If surgery has been chosen as the next reasonable step for your current condition. We take the surgical process very seriously and would not offer a surgical procedure unless it has been felt that it’s the best option for you. Every effort has been made to make this event as safe and successful as possible. However, there is no guarantee that problems will not arise or that your result will be exactly as expected, or hoped for, by you or your surgeon. You should understand that there are risks involved with every surgical procedure. In addition to the general risks, there are additional rare and unusual problems that may occasionally arise.
General uncommon risks associated with surgery are:
You should remember, however, that most of these complications are extremely rare. Your surgeon, anaesthetist and nursing teams are trained to make your surgery as safe and effective as possible. Please ask any questions you may have, no matter how unimportant or insignificant they may seem. You should feel comfortable with your level of understanding regarding your upcoming surgery.