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An appointment was made for her to be seen the following week to have the procedure carried out under Local Anaesthetic in the office. She was told that she should bring someone to accompany her just in case she felt faint or was in pain afterwards. She was told that the injections might sting, but the procedure itself would not hurt. She was also told however that there may be reasonably severe pain for quite a few days post-operatively and that there may be considerable swelling. She was also told that it is difficult to get a perfectly satisfactory cosmetic result because of the laxness of the tissues in the area.