View Care Program

Precautions Before & After Surgery

Please follow VIEW precautions before & after surgery
for safe surgery and high quality result

VIEW Breast Surgery Precautions Before & After Surgery

  • Before Surgery
  • After Surgery
Medication

  • Do not take birth control pills, hormones, vitamin E, or aspirin for 1 week before surgery.
Medical History

  • If you are under treatment for high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, or thyroid, please inform the hospital in advance.
  • If you have a severe cold or have abnormal airways and respiratory tract on the day of surgery, please inform us in advance.
Meal

  • Refrain from eating and drinking, including water, 8 hours before surgery.
Smoking and Drinking

  • Please refrain from smoking and drinking alcohol for 3 days before surgery.
Clothes

  • Bring comfortable clothes (Southern, boxy clothes), mask, scarf, hat, sunglasses, etc.
Other

  • On the day of surgery, please remove contact lenses, precious metals, accessories, nail polish, and makeup in advance.
  • It is difficult to drive after surgery, so it is recommended that you come with a guardian.
Swelling

  • The degree of swelling can be different and varies from person to person.
  • After surgery, there is large swelling for 1 to 2 weeks, and the remaining swelling gradually decreases within 1 to 6 months.
  • After surgery, the area around the breasts may be swollen, which may make the breasts appear smaller or spread out. (Gradually, the swelling will go down and you will have a beautiful breast shape.)
Pain

  • Chest pain tends to be greatest for one to two days after surgery.
  • Pain and throbbing may accompany 6 months to 1 year after surgery.
Medication

  • Spheroidal contractile drugs are scheduled to be taken for up to 3 months, and please inform us in advance when you visit the hospital before you finish taking them.
  • If you experience chest palpitations or acne on your body after taking it, stop taking it immediately. (Do not take if you have arrhythmia)
  • Hormonal changes can cause irregular periods.
  • Avoid aspirin/vitamin E type drugs for 1 week after surgery.
Meal

  • You can eat food 6 hours after surgery, and it is recommended to eat soft rice or porridge.
Sleeping Position

  • Keep your head elevated above your heart and maintain a frontal position.
  • Lying on the side is possible after 1 to 2 months, and bowing or lying down is possible after at least 5 months.
No smoking/No alcohol/Sauna/Exercise

  • Alcohol and smoking are prohibited for up to 6 months after surgery.
  • Jjimjilbang, sauna, swimming pool Excessive exercise and massage are possible after about 1 to 2 months.
Maintenance

  • Swelling can be prevented with cold compresses for 3 days after surgery and then warm compresses after that.
Prohibited Action

  • Refrain from lifting heavy objects or using your arms excessively.
Emergencies

  • In the event of an emergency such as extreme pain or severe swelling, please contact the hospital immediately and visit us.

Plastic surgery results may vary depending on the individual, and side effects such as inflammation, bleeding, and nerve damage may occur, so caution is required.

VIEW Face Contouring Surgery Precautions Before & After Surgery

  • Before Surgery
  • After Surgery
Medication

  • Do not take birth control pills, hormones, vitamin E, or aspirin for 1 week before surgery.
Medical History

  • If you are under treatment for high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, or thyroid, please inform the hospital in advance.
  • If you have a severe cold on the day of surgery or have abnormal airway and breathing periods, please inform us in advance.
Meal

  • Refrain from eating and drinking, including water, 8 hours before surgery.
No Smoking and Drinking

  • Please refrain from smoking and drinking alcohol for 3 days before surgery.
Clothes

  • Wear comfortable clothes (Southern, boxy clothes) Prepare a mask, scarf, hat, sunglasses, etc.
Other

  • On the day of surgery, please remove contact lenses, precious metals, accessories, nail polish, and makeup in advance.
  • It is difficult to drive after surgery, so it is recommended that you come with a guardian.
Swelling

  • Swelling increases for 3 to 4 days after surgery, then the swelling subsides, and daily activities are possible after 5 to 7 days.
Medicine

  • Avoid aspirin/vitamin E type drugs for 1 week after surgery.
Gargling, Brushing Teeth / Cleansing

  • For about a week after surgery, please gargle with saline instead of brushing your teeth.
  • You can start brushing after 1 week, and please brush your teeth with children’s toothpaste and toothbrush, avoiding the incision area.
  • You can wash your hair after 3 days, and you can take a simple shower, but refrain from taking a bath.
    (Shampoo service is provided once after cheek surgery.)
Meal

  • Soft foods with ingredients can be eaten from 1 to 2 weeks after surgery, and spicy and salty foods can be eaten from 1 month after surgery.
  • Those who have had zygomatic surgery should avoid foods with strong impacts for 3 months.
    (Tough meat, squid, caramel, nuts, etc.)
Sleeping Position

  • At bedtime, keep your head elevated above your heart and maintain a frontal position. After 1 week after surgery, you can sleep on your side.
No smoking/No alcohol/Sauna/Exercise

  • Alcohol and smoking are prohibited for up to 6 months after surgery.
  • Jjimjilbang, sauna, swimming pool, excessive exercise, and massage are possible after about 1 to 2 months.
Maintenance

  • Swelling can be prevented with cold compresses for 3 days after surgery and then warm compresses after that.
  • Depending on the situation, it is worn for 2-4 weeks and is not too tight. Refrain from wearing it while sleeping.
Emergencies

  • In the event of an emergency such as extreme pain or severe swelling, please contact the hospital immediately and visit us.

