World-Renowned Cosmetic Surgeon to The Stars, Dr. Tal Rounder, Gives The Ultimate Guide to Breast Enhancement and Postoperative Care

Tuesday, January 23, 2018 General News
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Dr. Tal is known for providing patients with exceptional care from the initial consultation through postoperative follow-up appointments

MIAMI, Jan. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- If you are considering a breast enhancement, you have to make sure that you get

the best procedure for you. To do this, you need to weigh all your options carefully, including options for who and how to have your surgery performed. The most important decision is picking your plastic surgeon and a very good plastic surgeon will offer recommendations based on a patient's goals and on sound surgical judgment.

Dr. Tal Roudner — one of the most celebrated surgeons in the nation with a practice in the prestigious South Florida neighborhood of Coral Gables, FL — provides excellent advice on the procedure and post-surgery. He is most notable for his breast augmentation procedures and ethics in the medical industry. Dr. Tal has also co-authored chapters in one of the latest textbooks on Cosmetic Surgery, Breast Augmentation and Breast Lift.

Above all, make sure that breast enhancement surgery is what you want and that you want it for yourself and for the right reasons. When researching a surgeon, make sure the surgeon is Board Certified by the American Boards of Plastic Surgery and is a member in the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (these are the most respected societies and require certain criteria to be included as a member, as they insure that the surgeons are safe and qualified). This will ensure that your surgeon operates in accredited facility for safety reasons. Interview the top surgeons that you choose and read reliable sources of reviews left by real patients of the surgeon's work.

When you do meet with a surgeon, make sure the surgeon spends enough time with you in the consultation and in the preoperative time to ensure he helps you choose the best implants for you. Always ask questions about the look you desire and how and what implants would work best to achieve that look. Take along a wish picture from a website as an example in order to help the surgeon know what you desire.  Be open to certain implant types and sizes -- what may work for one or look great on another may not fit your breast specifically.

Dr. Tal offers a variety of plastic surgery in combination of surgical skill and sense of aesthetic harmony.  He would offer you varied types of breast implants as they are many on the market today and you can achieve much more with the variety available today, then if only one or two different implants are offered to you at the consultation.

Dr. Tal suggests that you make sure the surgeon you choose performs breast revision surgery, and look for results from those surgeries as that will confirm that he is an expert in his field and he can correct problems that may arise after surgery. Always have realistic expectations of what can and cannot be achieved in surgery. Everyone is different and so are the results; keep an open mind.

Once you have the surgery, follow your plastic surgeon's postoperative instructions carefully. If you are not sure about anything contact the office and ask about your concern. Healing is a lengthy process that may take up to 12 months, give yourself the time to heal properly and avoid unnecessary complications. Definitely take time off to recover as instructed by the surgeon. Do not become too active earlier then told to do so and no heavy lifting for about three to four weeks. Keep the dressings on until they are removed or you are instructed to remove them. Do not wet the wounds until given the ok.  In addition, do not apply anything to the wounds unless instructed to do so, although scar cream may be recommended. Very importantly, especially in Florida, is to avoid sun exposure to the surgical area until given the ok to do so and use sunblock when in the sun.

For those who go to the gym regularly, do not return until given the ok, which is usually about four weeks after surgery. When returning to the gym start slowly and progress, however if you feel pain or tightness stop the activity.  Your surgeon may recommend taking supplements to reduce swelling and bruising such as arnica and you should take your medication as instructed.

When in doubt about any post-op instructions, always contact your surgeon office to get the appropriate information.                     

Media Contact: Rebecca Astorga TARA, Ink.  305.864.3434                                 

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