Must Do’s in Your Research into Your Plastic Surgery Procedure

Research Plastic Surgery

Research Research Research. Of course, you’re probably sick of us saying it. But in today’s world with all this information and technology at our fingertips, it doesn’t have to be that hard. Dr Damian Marucci has created some podcasts that make it extremely easy for you to hear some essentials about any surgery you might be undertaking, as well as some specifics on breast augmentation. We love them, and you will too. Put these podcasts on your “must do’s” when researching your surgery.

Podcasts are essentially just audio recordings that you can listen to. You can even have them playing in the background while you do something else.

Damian Marucci
Dr Damian Marucci
Cosmetic Plastic Reconstructive Surgeon

What does Dr Marucci talk about?

He covers several regularly asked about topics including:

  • Anaesthesia and plastic surgery
  • Breast Reconstruction with Free Flaps
  • Breast Reconstruction with Implants
  • Breast reconstruction with latissimus dorsi flap
  • Surgery Risks and Complications
  • Wound Care After Skin Graft Surgery
  • Wound Care After Minor Surgery

It doesn’t cost you a cent to listen to Dr Marucci’s podcasts, and you’ll be doing yourself a favour if you do. With so many people jumping into plastic surgery without getting informed, and then having regrets afterwards… don’t you be one of them. One of the things patients constantly underestimate the importance of is wound care and recovery after surgery. Dr Marucci dedicates two podcasts to this important subject, and gives us his surgeon’s inside information on how to increase your chances of better wound recovery (less scarring!!).

You can check out Dr Marucci’s podcasts on iTunes here.

Here at the Hub, we also believe that Podcasts are one of the best ways to relay information to consumers or patients, so if after listening to Dr Marucci’s podcasts, you want more, check out the Plastic Surgery Hub podcasts (we have 31 of them so far, and counting!).