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Frequently Asked Questions

"How long will it take me to recover from my procedure?"

The answer to this question is different for everyone—depending on the type of procedure and your own body's unique response to surgery. Your doctor will be able to give you approximate recovery times prior to surgery or during your first post-op visit.

"Who can I talk to about billing questions?"

Call 801.375.8858 with any billing questions and concerns.

"When will I know exactly what time I need to be at the hospital or surgery center for surgery?"

The surgical facility will contact you the day before your surgery is scheduled to give you final instructions about exactly when to arrive. If your surgery is scheduled on Monday, you will receive this call on Friday.

"How should I care for my wound? How soon can I get my incisions wet?"

You can generally remove your dressing 72 hours after surgery, but you should leave the steri-strips over the small incisions in place. If the wounds are dry, it's fine to get them wet in the shower. However, you should avoid submerging them in a bathtub for the first week. If the wounds are still wet or oozing fluid, reapply a clean gauze dressing until the incisions are dry.

CALL 801.224.5373 to make an appointment with Dr. Robert Jackson, Dr. Scott Jackson, or Dr. Richard Jackson.


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