Complications From Plastic Surgery
The complications of cosmetic surgery are many. Hematoma’s can occur in three percent of all facial plastic surgeries.
A tender, raised area filled with fluid can indicate Hematoma even if you can’t see any blood.
If necessary, the doctor can drain a small hematoma with a needle. Large, spreading hematomas require your doctor’s immediate attention in order to prevent tissue damage.
Find the right Surgeon to Prevent a Hematoma after a Face-Lift or Plastic Surgery
We suggest that you find surgeon that can prevent complications of cosmetic surgery:
- Monitors bleeding during the surgery
- Uses techniques that make hematoma formation very unlikely
- Some surgeons use a closed-suction drain – a small tube under the skin behind the ear.
- Ask about the new use of platelet gel, that not only prevent hematomas but reduce bruising and speed healing.
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