How can I be safe during the surgery?

Any surgical procedure is never to be considered without careful thought and preparation. There are always risks involved in any surgery. For a safe and successful outcome, Dr. Cicilioni will inform you of all risks so that you’ll be able to plan for the surgery in a way that will minimize those risks. There are many options and preparations that you may consider to get ready for the big surgery day. Before the surgery, you’ll begin to consult with Dr. Cicilioni and his staff regarding your weight, what medication you are taking, and other information which will make this journey safer and bring about a better result.

If you are a smoker you will certainly be told to stop smoking well before the surgery date. Smoking can interfere with healing afterwards, robbing the surgical area of precious oxygen needed for healing.You are taking a chance if heavy bleeding should occur and if you are in a location not prepared to deal with any and all surgical emergencies. Orlando Cosmetic Surgery, LLC and Dr. Orlando Cicilioni operate only in an accredited hospital facility.

Our surgical suite is located within a world class hospital setting at Florida Hospital located at 601 East Rollins Street, Orlando, Florida. The hospital emergency department is staffed by specially trained doctors and nurses available around the clock. Scheduling your procedure with us is a safe and responsible decision knowing you are in the best of hands should an emergency present itself.

How Popular is breast  augmentation and breast implant surgery?

Breast augmentation is one of the most common procedures performed in the US for several reasons. Some may be interested in increasing the size of the breasts for a more voluptuous appeal.
Others may be looking to improve the asymmetrical look of the breasts (this is a difference in breast size and shape).   In other words, a patient may wish to have both breasts nearer the same size and shape.

As we give birth, lose or gain weight, some changes may be noticed which cause women to seek surgical intervention. We can certainly make changes that bring about a more normal and youthful appearance to the breasts

What should I know about breast surgery?

After an intensive review of known cases of a rare form of cancer in breast implant recipients, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says women with implants may have a very small, but increased risk of developing anaplastic large cell lymphoma, or ALCL. Read article from the FDA.

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