Can’t Sleep in Your Favorite Position After Plastic Surgery

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Shwetambara Parakh, MD, FACS | In The Media

This Is Why You Can’t Sleep in Your Favorite Position After Plastic Surgery

… “For patients who have had a tummy tuck or surgery that involves breast implants, it’s best to sleep on a recliner with the head up at 45 degrees for a few weeks,” says Englewood, NJ plastic surgeon Shwetambara Parakh, MD. “It’s crucial to maintain a semi-reclining position and not lay flat while recovering at home.” …

As featured on March 31, 2018

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