Smoking 3 months post op Breast aug, BBL , and Tummy tuck. Can anything be in jeopardy after 3 months? (photos)
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Smoking after mommy makeover
Hi and thanks for posting your question!
By 3 months post op, as long as you have not had any wound healing complications thus far, smoking should not negatively impact your post operative course at this point. That being said, smoking cessation is one of the best things you could do for your overall health and you have already done the hard work of quitting-so why start again?
Post operative smoking
As long as your healing is going well, at three months after surgery you should not experience significant risk from smoking. However, it is obviously best for your health to continue to not smoke. You've been without for 7 months. Keep it going!
Smoking 3 months after mommy makeover
At 3 months after surgery, it wouldn't affect your surgery as long as you don't have any active healing issues. Having said that, try to continue your smoking cessation to optimize your overall health!
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Smoking 3 months after mommy make-over and BBL
Thank you for asking about your mommy make-over and BBL.
- The best thing you ever did for your future was to stop smoking for 7 months.
- Although smoking now will be unlikely to affect your immediate healing, it will damage all your tissues and age you early.
- I strongly suggest that you start right back quitting and keep quitting - you will stop permanently if you keep it up.
Always see a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. Best wishes - Elizabeth Morgan MD PHD FACS
Nicotine after surgery
If your wounds have healed well already, I do not believe smoking wound adversely affect your progress, but please discuss with your surgeon.
Thank you for your question. Smoking is not a good idea in the wound healing part of your process. 3 months after you will be okay to smoke if everything has healed well. Best of luck
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