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Aesthetica Surgical Aftercare Program
The Aesthetica Surgical Aftercare Program has been developed to optimize patient well-being, recovery and scar management.
It’s the first of its kind in Melbourne and aims to deliver improved outcomes following surgery.
A collaborative approach is taken between your surgeon and our Dermal Clinicians, to create a post operative treatment programme tailored to the needs of each patient with a strong focus on scar management and healing. It is not uncommon to have some of these treatments prior to your surgery as well.
All treatments are available at Aesthetica. Postoperative consultations and all ASAP treatments are offered to our surgical patients at no extra cost.
Your ASAP personalised aftercare
As patient needs differ, a bespoke Surgical Aftercare program will be discussed and agreed in detail prior to your surgery.
24 hour a day contact
Our recovery and nursing staff will be in contact with you regularly while you are recovering at home. Either via phone calls or texts.
They are available at any time, 24 hours a day to discuss your recovery and your concerns.
Body Flow Lymphatic Drainage
Assists in recovery and reduces swelling and inflammation.
The Omnilux Revive LED red light treatment encourages overall healing.
It also assists in reducing bruising and swelling. This 20-minute treatment is performed during the 2 weeks following the surgery.
Accent radio frequency treatments
Accent radio-frequency treatments aim to promote elasticity, tighten and improve skin texture.
This usually commences 2 weeks following surgery.
This can also be an option prior to your surgery as well.
Accent RF Pixel
OurPixel, fractionated treatment can be used to promote collagen production and also help absorb products.
Tips for optimised healing
- Follow aftercare instructions
- Rest as encouraged
- Stop or reduce smoking.
- Eat Healthily
- Drink lots of fluid
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It is important to understand that any surgical, medical procedure or proven non-surgical treatment carries risks.
Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.