The  length of stay in the hospital for cosmetic surgery or surgery abroad can vary depending on several factors, including:

  1. Type of cosmetic surgery: The type of cosmetic surgery procedure you undergo can play a significant role in determining how long you’ll need to stay in the hospital. For example, a simple procedure like Botox injections may not require any hospitalization, while a more invasive procedure like a facelift may require an overnight stay.
  2. The extent of surgery: The extent of the cosmetic surgery you undergo can also affect your length of stay in the hospital. For instance, a minor liposuction procedure may only require a short hospital stay, while extensive body contouring surgery may require a longer stay.
  3. Type of Anesthesia:  If the procedure is done under local anesthesia then it will generally not include a night in the hospital. This is referred to as ambulatory care or outpatient.
  4. Overall health condition: Your overall health condition can also impact the length of your hospital stay. If you have any pre-existing medical conditions or are on any medications that may impact your recovery, your surgeon may recommend a longer hospital stay.
  5. Post-operative care requirements: The level of post-operative care required can also impact the length of your hospital stay. If you require extensive post-operative care, such as wound care, physical therapy, or monitoring, your hospital stay may be longer.
  6. Surgeon’s recommendations: Your surgeon may recommend a specific length of hospital stay based on their experience and expertise. They may also take into account your individual circumstances and recommend a longer or shorter stay accordingly.
  7. Type of facility: Some clinics are not licensed for you to stay overnight.  Cosmetic surgery in these clinics is typically cheaper as it does not factor in the cost of a hospital night.

When requesting your firm quote from us, it will indicate the number of nights you will stay in the hospital or not.