The Most Popular Type of Cosmetic Surgery

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Cosmetic surgery is a kind of plastic surgery aimed at improving the appearance of a person, but it should be approached with caution. For almost any part of the body, procedures are available, but choosing cosmetic surgery should not be taken lightly. Often the results are permanent, so it is important to be sure of the decision, use a suitable practitioner, and have the right motivation.

A surgeon may refer a patient to surgery for counselling if they believe that there is an underlying problem that can not be resolved through the operation.

Another type of plastic operation is reconstructive surgery. It aims at improving function and giving a normal appearance to a damaged part of the person’s body.

How does cosmetic and plastic surgery differ?

If you’ve always thought one thing about cosmetic and plastic, you’re not alone. A significant number of plastic surgeons choose to concentrate their practise on cosmetic, and the terms are often used interchangeably as such. Technically, however, this is not correct. Cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery are specialities that are closely related, but not the same.

While cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery are both concerned with improving the body of a patient, the overarching philosophies of training, research, and patient outcome goals are different.

Cosmetic surgery: focused on the improvement of the appearance

It is possible to perform cosmetic surgery on all areas of the head, neck, and body. Due to the proper functioning of the treated areas, the cosmetic operation is elective. Doctors from a variety of medical fields, including plastic surgeons, perform cosmetic surgery.

The scope of cosmetic operations includes:

  • Breast Enhancement: Augmentation, Lift, Reduction
  • Body Contouring: Tummy Tuck, Liposuction, Gynecomastia Treatment
  • Facial Rejuvenation: Facelift, Eyelid Lift, Neck Lift, Brow Lift
  • Skin Rejuvenation: Laser Resurfacing, Botox, Filler Treatments
  • Facial Contouring: Rhinoplasty, Chin, or Cheek Enhancement

Plastic Surgery: Focused on repairing defects in order to reconstruct a normal function.

In order to correct the dysfunctional areas of the body, plastic surgery is reconstructive in nature. While many plastic surgeons choose to complete additional training as well as perform cosmetic surgery, reconstructive plastic surgery remains the basis of their surgical training.

Examples of procedures for plastic surgery:

  • Scar Revision Surgery
  • Burn Repair Surgery
  • Breast Reconstruction
  • Hand Surgery

Other procedures for contouring the body:

Buttock increase enhances the buttocks appearance by making them larger. Using liposuction, either the surgeon will graft fat from another part of the patient’s body.

To tighten and lift them, a buttock lift or lower body lift involves removing excess skin from the hips, buttocks, and thighs.

Facial cosmetic surgery:

The purpose of a blepharoplasty is to reshape the eyelids. With age, the skin becomes lax, and the upper lids and bags on the lower lids may drop or hood. It may be functional, cosmetic or both for eyelid surgery. It usually involves removing or repositioning excess skin, fat and may strengthen the muscles and tendons around it.

A brow lift, browplasty, or front lift is designed to remove signs of ageing by raising drooping eyebrows and removing wrinkles or worry lines from the forehead. A more harmonious facial appearance is often achieved in conjunction with other cosmetic procedures.

Chin augmentation is aimed at making the chin more prominent and providing a better balance of facial characteristics. It can be done simultaneously with rhinoplasty, depending on the pre-operative measurements. It can be done with a prosthetic implant or by manipulating the chin bone

Selecting a surgeon :

It is important to choose a surgeon who is qualified and accredited by a professional board, such as the Dr Sahebgowda Shetty of Cosmetic Surgeon in Bangalore.

Dr Sahebgowda Shetty is highly regarded as one of Bangalore’s best surgeons with long-term surgery chores. He went one with an MBBS from the Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences to pursue Mysore Medical College postgraduate (MS) training. Later, he received endoscopic training and worked as an Assistant Professor in Surgery following which he joined a course (MCh) in Plastic Surgery in Mumbai. At present, Dr Shetty is working as a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Fortis Hospital and Sagar Hospital.

  • Board Certified in Skin Surgery
  • 20+ years of experience
  • Over 160 successful Skin Surgery
  • Highly Qualified Staff

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