Decision Made

Once you have made your decision for your surgery, please contact the clinic to start the booking process.

You will have to inform us the “date” you have in mind, and also make a deposit for the surgery. But most importantly you will have to go for your pre medical checkup before we can confirm anything.

 

Preparing for Surgery

Once you have cleared the required pre medical check up and start the booking process, you will have at least another 2 more consultation visits to see Dr Marco to finalize the surgical plans, do the pre surgery photos and signing the consent for surgery.

 

Instructions for Pre Operation Checks and Blood Test

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All patients going for surgery will have to have these following Pre Operation Check & Blood Test done.

All reports have to at least submit to the clinic before surgery to ensure that it is checked by our appointed Anesthetist and Dr Marco Faria Correa.

Your Surgery will be Postponed or Cancelled if there are any abnormalities in your Pre Operation Reports. You will then be asked to seek medical attention before your next surgery date is book.

 

 

 

Pre Operation Checks

Pre op test requirement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* Other pre operation checks might be required if it is necessary for your surgery.

 

Blood & Urine Test

Pre Op Blood Test

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* Other preoperative blood test might be required if it is necessary for your surgery

 

 

Medication

DO NOT TAKE ANY OF THESE FOLLOWING MEDICATIONS ONCE YOU BOOKED FOR SURGERY AT LEAST 2 WEEKS TO 4 WEEKS BEFORE DATE OF SURGERY.

  • 1. Vitamin E
  • 2. Multi Vitamins that contains Vitamin E
  • 3. Chinese Medicine
  • 4. Chinese Herbs
  • 5. Malay/ Indonesian Herbs/ Jamu
  • 6. Gingo Bililoba
  • 7. Noni Juice
  • 8. Ginseng
  • 9. Pien Tze Huang
  • 10. Aspirin or Acetyl Salicylic Acid and Medication which contains Aspirin
  • 11. Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • 12. Anti oxidant / Anti ageing

TAKING THESE MEDICATIONS WILL INCREASE YOUR TENDENCY TO BLEED AT THE TIME OF SURGERY. YOU WILL BE INSTRUCTED WHEN TO RESTART THESE MEDICATIONS AFTER SURGERY

PLEASE CHECK WITH THE DOCTOR/ CLINIC ABOUT THE MEDICATIONS YOU ARE TAKING IF YOU ARE UNSURE

 

SMOKING

Smokers should try to stop smoking from the time of the surgery booking date.

Smokers should try and stop smoking at least 1 week before surgery and 2 weeks after surgery.

This is to prevent skin necrosis (skin may die).

Smoking irritates nasal passengers and causes coughing which might bring on a bleed several days after your operation. It is also a contraindication with General Anaesthesia. Smoking also slows healing due to a decreased blood supply to the operated area.