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Whether you’re planning on a breast lift or breast augmentation, you will love the results and newfound confidence. Because we want your experience to be positive from procedure to stunning results, Julie Kupersmith MD, PC offers you some tips to make your recovery process swift and easy.

Make sure to tell Julie Kupersmith MD, PC about any preexisting medical conditions or medications you are taking. In some cases, we might recommend that you abstain from using aspirin and anti-inflammatory medications before and after the procedure to minimize your risk of bleeding. You might need to talk to your primary physician about alternative prescription medications.

You will need to avoid eating or drinking after midnight the day before the procedure. It’s a good idea to dress in loose fitting clothes to help make dressing and moving easier after the breast lift.

You should plan to take some time off from work and avoid strenuous activities for at least a week after the procedure. Most breast lifts and breast augmentation procedures can be performed on an outpatient basis and often requires that you be fully sedated. You will need to arrange to have someone drive you home and help out for a few days while you get back on your feet.

It’s not uncommon for Julie Kupersmith MD, PC to insert a small plastic tube under your skin to help drain minor postoperative bleeding. Your surgeon will explain to you how to properly care for it and any stitches, bandages, or dressings.

We want you to feel confident in your body, which is why we invite you to contact Julie Kupersmith MD, PC at 914.235.5171 with any questions or concerns you may have. If you’re considering breast surgery in New Rochelle, New York, don’t hesitate to consult our surgeon about your cosmetic options.