Plastic surgery results may vary depending on the individual, and side effects such as inflammation, bleeding, and nerve damage may occur, so caution is required.

VIEW Double Jaw Surgery Precautions Before & After Surgery

  • Before Surgery
  • After Surgery
Medication

  • Do not take birth control pills, hormones, vitamin E, or aspirin for 1 week before surgery.
Medical History

  • If you are under treatment for high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, or thyroid, please inform the hospital in advance.
  • If you have a severe cold on the day of surgery or have abnormal airway and breathing periods, please inform us in advance.
Meal

  • Refrain from eating and drinking, including water, 8 hours before surgery.
No Smoking and Drinking

  • Please refrain from smoking and drinking alcohol for 3 days before surgery.
Clothes

  • Wear comfortable clothes (Southern, boxy clothes) Prepare a mask, scarf, hat, sunglasses, etc.
Other

  • On the day of surgery, please remove contact lenses, precious metals, accessories, nail polish, and makeup in advance.
  • It is difficult to drive after surgery, so it is recommended that you come with a guardian.
Swelling

  • Swelling increases for 3 to 4 days after surgery, then the swelling subsides, and daily activities are possible after 5 to 7 days.
  • About one month after the operation, 80% of the swelling will disappear, and from then on, it will become more natural.
Medication

  • Avoid aspirin/vitamin E type drugs for 1 week after surgery.
Gargling and Brushing Teeth / Cleansing

  • Please continue to gargle with saline solution for about a month. If there is pain, please gargle with cold.
  • Brushing is possible when the patient can move his or her mouth.
  • Please use children’s toothpaste and toothbrush as much as possible, and brush your teeth without touching the incision area.
  • Wipe gently with a wet towel except for the surgical area until the stitches are removed.
Suture Thread

  • The thread in the mouth is a melting thread and usually disappears on its own after a month.
Meal

  • Soft foods with ingredients can be eaten 1 to 2 weeks after surgery, and hard foods should be eaten 3 to 4 weeks after surgery.
  • Those who have had zygomatic surgery should avoid foods with strong impact for 3 months.
    (Tough meat, squid, caramel, nuts, etc.)
Sleeping Position

  • At bedtime, keep your head elevated above your heart and maintain a frontal position. After 1 week after surgery, you can sleep on your side.
No smoking/No alcohol/Sauna/Exercise

  • Alcohol and smoking are prohibited for up to 6 months after surgery.
  • Jjimjilbang, sauna, swimming pool, excessive exercise, and massage are possible after about 1 to 2 months.
Maintenance

  • Swelling can be prevented with cold compresses for 3 days after surgery and then warm compresses after that.
  • From the 7th day after surgery, please continue to practice lip exercises (A/E/I/O/U) and smile (same position of the corners of the mouth).
  • From the 2nd week after surgery, practice opening your mouth not too much. (From the 3rd week on correction)
  • Depending on the situation, it is worn for 2-4 weeks and is not too tight. Refrain from wearing it while sleeping.
Emergencies

  • If breathing is difficult due to nasal congestion, use Otrivin twice a day, and if severe, visit the hospital.

Plastic surgery results may vary depending on the individual, and side effects such as inflammation, bleeding, and nerve damage may occur, so caution is required.

VIEW Eye Surgery Precautions Before & After Surgery

  • Before Surgery
  • After Surgery
Medication

  • Do not take birth control pills, hormones, vitamin E, or aspirin for 1 week before surgery.
Medical History

  • If you are under treatment for high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, or thyroid, please inform the hospital in advance.
  • If you have a severe cold on the day of surgery or have abnormal airway and breathing periods, please inform us in advance.
Meal

  • Refrain from eating and drinking, including water, 8 hours before surgery.
No Smoking and Drinking

  • Please refrain from smoking and drinking alcohol for 3 days before surgery.
Clothes

  • Wear comfortable clothes (Southern, boxy clothes) Prepare a mask, scarf, hat, sunglasses, etc.
Other

  • On the day of surgery, please remove contact lenses, precious metals, accessories, nail polish, and makeup in advance.
  • It is difficult to drive after surgery, so it is recommended that you come with a guardian.
Swelling

