Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is a broad surgical specialty that encompasses a wide range of procedures aimed at restoring form and function, as well as enhancing appearance.

It encompasses two main branches: reconstructive surgery and cosmetic surgery.

Reconstructive surgery focuses on restoring form and function to areas of the body that have been affected by injury, illness, or congenital defects. This includes procedures such as craniofacial, hand, burn, and reconstructive breast surgery.

Cosmetic surgery, also known as aesthetic surgery, focuses on enhancing the appearance of the face and body. This includes procedures such as facelifts, breast augmentation, liposuction, rhinoplasty, and tummy tucks.

Plastic surgery is a complex and specialized field that requires extensive training and experience.

Plastic surgeons must complete medical school, a residency in general surgery, and additional fellowship training in plastic surgery.

They must be skilled in both surgical techniques and artistic sensibilities to achieve both functional and aesthetic goals.

In this section, you will learn everything you want to know, including the reason, what it does, types, costs, failures, side effects, and before and after photos of the procedure.