intervention it is important that the plastic surgeon knows the general state of health of the patient with a clinical history, since in this way we can avoid possible complications.

Complete information about the surgical and postoperative procedure

For any surgical operation the patient needs to sign a document to give his consent. However, it is vital to sign it once we have been informed in a clear and simple language of all the details of the surgical procedure, the details of the postoperative period, as well as the follow-up procedure and the revisions to be made after the operation.

It is at this moment when the patient must ask all their concerns, know if he will need to stay in the clinic after the intervention, if he will be assisted by a qualified anesthesiologist, possible risks, etc.