The consultations are taking place at the medical practice 10 rue de la Pompe Paris 16
Phone : +33 (0)1 45 63 13 20
During the first, the surgeon will give you a detailed quotation.
The surgeon will inform you about the procedure. You will be clearly explained the risks, side effects as well as possible complications of a plastic surgery. Make sure you know all the risks associated with the surgery : expected side effects (such as pain during recovery and scarring), other possible complications … Your surgeon is able to give you all the necessary explanations and to detail them in writing. While it is tempting to avoid considering these issues, it is better to be fully aware of both the risks and the benefits in order to make the right decision. After reviewing and understanding your expectations, a detailed information sheet on the intervention of the French Society of Plastic Surgery, reconstructive and Esthetics (Sofcpre) and a detailed quotation will be given to you.
The objective of this first consultation is to get acquainted with the chosen surgeon by establishing a sincere dialogue with him, but also to leave his cabinet with a clearer vision of your needs and the desired operation but also to leave his cabinet with a clearer vision of your needs and the desired operation.
- Dr. POIGNONEC’s consultations are held Monday through Friday by appointment, in his medical practice located in Paris. This is a privileged time to talk about your motivations regarding your requests for surgery or cosmetic medicine.
- A photograph is also carried out with computer simulation in some cases.
- This first consultation can last 45 minutes or more. At the end of the document, a precise documentation of the interventions or the aesthetic acts you are interested in is given to you.
- This first consultation is charged like an act of advice.
- consultations and follow-up appointments or post injection are free.
- do not hesitate to ask any questions you wish to Dr. POIGNONEC or his assistants.
after a necessary period of reflection of at least 15 days
The 2th consultation is indispensable and free, you will be informed again about the pros and cons of the intervention. All the questions you ask will be processed and all the points still blurred will be clarified. Once the objectives have been determined together with the expected results. Whatever intervention you are going to make, the surgeon will be the only one to decide the feasibility. You will then be asked to sign the quotation and the free and informed consent of the patient.
After confirmation of the date of the intervention, all documents relating to the intervention will be given to you by the Secretary, pre admission sheet.
when to make an appointment with the anesthesiologist?
Consultation with the anaesthetist is fundamental. It is carried out 15 days before the intervention. The anesthesiologist informs you of your medical history, controls the preoperative checkup requested by the surgeon, ensures that there is no contraindication to anesthesia.
The stay at the clinic is usually organized a few hours before the intervention.
2 pre-operative showers will be taken at the clinic.
Anesthesia is administered according to the highest safety criteria. The operating unit has a wake-up room where a specialised nurse accompanies patients after their surgery.
Post Operative Consultation
The follow-up post operation in consultation is free
The first dressing is done at the end of the procedure. Exit orders are delivered to you, as well as a post-op consultation appointment a few days later at medical practice
questions to ask the plastic surgeon:
You will get optimum results if you communicate openly with your surgeon and if you set realistic goals. A good understanding of your goals, expectations and motivation is essential for a successful partnership between you and your surgeon. You will then determine together if plastic surgery is the right choice for you.During your consultation, do not hesitate to ask the following questions to the surgeon :
- are you certified by the College of Physicians?
- are you accredited by the High Health authority HAS ?
- What are the professional organizations you are a member of?
- are you a member of the French Society of Plastic Surgery, reconstructive and aesthetics S.o.F.C.P.R.E?
- have you been trained specifically in the field of plastic surgery?
- How many years of training in plastic surgery have you followed and what are your qualifications?
- What is your experience in the exercise of this operation and how many such procedures have you done?
- What should I do or not do before I have surgery?
- what type of anesthesia will I be exposed to?
- where will the operation take place?
- what is the duration of the operation and the length of the hospitalization?
- What will be the operative suites, the recovery period and the type of pain generated?
- What will be the fixed time?
- What are the risks, side effects and possible complications associated with the intervention?
- What are the follow-up measures at the clinic in case of a problem, or if I feel that my recovery is complicated?
- How are complications treated?
- What are the options if I am not satisfied with the result of my surgery?
- What is the healing time?
- do you have pictures “before and after” For each procedure?
- what real profit can I get after intervention?
- will I need to be absent from work? If so, how long?
- at what point do I get definitive results?
- What is the total cost of the intervention?
ask the right questions in order to make the right choice.
Before the appointment or in consultation :
Take the case of the facelift: Is it better to opt for a full facelift or a localized facelift?
For example, a frontal facelift combined with a neck lift will systematically call for the lifting of the eyelids and cheeks later.
But in anticipation, by planning to group the interventions, one avoids several anesthesias, several passages to the surgical unit, stays in the clinic and preoperative costs.
This point can be discussed with the surgeon; It is there to answer this kind of interrogation but also to bring all the elements allowing the final decision of the patient.
In addition, it is not necessary to pack but to think about the consequences that a change may entail.
Changing your chest always creates a change of lingerie, refining your body generates the purchase of new clothes.
In fact, the question to be asked is : Can I afford these other fees?
If these new purchases are impossible to achieve in the immediate future, the patient will be frustrated by not being able to put her new assets in value and her satisfaction is incomplete.
Other parameters are to be taken into account. In particular about the patient-surgeon relationship, has the current been passed?
Indeed, you must feel comfortable with your surgeon, enough to be able to ask him any questions you want.
This one has to take its time to respond, to listen to you, to reassure you.
The surgeon must also describe to you all the steps of your intervention, to make you aware of the limitations of plastic surgery and its stresses (anesthesia, pain, scarring, etc.).
- On face to face with the surgeon, express your wish, talk about what disturbs you, without complex.
- very often everything remains confusing because mingled with a lot of emotions.
- That is why you need to clearly define your expectations and ensure that they have been heard.
- If your objectives are not clearly expressed, you may be dissatisfied with the result.
- Do not be afraid of your request.
- Your doctor is a professional who can hear everything, he is not there to judge you but to help you.
Mis à jour le: 23 October 2019 [MàJ]