This way, you improve your lung ventilation, avoid bronchoconstriction, reduce your chances of thrombosis, reduce chances of pneumothorax... Well basically, as you already know, smoking is not good for anything, and it does increase your operative risk by a lot. It also reduces healing after surgery.
Smokers should stop or cut back on smoking prior to surgery.
You should stop smoking immediately after finding out you are pregnant.
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You should stop smoking immediately after finding out you are pregnant
yes, most Plastic Surgeons will carry out a breast enlargement on smokers. However, you will be strongly advised to stop smoking for six weeks before the operation and six weeks afterwards. Smoking can cause post opertaive complications such as delayed healing.
It depends on how long you have been smoking, if you've been smoking for a few weeks then it might take back another few weeks to get better when you stop smoking it starts to get better.
Patients are usually advised to discontinue taking aspirin and any other medications that thin the blood for two weeks prior to surgery.