  • Bruising or swelling may increase 2-3 days after surgery, and there are individual differences.
  • There is large swelling for 1 to 2 weeks after surgery, and the remaining swelling gradually decreases within 1 to 6 months.
Pain and Symptoms

  • Bloody tears may flow after mixing with tears for about a week immediately after sub-eye fat repositioning or under-opening surgery.
  • Mucosal edema may develop for 1 to 2 weeks after surgery. (Use prescribed eye drops or artificial tears to prevent dryness.)
Medication

  • Avoid aspirin/vitamin E type drugs for 1 week after surgery.
Make Up and Washing Face

  • Eye makeup can be worn after removing the stitches, and lenses can be worn 2-3 weeks later depending on the progress.
  • You can wash your face while avoiding the surgical site.
Sleeping Position

  • At bedtime, keep your head elevated above your heart and maintain a frontal position.
No smoking/No alcohol/Sauna/Exercise

  • Alcohol and smoking are prohibited for up to 6 months after surgery.
  • Jjimjilbang, sauna, swimming pool, excessive exercise, and massage are possible after about 1 to 2 months.
Management

  • After surgery, please apply cold compresses for 3 days.
Prohibited Action

  • Depending on the course of surgery, avoid direct contact with water for 3 to 7 days.
    (If it comes in contact with water, gently wipe it with a cotton swab and apply the prescribed ointment.)
Emergencies

  • In the event of an emergency such as extreme pain or severe swelling, please contact the hospital immediately and visit us.

Plastic surgery results may vary depending on the individual, and side effects such as inflammation, bleeding, and nerve damage may occur, so caution is required.

VIEW Rhinoplasty Surgery Precautions Before & After Surgery

  • Before Surgery
  • After Surgery
Medication

  • Do not take birth control pills, hormones, vitamin E, or aspirin for 1 week before surgery.
Medical History

  • If you are under treatment for high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, or thyroid, please inform the hospital in advance.
  • If you have a severe cold on the day of surgery or have abnormal airway and breathing periods, please inform us in advance.
Meal

  • Refrain from eating and drinking, including water, 8 hours before surgery.
No Smoking and Drinking

  • Please refrain from smoking and drinking alcohol for 3 days before surgery.
Clothes

  • Wear comfortable clothes (Southern, boxy clothes) Prepare a mask, scarf, hat, sunglasses, etc.
Other

  • On the day of surgery, please remove contact lenses, precious metals, accessories, nail polish, and makeup in advance.
  • It is difficult to drive after surgery, so it is recommended that you come with a guardian.
Swelling

  • Bruising or swelling may increase 2-3 days after surgery, and there are individual differences.
  • There is large swelling for 1 to 2 weeks after surgery, and the remaining swelling gradually decreases within 1 to 6 months.
Pain and Symptoms

  • In the case of general anesthesia, there may be a slight fever for 1 to 2 days after surgery, and nausea or vomiting may occur.
  • There may be some pain for 2-3 days after surgery, but it will be controlled with painkillers according to the doctor’s instructions.
Medication

  • Avoid aspirin/vitamin E type drugs for 1 week after surgery.
Make Up and Washing Face

  • You can wash your face while avoiding the area where the tape is pasted.
Sleeping Posture

  • At bedtime, keep your head elevated above your heart and maintain a frontal position.
No smoking/No alcohol/Sauna/Exercise

  • Alcohol and smoking are prohibited for up to 6 months after surgery.
  • Jjimjilbang, sauna, swimming pool, excessive exercise, and massage are possible after about 1 to 2 months.
Maintenance

  • After surgery, please apply cold compresses for 3 days. (Please apply the poultice around the nose and forehead.)
  • Blowing your nose is possible after one month.
  • If blood or secretions come out, let it flow, then gently wipe it with a tissue or gauze so as not to touch the wound, and never touch your nose.
Prohibited Action

  • Avoid pressing your nose, such as glasses or sunglasses, for a month.
  • Refrain from picking or digging your nose. (Blood may flow from the nose.)
Emergencies

  • In the event of an emergency such as extreme pain or severe swelling, please contact the hospital immediately and visit us.

Plastic surgery results may vary depending on the individual, and side effects such as inflammation, bleeding, and nerve damage may occur, so caution is required.

