CONSULTATION with Dr Philippe Kestemont
DOCTOR PHILIPPE KESTEMONT ACCOMPANIES YOU
While cosmetic surgery is now more accessible and popular, it must remain for the patient the result of a well-considered decision. Whether it is a facelift, a rhinoplasty or a blepharoplasty, the procedure remains medical and must be performed by a specialised aesthetic doctor.
By using constantly evolving techniques, for the safety and well-being of the patient, for an ever-improving quality of products and prolonged effectiveness, this practice is becoming more and more professional and requires more and more skills in the anti-ageing approach.
THE PROCESS OF A CONSULTATION
with PHILIPPE KESTEMONT, ESTHETIC DOCTOR
During the first consultation, Dr Kestemont, face and neck surgeon in Nice, will take note of his patient’s medical file in order to define his field of action, his possibilities and constraints related to the patient’s state of health and his medical and surgical history.
The examination will focus on the patient’s personal expectations (facelift, rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty, botox or hyaluronic acid injections), as well as on his or her level of skin ageing, the causes linked to lifestyle, diet and possible hereditary factors, or on the lesions and scars to be repaired.
The analysis made by Dr Philippe Kestemont, aesthetic doctor of the face and neck, allows the patient to know the possibilities of treatment adapted to his particular case (aesthetic surgery or injections) and also allows him to revise his decision in view of the advice given by the practitioner.
Following this first consultation with Dr Philippe Kestemont, aesthetic doctor of the face and neck in Nice, a period of reflection is necessary for the patient to make a well-considered decision.
The act of cosmetic surgery does not fall within the framework of a medical emergency, and therefore gives you plenty of time to think before modifying the appearance of your nose, cheekbones or chin, or before any anti-ageing act (classic or temporal facelift)…
BETTER PREPARE YOURSELF FOR THE INTERVENTION
After the decision has been made and in agreement with the aesthetic doctor Philippe Kestemont, an operation is scheduled.
The patient must then keep himself informed by means of the detailed information sheet on the operation.
A pre-anaesthetic appointment may have been defined, except in the case of an operation performed under local anaesthesia. This appointment must be made at least 48 hours before the operation. The patient will have to stop smoking before any intervention (1 month before and 15 days after).