Please note that all photographs are shown by way of example and do not suggest an implied or written guarantee of the results that may be achievable in your individual case. It is important that you have realistic expectations regarding the outcome of your surgery and are doing it for yourself and not others. Surgery is an important decision and carries with it potential risks and complications. It should only be undertaken after careful consideration.
All procedures carry potential risks and complications including the risk of secondary procedures to achieve a satisfactory result. The risks of any procedure are infection, bleeding, poor, unsightly or raised scars, poor positioning of a scar, dog-ears or skin excess at either end of a scar, asymmetry or an unsatisfactory result. Further corrective surgery is the financial responsibility of the patient. It is the patient’s responsibility to inform Comfort Zone Cosmetic Surgery if they have any serious medical condition including a psychological or psychiatric condition, either now or in the past. If you should have any questions regarding your suitability for surgery please do not hesitate to discuss them with Comfort Zone Cosmetic Surgery and your GP before surgery. Comfort Zone Cosmetic Surgery asks that you discontinue any medications that may cause bleeding such Ibuprofen, Aspirin and Vitamin E to, name a few, three weeks before and after surgery. If in doubt consult with your GP or Comfort Zone Cosmetic Surgery.