VIEW Liposuction Surgery Precautions Before & After Surgery

  • Before Surgery
  • After Surgery
Medication

  • Do not take birth control pills, hormones, vitamin E, or aspirin for 1 week before surgery.
Medical History

  • If you are under treatment for high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, or thyroid, please inform the hospital in advance.
  • If you have a severe cold on the day of surgery or have abnormal airway and breathing periods, please inform us in advance.
Meal

  • Refrain from eating and drinking, including water, 8 hours before surgery.
No Smoking and Drinking

  • Please refrain from smoking and drinking alcohol for 3 days before surgery.
Clothes

  • Wear comfortable clothes (Southern, boxy clothes) Prepare a mask, scarf, hat, sunglasses, etc.
Other

  • On the day of surgery, please remove contact lenses, precious metals, accessories, nail polish, and makeup in advance.
  • It is difficult to drive after surgery, so it is recommended that you come with a guardian.
Swelling

  • Depending on the site, the bruising may last for 1 to 3 weeks, and the swelling will go down by more than 70 to 80% in 3 to 4 weeks.
  • Satisfaction starts from 1 month after surgery, and the remaining swelling will improve if you receive treatment for 1 to 3 months after surgery.
Pain and Sqy

  • Occasionally, when an excessive amount is inhaled, serousoma (vesicles) may occur for a long period of time, but in this case, it will improve with treatment according to the instructions of the medical staff.
  • The skin tightening after surgery is the most severe at the first month due to the breast fat inside the liposuction site, and then resolves over 3 to 6 months.
Medication

  • Avoid aspirin/vitamin E type drugs for 1 week after surgery.
Washing Face

  • Be careful not to let water come into contact with the surgical area, and you can take a shower with a waterproof band attached.
No smoking/No alcohol/Sauna/Exercise

  • Alcohol and smoking are prohibited for up to 6 months after surgery.
  • Jjimjilbang, sauna, swimming pool Excessive exercise and massage are possible after about 1 to 2 months.
Maintenance

  • Compression garments should be worn continuously for at least 1 to 3 months.
  • After surgery, it is recommended to maintain a combination of exercise and diet.
Prohibited Action

  • The bandage will be removed after you come to the hospital, and please do not remove the bandage or tape from the area where the fat was removed without special instructions.
Emergencies

  • In the event of an emergency such as extreme pain or severe swelling, please contact the hospital immediately and visit us.

Plastic surgery results may vary depending on the individual, and side effects such as inflammation, bleeding, and nerve damage may occur, so caution is required.

VIEW Anti-Aging/Lifting Surgery Precautions Before & After Surgery

  • Before Surgery
  • After Surgery
Medication

  • Do not take birth control pills, hormones, vitamin E, or aspirin for 1 week before surgery.
Medical History

  • If you are under treatment for high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, or thyroid, please inform the hospital in advance.
  • If you have a severe cold on the day of surgery or have abnormal airway and breathing periods, please inform us in advance.
Meal

  • Refrain from eating and drinking, including water, 8 hours before surgery.
No Smoking and Drinking

  • Please refrain from smoking and drinking alcohol for 3 days before surgery.
Clothes

  • Wear comfortable clothes (Southern, boxy clothes) Prepare a mask, scarf, hat, sunglasses, etc.
Other

  • On the day of surgery, please remove contact lenses, precious metals, accessories, nail polish, and makeup in advance.
  • It is difficult to drive after surgery, so it is recommended that you come with a guardian.
Swelling

  • Bruising may occur for 2-3 days after surgery and may last for 1-2 weeks depending on the constitution.
  • There is large swelling for 1 to 2 weeks after surgery, and the remaining swelling gradually decreases within 1 to 6 months.
  • It is a common phenomenon that the swelling looks asymmetrical, with different swellings or different swellings on both sides.
Pain and Symptoms

  • A stinging pain may occur, which will subside over time.
  • There may be pain and palpability of the forehead fixing area, but it is a temporary phenomenon and gradually improves.
Medication

  • Avoid aspirin/vitamin E type drugs for 1 week after surgery.
Meal

  • You can eat food 6 hours after surgery, and it is recommended to eat soft rice or porridge.
Sleeping Position

  • At bedtime, keep your head elevated above your heart and maintain a frontal position.
No smoking/No alcohol/Sauna/Exercise

  • Alcohol and smoking are prohibited for up to 6 months after surgery.
  • Jjimjilbang, sauna, swimming pool, excessive exercise, and massage are possible after about 1 to 2 months.
Maintenance

  • The incision may bleed for 3 to 5 days, so put a towel on your pillow and sleep.
  • Please apply cold compresses for 3 days after surgery.
  • In most cases, the eyes will swell more than the forehead, so apply a compress around the eyes.
Emergencies

  • If your face is swollen due to heat, pain, or asymmetry, please visit the hospital.
  • In the event of an emergency such as extreme pain or severe swelling, please contact the hospital immediately and visit us.

Plastic surgery results may vary depending on the individual, and side effects such as inflammation, bleeding, and nerve damage may occur, so caution is required.

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There may be complications such as bleeding, infection, and inflammation after surgery. Subjective satisfaction may vary between individuals.