Stop taking the medicines that disturb hemorrhage control (birth control pills, hormone drugs, vitamin E, and aspirin)
at least 2 weeks before the surgery. Notify the consultant and the surgeon if you are under treatment of hypertension,
heart disease, diabetes, and thyroids.
Stop smoking cigarettes at least 3 days before the surgery and notify the consultant and the surgeon if you have cold
to check your respiratory system.
Taking shower with mild type soap on the day of surgery is recommended and remove contact lenses, jewelry,
accessories, nail polish, and make-up before coming to the clinic.
Do not eat or drink (including candy, gum, and water) 4 hours before the surgery (8 hours for general anesthesia).
Prepare comfortable clothes (hoodie or button down shirt), mask, scarf, cap, and sunglasses.
It is hard to drive after the surgery, so please come with the guardian.
After the surgery
Avoid salty food to prevent swelling. Liquid food for 3 days after the surgery is highly recommended. And also, avoid
eating hard food during the recovery period.
Apply an ice pack to reduce pain and swelling. Apply a hot pack after 3 days to help with the recovery.
Take a good rest and vitamin C to help with regenerating collagen. It is not recommended to laugh out loud or
open the mouth too wide.
Drinking alcohol and smoking is prohibited for 4 weeks after the surgery.
When sleeping, do not lie down sideways for 4 weeks after the surgery and avoid jogging, swimming, or face massage
for at least 6 weeks.