After the operation, your real work begins, recovering from surgery. We recommend having a caregiver, usually a family member, who knows you and knows what to expect following the surgical procedure can be helpful. Arrange for your caregiver to be informed of your progress during and after surgery.

Patients who have a thorough understanding of their follow-up care are better able to manage post-surgical pain and prevent complications. Follow-up care requires work, and that means you and possibly your immediate family or caregivers may have to learn some new skills, such as changing bandages.

Most importantly, you and your loved ones should know how to reach your surgeon’s office once you’re back home, in case you need additional clarification about discharge instructions. Stay in touch with your surgical team during the post operative recovery period, will reduce risks of have serious complications.

Plastic surgery can involve a number of different techniques to move and manipulate body tissue. At your consultation, Dr. Rodolfo Castillo will explains in detail what will happen before, during and after surgery. This will include techniques used at your plastic surgery.

The exact technique used by Dr. Rodolfo Castillo during a plastic procedures depends on a number of factors, including a patient’s anatomy and personal goals, the type and extent of the procedure (extended breast lift vs. breast augmentation), and whether or not another procedure is being performed at the same time.

Every procedure is individualized to a patient’s needs, and our plastic and aesthetic surgeon will tailor his techniques based on patient's tissue, the amount of excess skin to be removed and her/his personal goals. Dr. Rodolfo Castillo will recommend the type procedure that will achieve optimal results with the least conspicuous scarring possible.

Dr. Rodolfo Castillo’s private office is based in the premises of one of the best hospitals in Mexico, CER Hospital a prestige international level hospital located in the City of Tijuana, Baja California, México. Just a short distance drive from Southern California. Also, you can choose Cacho Beauty Med Surgical Center, a new modern medical clinic in the city.

Make an appointment with Dr. Rodolfo Castillo to discuss your facial and body contouring procedures. Our office and surgical facilities are located in Tijuana, Baja California, México.

The office of Dr. Rodolfo Castillo Surgeon is located in the northern of Mexico. This is where Dr. Rodolfo Castillo and her patient care coordinators are based. All surgical procedures, whether facial or body contouring, are performed in Tijuana as well in a private hospital setting at CER Hospital facility.

Our Address: 5th Floor at Diego Rivera 2386, Zona Urbana Rio Tijuana, 22660 Tijuana, B.C., México.

Before undergoing surgery requiring regional or general anesthesia, a full medical history including diagnostic tests is recommended. Part of this medical history requires that you provide candid answers to questions about your general state of health.

Before surgery, you must follow all of plastic surgeon's instructions. This may include cessation of smoking, cut back drinking and stop taking certain types of medications that may increase your risk of abnormal bleeding.

On the day of surgery, you may be asked to avoid eating or drinking anything within a defined time period prior to surgery. Your body normally keeps you from inhaling food you spit up, but anesthesia can stop these reflexes from working. This can cause choking and other complications after surgery. So make sure you follow doctor's instructions about when to stop eating or drinking.

To have plastic surgery is an extremely personal decision and you need to need aware of the benefits, risks and potential complications. Dr. Rodolfo Castillo and his staff will explain in detail the risks associated with surgery. You will be asked to sign consent forms to ensure that you fully understand the procedure you will undergo and any risks and potential complications.

Although all plastic procedures are considered safe, there are certain risks associated. Some of these risks may include infection, scarring, allergic reactions, hematoma or unsatisfactory results. This risks are minimized choosing an experienced doctor and by following all postoperative instructions carefully, including cleansing and at-home treatment regimens, and avoid sun exposure. Your cooperation will influence the outcome of your surgery.

Again, the best option is to contact us to schedule an appointment with our board certified surgeon to discuss your best options. It often takes more than one visit with your surgeon and several phone calls with our qualified staff to feel comfortable with your decision to undergo cosmetic surgery.

Each patient is unique, has their own goals, questions, and concerns, but to achieve a positive life change everyone need to make an informed decisions about plastic surgery.

Perfect candidates for most surgeries are healthy and well-informed patients also they feel good about themselves but have one or two areas they would like to improve beyond what a healthy lifestyle can do.
It is important to have reasonable expectations, and know the risks of the procedure you're considering.

For any procedure, it is very important that our patients must have a body mass index of less than 30. This reduces the risks in OR and in recovery. Also, if the patient BMI is above 30 is not possible to assure a good aesthetic result.

But at last, the best way to determine whether or not you are a good candidate for plastic surgery is to requesting a consultation with us and discuss your goals.

Before surgery, you and and plastic surgeon, Dr. Rodolfo Castillo, will talk about your health, your lifestyle (including exercise, drinking, and smoking), any conditions you have, and any medications or supplements you take. That discussion will help you know if surgery is a good option for you. We can only promise an honest evaluation and recommendation.