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Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of breast surgeries are there?

There are many different kinds of breast surgeries that are performed for different reasons. Examples of breast surgery include:

Request a free consultation at Just.Cos for advice on which breast surgery may best suit your personal needs and desires.

How much is breast surgery?

At Just.Cos, our breast surgeries starts at $5,990. At one of our free consultations, you can discuss your choices with one of our experienced surgeons to discover the best breast surgery for you.

Is breast surgery painful?

Most breast surgeries are conducted under general anaesthetic to ensure that you cannot feel any pain. Local anaesthetic procedures also ensure that you do not feel any pain during your surgery, however, there may be some discomfort.

During your recovery period, you may feel some pain, swelling and discomfort until your incisions heal. Your doctor or surgeon may prescribe you pain medication.

How long does it take to fully recover from breast surgery?

There isnโ€™t an exact timeframe that can guarantee your recovery on a certain date; however, your pain and discomfort should significantly reduce after the first 1-2 weeks of recovery.

Depending on your specific breast surgery, you may be able to continue with your daily routine after a couple of days or after 1-2 weeks. Always ensure that you do not partake in any strenuous exercise at least for the first 4 weeks however, you should always follow the recommendations from your surgeon.

When can I drive after breast surgery?

After most breast surgeries, you should be able to drive after 5-7 days. This will also depend on which surgery you have, the recommendations from your surgeon and how you're feeling. Your surgeon will be able to advise you on how long you should wait before driving.

When can I shower after breast surgery?

Showering is usually permitted 24 hours after your breast surgery. Some procedures may require you to wait 48 hours in order to promote healthy incision recovery.