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Pre-Surgery Info


Pre-Surgery Info


<p>Two weeks before surgery</p>

Two weeks before surgery

  1. Two weeks before the surgery, aspirin-related drugs are prohibited because it will increase the chance of bleeding. Certain Chinese herbs may have anti-coagulation effect, please temporarily do not use these.
  2. Do not smoke.
  3. If you are not from the local, please arrange your stay. You may also seek help from us.
  4. If you are wearing braces, please ask your orthodontist to secure your braces with “hooks”.
<p>One week before surgery</p>

One week before surgery

  1. We will help you to arrange some examinations including blood test, ECG exam, X-ray exam and etc. After the examination reports are approved, we will remind you about the pre- and post-surgery instructions before you sign the operation consent. If you are under 18 years old, your legal guardian has to sign the consent for you.
<p>24 hours before surgery</p>

24 hours before surgery

  1. No food or drink should be consumed 8 hours before intravenous or general anesthesia of the surgery.
  2. Clean your face, hair and body the night before surgery or the morning on the day of the surgery.
  3. Before the surgery, brush your teeth and tongue. It is best to also use mouth rinse.
  4. “DO NOT” use any facial skincare products, makeup, lipstick, eyeliner, hair gel, nail polish or perfume.
  5. If you have long hair, please tie up your hair.
  6. Do not wear any necklace or precious accessories.
  7. Do not wear contact lens.
  8. Please prepare lip balm.
  9. Please wear loose and comfortable clothing. Avoid wearing pullover shirt. It is better if the shirt is fastened by zip or buttons.
  10. Please wear shoes that can be easily removed
  11. If there is any issue that we need to be alerted, please inform Dr. Hsieh or our clinic personnel.


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Results of surgery vary among patients. Please consult your doctor.