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We offer the opportunity for you to meet the surgeon in Ireland, before you decide on a trip to Lithuania. This way you can meet the surgeon face to face and discuss what procedure you are interested in having. Your questions will be answered and procedure discussed.

We recommend staying at least 5 days after surgery, arriving 1 day before surgery. You will need to stay approximately 1 week in Kaunas. Depending on the surgery this may vary a small bit.

The surgery price includes your consultation with the surgeon and anaesthesiologist, your full blood test, anaesthesia, 1-2 nights stay at the clinic, compression garment (if needed), 2 lymphatic drainage massages after surgery performed at the clinic.

We can recommend great hotels for your stay. If you wish, we can reserve you a room and you can pay on arrival. We will also organise your transfers if you wish, from airport to hotel and between hotel and clinic, at a small price directly paid to the driver.

When you will be planning on surgery, we will send you a short medical history and general health questionnaire. In some cases, the surgeon after review of a client’s questionnaire, asks him/her to have certain tests back home and provide us with results. Such practice is applicable when the surgeon or anaesthesiologist have doubts about the conditions a client has and whether there may be contraindications to the surgery. Having some health tests before arrival helps to make sure a client is suitable for the surgery and there is no added risk. However, in most cases no additional tests are needed, all the necessary health tests are done before the surgery in our clinic.

A small amount will be taken as a deposit several weeks before surgery. The remaining amount can be paid at the clinic before surgery. Card and cash are accepted.

The waiting list is normally 4-6 weeks. However, depending on your flexibility and the clinic’s availability, surgery can be arranged in a shorter time frame.

Our clients stay up to 2 nights at the clinic depending on the scope of the surgery. You will know how many nights stay is required prior to your surgery.

You do not need to bring medication for post-surgery. The clinic will provide you with the needed medication and provide you with a medication pack when leaving the clinic.

Client’s that take prescribed medication, should bring it with them to Lithuania. You may also want to bring a book or a laptop, to keep you entertained during your stay both at clinic and hotel. Don’t forget to bring a plug adapter, as Lithuanian sockets are different. You will be provided with a robe, slippers and some toiletries during your stay, you may want to bring a small toiletry bag. If a client wishes, they can check out of the hotel during the stay at clinic and bring the luggage with them.

You will have no problems with communication as all staff at the clinic speak English.

We always recommend flying with a friend or partner, as you will have someone to keep you company at all times. This always depends on personal preference however; some clients prefer a friend or partner to join after surgery for the return home.

All the stitches are dissolvable; therefore, they will not need to be removed.

You can go back to your normal level of exercise 8 weeks post-surgery, of course it may differ in some cases depending on healing. Healing is very individual from person to person.

Yes, the surgeons visit Ireland every 2-3 weeks.

Complications post-surgery, if any, mostly show up in the first few days after surgery. At this point you will still be in Lithuania, therefor you will be looked after straight away. If you are concerned that there is something wrong with the healing once back home, always get in contact with us. We will let your surgeon know about the situation; he will recommend what to do and what actions to take. If the problem is urgent, you should contact the nearest medical establishment.