Advanced Plastic Surgery Recovery Care with HBOT

Enhancing Plastic Surgery Recovery With HBOT

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has been increasingly used in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery, and has shown potential benefits in promoting wound healing, reducing the risk of infection, and improving the survival of tissues used in reconstructive procedures. Many surgeons recommend HBOT to their patients. 

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How Does HBOT Help Plastic Surgery Recovery

The Science Behind The Oxygen & Pressure

HBOT boosts plastic surgery recovery. HBOT increases blood flow and accelerates wound repair, collagen production, and new blood vessels, delivering vital nutrients for faster regeneration.

The “increased oxygen supply promote tissue repair and regeneration, reduces swelling and inflammation, and enhances the immune system’s ability to fight infection.” Source

The result? Shorter hospital stays, reduced complications, and happier patients with sleeker, quicker returns to their natural glow. HBOT – it’s not just air, it’s a recovery superpower.

Procedures That Can Benefit From HBOT

Whether a patient’s surgery is cosmetic or reconstructive, hyperbaric therapy is a non-invasive tool that may aid in the healing process and shorten recovery time.

HBOT can help enhance healing, recovery and improve results for the following procedures:

  • Liposuction
  • Rhinoplasty
  • Hair Transplants
  • Fillers/Botox
  • Breast Augmentation/Breast
  • Lift
  • Blepharoplasty/Eyelid
  • Surgery
  • Fat Transfers
  • Tummy Tuck & many more!

HBOT Benefit Breakdown

Physiological Benefits

  • Quicker Healing
  • Less Scarring, Bruising, & Infections

Enhancing Healing & Recovery

  • Fewer Postoperative Complications
  • Minimizes Pain & Discomfort
  • Reduces Inflammation
  • Reduces Swelling

Healing Happens at Cellular Level

  • Enhances Collagen Production
  • Improved Angiogenesis
  • Enhancing Blood Flow to Tissue
  • Induces Fibroblast Activation
  • Promotes Anti-Inflammatory
  • Proteins
  • Stimulates Bone Remodeling
  • Stimulates Neovascularization and Vasodilation

Reduces Risk of Infection

  • Elevates Phagocytosis to Above Normal Levels
  • Enhances Microbial Activity
  • Increases Intracellular Leukocytes


Medical Research for HBOT & Plastic Surgery

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is emerging as a promising tool in plastic surgery, offering potential benefits in wound healing, tissue regeneration, and overall surgical outcomes. We are including some key researches with links to the sources that support the use of HBOT before & after Plastic Surgery.

Wound Healing

Improved Flap Survival: A 2019 review found that HBOT significantly increased flap survival rates in reconstructive surgeries, leading to better aesthetic results and reduced complications


Enhanced Tissue Regeneration: A 2022 study showed HBOT promotes new blood vessel and collagen formation, essential for wound healing and tissue repair, leading to faster healing and reduced scarring

Specific Surgical Applications:

Post-Filler Necrosis: A 2023 case report demonstrates successful use of HBOT in treating post-filler necrosis, potentially offering a valuable tool for managing this rare complication


Facial Rejuvenation: A 2017 study suggests HBOT may improve skin elasticity and collagen production in facial rejuvenation procedures, although further research is needed


Hand Surgery: A 2015 review highlights the potential of HBOT in hand replantation and flap reconstruction, promoting tissue survival and functional recovery


Overall Surgical Outcomes:

Other studies have shown Faster wound healing and lower complication rates due to HBOT, which results in shorter hospital stays and quicker recovery times after surgery. Other studies also indicate patients treated with HBOT after surgery report higher satisfaction with their results and overall experience.

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Conditions Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Supports

Find A Solution To Your Health Concerns

From chronic illnesses and autoimmune conditions, to sleep disorders and plastic surgery recovery, our Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is designed to navigate a wide array of health challenges, guiding you towards optimal wellness through targeted, individualized strategies.

What Medical Conditions Are Covered By My Health Insurance?

Currently, we do not accept insurance for HBOT.

FDA Approved Conditions
We Manage

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) currently recognizes Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) for 14 medical conditions, all of which are generally covered.

Below, you will find links to resources pertaining to the FDA approved conditions and use cases for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. If you have any questions, schedule a consultation with our Hyperbaric Medical Doctor. 

Non-Insurance Covered Conditions We Manage

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) may also benefit many other conditions not yet approved by the FDA. 

Use of HBOT for over 60 medical conditions is approved by other countries around the world and supported by significant, long-standing research. Below is a list of non-covered conditions that have major researched benefits yet to be approved by insurance.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy FAQ

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

From chronic illnesses and autoimmune conditions, to sleep disorders and plastic surgery recovery, our Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is designed to navigate a wide array of health challenges, guiding you towards optimal wellness through targeted, individualized strategies.

Generally, HBOT is considered safe when administered under the supervision of a qualified healthcare professional in a reputable facility. However, it’s essential to understand both the potential benefits and risks before undergoing treatment.

Here’s a breakdown of safety considerations:

Minimal side effects: Most people experience only mild, temporary side effects like ear pressure, fatigue, and sinus discomfort. These usually resolve quickly on their own or with simple measures.

Non-invasive and painless: The treatment itself is comfortable and does not involve needles or surgery.

No drug interactions: HBOT doesn’t interact with medications unless specifically noted by your doctor.

The number of sessions required depends on the condition and individual response. Typically, a treatment plan involving multiple sessions over several weeks is needed. Speak to our Hyperbaric Medical Doctor to get guidance on if Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is right for you and your condition, and what you can expect in each of your sessions.

At our Hyperbaric Therapy Wellness Center in Hollywood! We provide expertly administered hyperbaric treatments overseen by Dr. Safa Maklad, a hyperbaric certified physician. We are committed to upholding stringent hyperbaric safety protocols and ensure the highest standards of care.

The office offers 100% cotton robes to wear during your treatment. During your consultation, we will thoroughly discuss the list of approved and restricted items for the chamber.

It’s best to have a light meal several hours beforehand to avoid nausea. Avoid heavy meals and alcohol within 24 hours of your session.

Staying hydrated beforehand can help your body absorb oxygen more efficiently. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle through diet and exercise may also enhance treatment outcomes.

Some people experience increased energy and improved focus after a session. Others might feel tired or have slight muscle aches, which usually resolve within a day or two.

Treatment response varies depending on the condition being treated and individual factors. It’s crucial to follow our recommended treatment plan and discuss any noticeable changes or lack of progress after several sessions.

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