MCM is on a large site. This site has two accommodations and a cafeteria for volunteers. The cafeteria serves a variety of local and foreign dishes. Therefore, MCM life is safe and provides better conditions for work concentration.
[About MCM – Facilities] menu on this website shows pictures of MCM.
- Link to : facilities of MCM site
[Way to Help] menu on this website describes about volunteer service. And you can contact MCM through E-mail or telephone.
- Contact Information
Tel: (+251)11-629-2963, (+251)11-629-542(1~5) (5 lines)
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In 1993, following the request of the Ethiopian government to improve the medical environment, it started at Myungsung Presbyterian Church and opened in 2004 in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa in the name of Christianity Medical Center.
“Do i require any post-surgery follow ups?”
Yes. Your doctor will schedule post-surgery follow ups to check your incision sites to see for any infection or inflammation. They will adjust your medication according to your symptoms and look for complications.
Who are the right candidates for surgery?
Generally, those who are young (< 40 years of age), healthy (BMI < 25), psychologically stable, non-smokers and exercise regularly are considered as right candidates for surgery. When it comes to specific procedures, it changes with each type of procedure.
What’s good: Younger age wanting fuller lips, Older age with naturally thinned lips
What’s not: Recent use of acne creams, lifestyle disease (diabetes), autoimmune disease (rheumatoid, SLE) or allergy to material used.
What’s good: Flat cheeks, Early sagging of cheeks
What’s not: Excessive sagging of cheeks
What’s good: Weak chin
What’s not: Jawline that needs dental work
What’s good: Frown lines, heavy eyebrows
What’s not: Easily scarring forehead, balding
What’s good: Droopy eyelids, puffiness around eyes
What’s not: Crow’s feet, dark circles
What’s good: Large nose +/ a bump, Crooked nose
What’s not: Playing contact sports, thick skin
What’s good: Double chin, sagging, folded skin
What’s not: Rigid skin
Before meeting your surgeon for the first time, here’s a checklist of items you should be carrying:
- Research the procedure and write down all the questions you want to ask the surgeon.
- Any recent (<1 year) medical tests such as blood tests, urine tests, etc.
- If you have any existing medical conditions, bring along your prescription and related medical information.
Most people this it is expensive but it is fair enough