If you’re planning a trip to undergo a cosmetic procedure, you’ve hopefully done your due diligence in vetting your surgeon, ensuring he or she is board-certified in their specialty and practicing within scope. You’ve most likely researched their experience performing the procedure of your choosing, scoured the before-and-after images and have had a consultation that has made you feel comfortable and secure about your choice. But what about the trip back home?

While there’s nothing better than arriving home to continue the healing process in the comfort of your own bed, oftentimes the excitement and nervousness about undergoing a surgical procedure may hinder the foresight needed to consider what you need to make it home safely and comfortably. Here, top plastic surgeons share their best tips on what you should never do when charting your way back home.

Daniel J. Liebertz, MD. is featured in the article, “6 Things You Should Never Do When Traveling After Plastic Surgery” on New Beauty’s website. Click here to read the full article.

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