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Plastic Surgery Postoperative Care: Fort Myers & Cape Corals #1 Best Caregiver Option.

Plastic Surgery Postoperative Care

Plastic Surgery Postoperative Care

Are you having plastic surgery in Fort Myers or Cape Coral? If so, you should consider your plastic surgery postoperative care plans. You may need the help and support of a professional caregiver from Abby Services.

Do you need Plastic Surgery Postoperative care and assistance?

If you are asking yourself if you need postoperative support, chances are you do. The best person to ask is your physician. Often the answer is a resounding yes. For many, plastic postoperative care is provided by a spouse, family, or friend. Arrangements for postoperative support should be made well in advance. 

How much postoperative support do you need?

Once again, your physician is the one best suited to answer this question. Typically plastic surgery postoperative care is required for the first 24-48 hours. This is to provide support as needed, monitor for complications, and assist as necessary to avoid injury. 

What can your caregiver assist with?

Your plastic surgery postoperative caregiver can assist with many things. The goal is to help you remain independent after your procedure and help to insure you are supported and safe while recovering from anesthesia, and the procedure itself.

Your physician will most likely have standard post-operative instructions. These are important to share with your postoperative caregiver. They will share what to expect, complications to monitor for, activity limitations, when to contact the physician, and other important information.

There are limitations to what your postoperative caregiver can assist with. These are often things that require a higher skill level such as an RN. Fortunately, by working together with your physician’s office there is often an RN available as a resource.  Abby Services also has an in-house RN to help you plan and guide your postoperative care. 

Our nurse, Scott Strachan has the experience and training to help families develop a personalized care plan that addresses the unique needs of plastic surgery postoperative patients. With our support and input, you can develop a postoperative care plan that delivers stability, support, and quality of life.

Together with postoperative instructions provided by your physician, we can work with you to develop clear expectations and guidelines for your private care provider 

By considering your specific situation combined with your physician’s information, we can help to ensure the in-home caregiver you work with has the tools necessary to be sure you have a safe and speedy recovery.

Your caregiver can assist with the following:

Do you need short term or extended postoperative caregiver support?

Short or long term, Abby Services can help. The caregivers we refer can assist you with all of your in-home caregiver needs short or long-term.

Caregivers are available for as little as 4 hours one time, all the way through 24/7, to provide in-home support for as long as you need. 

Often we simply do not know how much postoperative support we need or for how long. That’s why it’s important to have the backing of Abby Services to help insure you have access to the best caregivers in Fort Myers and Cape Coral.

How to arrange for plastic surgery postoperative care.

Should you need the support and assistance of a plastic surgery post-operative caregiver you simply need to call Abby Services at 239-590-0861. Our professionals can answer any questions you have and provide you with the resources to get the help you need. 

All arrangements can be made by email. You will need to complete a service agreement and provide payment. Abby Services accepts all major credit cards, or ACH payment using your checking account.

The following are plastic surgeons in the Cape Coral and Fort Myers area we are proud to have worked with:

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