A breast cancer diagnosis is terrifying for anyone to hear. It is important to remember, though, that you are not alone. Teams of medical professionals are available to help you fight and beat cancer and to regain your normal life afterward.
If you have breast cancer and will undergo a mastectomy, talk to Dr Geoghegan about reconstructive surgery that can restore your breasts and your confidence. If you reach out for help in your time of need, you will soon feel and look more like yourself. Learn more by watching this video.
Oasis Plastic Surgery’s qualified team and board-certified plastic surgeon can help you explore your reconstruction options if you are dealing with breast cancer. Call (480) 619-5418 today to make an appointment for a consultation at our Scottsdale location.
I feel Jennifer is a very amiable and professional doctor. I am very impressed with her caliber and abilities as a plastic surgeon. I will be back for further work and highly recommend her to everyone I know.
If you opt to have breast augmentation surgery to change the size or shape of your bust, this procedure can be precisely tailored to achieve your desired results. Before Dr. Jennifer Geoghegan begins your surgery, there are some ways you can prepare to ensure the best results. Use this guide to help you get ready for your upcoming procedure:
Arrange for Transportation
A breast augmentation is a surgical procedure that requires anesthesia to complete. You must arrange for someone else to drive you home when you are released from the recovery room to ensure that you get there safely. As soon as you know the date for your surgery, ask a friend or family member to drive you to and from the surgery center.
Order Your Medication Ahead of Time
You should make coming home after the surgery as convenient and conducive to recovery as possible. Before your procedure, fill any prescriptions for medication that you will need to help you recover. Talk to Dr. Geoghegan about what medicine to take and when you can resume normal activities after the procedure.
Smoking can have a negative impact on your results and the surgery itself. You should do everything you can to stop smoking at least a few weeks before the procedure. It is also important to refrain from smoking for at least a few weeks following the surgery. If you do smoke, talk to your doctor about it so you can work together to develop a plan for quitting.
With the expert plastic surgeons and support staff at Oasis Plastic Surgery in Scottsdale, you can get the cosmetic results you want. Led by Dr. Jennifer Geoghegan, our practice offers surgical and skin care treatments that are sure to boost your confidence. To learn more about our services, visit us online or call (480) 619-5418.
Fist visit to the office was very pleasant, I met Dr. Geoghegan and she was very nice and listened to everything I said and the 3D pictures were amazing! I looks at them daily! I will be calling soon to set my procedure date