Questions to ask your surgeons to

Irrespective of where you are planning your treatment, you must ensure you understand everything involved. So ask your clinic and surgeon all the questions you have in mind. A good clinic will willingly provide answers.

Check if initial consultations and follow up care can be provided in your home country. Often clinics in developing countries have ties with clinics in developed countries where consultations and aftercare are provided.

In addition meet your surgeon before the operation. This will give you a chance to ask talk to him or her and ask questions.

Some questions that you may want to ask:

  • What are their qualifications, training, and accreditations?
  • How can you check these details independently?
  • How many years of experience they have?
  • How often the surgeon has worked with the anesthetist who will be handling you?
  • How many procedures they perform in a year?
  • Will the anesthetist perform both a pre-operation as well as a post-operation evaluation?
  •  What's the estimated recovery time?
  • For how many days you will be in the hospital?
  • Should you bring a companion?

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