Potomac Plastic Surgery

When can I resume regular exercise after surgery for Facial Paralysis?

Strenuous activities or exercise after plastic surgery will increase the risk of bleeding, swelling, and bruising, until an appropriate healing time has been allowed. This restriction during the recovery period varies based on the operation performed and patient's medical condition. Light activities, such as slow walking, may be performed soon after anesthesia. Heavy activity, such …

Potomac Plastic Surgery

What health conditions threaten a successful recovery after surgery for Facial Paralysis?

Dr. Chaboki performs a complete history and physical on all patients prior to undergoing cosmetic treatments. Surgery for facial paralysis in Washington, DC may usually be safely performed on many chronic, stable medical conditions. However, surgery for facial paralysis may be delayed or cancelled as needed for patient safety. Dr. Chaboki will work with his …

Potomac Plastic Surgery

Where is surgery for Facial Paralysis performed?

Dr. Chaboki practices facial plastic surgery at several DC area surgical facilities to accommodate his patients. Cosmetic treatments such as Botox Cosmetic and minor procedures with local anesthesia are performed in the DC office. Surgical procedures with IV (twilight) sedation or general anesthesia are performed at accredited facilities with a board-certified anesthesiologist. Georgetown University Medical …