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Plastic and cosmetic surgery includes surgical and non-surgical procedures that transform normal body structures to improve appearance and self-esteem.

What is cosmetic surgery?

Cosmetic surgery is a type of plastic surgery used to change a person's appearance to achieve what they perceive to be a more desirable look.

In some cases, cosmetic surgery may be necessary for functional reasons – for example, breast reduction is sometimes used to relieve back or neck pain.

Cosmetic surgery is different from reconstructive plastic surgery, which is a type of surgery used to repair damaged tissue caused by surgery, disease, injury, or abnormality present at birth.

Healthy people with a positive attitude and realistic expectations are suitable candidates for cosmetic procedures. Plastic surgery is a personal choice and should be done by yourself.

Choosing a surgeon

If you decide to have cosmetic surgery, it is important that the surgeon and other medical professionals performing the procedure are fully qualified and experienced in the type of procedure you are having.

You should discuss the procedure in detail with your surgeon. Ask as many questions as you need to so you are fully aware of what the procedure entails, how it will be performed, what the results might be, and what happens if something goes wrong.

Surgical interventions

There are different types of cosmetic surgery procedures. Among the most common include:

  • breast augmentation – surgery to increase breast size using breast implants

  • breast reduction  – surgery to reduce the weight and volume of the breasts

  • eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) – surgery to remove excess skin from the upper and lower eyelids

  • liposuction  – surgery to remove body fat

Speeches  non-surgical

A popular alternative to cosmetic surgery is non-surgical cosmetic procedures. These can change a person's appearance using injections and lasers, for example. common non-surgical procedures include:

  • botulinum toxin injections  – such as the Botox brand; these help relax facial muscles and make fine lines and wrinkles less obvious

  • dermal fillers – injected into wrinkles or folds to fill them in
    chemical peels – these use chemicals to remove the outer layer of skin cells

  • microdermabrasion – this uses fine crystals and a vacuum to remove dead skin cells

  • laser and intense light treatments – such as hair removal.

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The content of this site does not replace any medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Only a health professional is able to answer any question relating to your state of health or to issue a medical opinion, diagnosis or medical treatment. Do not hesitate to seek the advice of your doctor.

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