Surgery-Specific Care Programs

  • Rhinoplasty
  • Facial Contouring
  • Facelift
  • Facial Contouring
    & Facelift
  • Breast Augmentation
  • Liposuction
  • Deep Cleansing / Hair Cleansing

    It is a treatment that removes sebum and dead skin cells that have accumulated after surgery. It's crucial to clean thoroughly without touching the surgical site.

  • LED Regeneration Laser Care

    It is a medical LED with a wavelength range useful for skin regeneration. The light energy that is absorbed by cells activates mitochondria and encourages cell regeneration. In addition, it boosts microcirculation and stimulates tissue activity, making it effective not only for regeneration but also for post-operative wound healing, anti-inflammatory action, and pain relief.

  • Cryocell

    It is a treatment that maximizes drug penetration by freezing the skin surface with cryo-electrophoresis. It penetrates moisture into the skin to lessen the redness that follows surgical procedures and additionally helps with rapid skin regeneration.

  • Radio-Frequency Treatment

    To reduce postoperative swelling and bruising, waste products are discharged through lymphatic vessels. Furthermore, by arranging fibers evenly under the skin, it reduces skin roughness, improves skin softness and elasticity, and promotes collagen regeneration after surgery.

  • U-CELL Treatment

    It is a new approach of skin care that simultaneously uses positive ion penetration and micro current vibration. It activates the protein and moisture molecules that make up cells, prevents aging, and speeds up metabolism by shaking cells 1 million times per second. It is effective in treating bruising and edema by preventing platelet clumping.



Compressions applied at intervals can reduce swelling, pain, and bruising while also controlling inflammation.

Cold Compress

Early on after surgery, when bruising and swelling are severe, cold compresses should be applied. Cold compresses reduce swelling, relieve pain, and aid in the treatment of bruises by controlling inflammation. Therefore, it is very beneficial for recovery to continue using cold compresses for 3 to 4 days after surgery. It is important to remember that when using cold compresses, it is advised to place a clean, disinfected gauze or towel between the eyes and the pack in order to protect the surgical site from direct contact with cold air and water. Due to the risk of an ice burn or frost bite, cold packs should also be applied three to five times daily for 10 to 15 minutes at a time.

Warm Compress

After a certain period of time, the bleeding stops, the inflammation subsides, and the increase in tissue fluid enters a lull. From this point forward, cells circulate smoothly and blood vessels expand to help absorb and circulate tissue fluid and relieve bruising. When blood circulation is smooth, damaged tissues can regenerate quickly, allowing the recovery period to be shortened.

Precautions Following Surgery

Post-operative wound management

The most fundamental aspect of wound care is to keep the area around the wound clean at all times. Therefore, the wound dressing must be replaced properly. In fact, depending on the scar or the surgical method used, this part may vary, so you must follow the medical staff's instructions. If antibiotic ointment or eye ointment is prescribed, use it 2-3 times per day as directed by the hospital.

Minimize irritation of the surgical site

It is advised to avoid stimulating the surgical site as much as possible until it has fully recovered. Stimulation includes actions such as touching, moving, or exposing the surgical site to external stimuli.

Therefore, it is advised to stay away from hot, humid environments like saunas until the swelling subsides after surgery.

Furthermore, because the skin at the surgical site is vulnerable, it is important to prevent exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays. UV rays can slow healing, leave scars, and prevent skin from regenerating.

UV rays can inhibit your scar tissue from healing properly. Even if the surgical site is fully recovered, it is advised that you limit your exposure to UV rays as much as you can by wearing protective clothing, hats, sunscreen, and a parasol.

*Complications such as bleeding, infection or inflammation may occur following the surgery, and individual satisfaction may differ: please consult with your surgeon.
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