Dr. Manuel Gutierrez FAQ's
Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery in Tijuana Mexico
Do you have any questions?… It’s pretty normal to have questions related to plastic surgery and aesthetic procedures, even when you’re only starting to think about it! Dr. Manuel Gutierrez and his certified team have the answer to the most frequently asked questions of their patients. Their answers may help reduce the anxiety and concerns generated from plastic surgery.
Here you will find the answers of many general doubts, traveling to Mexico specifications and the process involved with plastic surgery. We encourage you to read this information and contact us to schedule a consultation so we can answer any further questions.
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Special skill and knowledge are essential and specialists in Cosmetic Surgery are competent in the anatomy, physiology, pathology and basics sciences. The educational profile of this specialty is unique in that it begins with a fully trained and certified surgeon. Through continued post-residency education training, and experience, Cosmetic Surgery is taught and learned across traditional disciplinary boundaries. The subspecialty fully incorporates the participation and knowledge from all contributing disciplines to attain a high level of skill and understanding. Contributing disciplines include Dermatologic Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery, General Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Otolaryngology, Oculoplastic Surgery, Oral-maxillofacial Surgery and others.
The Cosmetic Surgeon offers specialized expertise in patient education and counseling, procedural skills, and the early recognition and treatment of complications. As a specialty, Cosmetic Surgeons have enhanced the knowledge and training of fellow physicians and directly benefited society through educational publications, scientific journals and in the development of safe and innovative techniques. Competency in Cosmetic Surgery implies a combination of knowledge, surgical judgment, technical expertise and ethics in order to achieve the goal of providing aesthetic improvement.
Liposuction carries greater risk for individuals with medical problems such as diabetes, significant heart or lung disease, poor blood circulation, or those who have recently had surgery near the area to be contoured.
For example, are you doing it because you feel your breasts are too small relative to your body contour or are you unhappy with the size and firmness of your breasts following pregnancy, breastfeeding or major weight loss? Unevenness between the breasts can also be a motivating factor. Your surgeon can help you make the right decision during your pre-surgical appointments.
- There is no evidence suggesting silicone used for Breast Implants are toxic to humans.
- There is no established link between implants and a unique disease syndrome. Problems ascribed to implants generally involve symptoms that are nonspecific and common to the general population.
- Breast Cancer mortality is not higher in women who have implants. However, the presence of implants can make it difficult to detect cancer through mammography.
- Women with Breast Implants are no more likely than the rest of the population to develop serious illnesses.
Note: According to the type of surgery you may need and special garment or shapewear, you can buy these with Dr. Manuel Gutierrez and his team or other place of your preference.
Note: It’s highly recommended to send pictures, comments and expectations by email to analyze and provide a personalized consultation identify and understand your needs. Dr. Manuel Gutierrez will guide you thought the pre-operative guidelines. Also it’s very important to send or inform the surgeon about possible health conditions and medical studies to realize a safer and successful plastic surgery.