Plastic Surgery aims to repair, reconstruct, or improve the body’s appearance or can be used after an accident, illness, or surgery.
This discipline aims to repair, reconstruct, or improve the body’s appearance or can be used after an accident, illness, or surgery. However, a distinction is made between reconstructive plastic surgery, performed following deformities, accidents, or diseases such as cancer, and cosmetic surgery, performed solely to improve physical appearance. The notable difference between cosmetic surgery and other areas of medicine is that the procedure will usually be performed at the patient’s request and not as a result of a professional decision.
Furthermore, a patient’s request is motivated by the need to repair the marks of ageing or pregnancy, congenital deformities, or accidental imperfections that have appeared. In most cases, these factors cause deep-seated complexes and a lack of self-confidence on the part of those who seek cosmetic surgery. Therefore, following this request, the objective of cosmetic surgery will be to transform what is unpleasant into beautiful (according to the patient’s personal definition) while remaining within the framework of the possible and overall harmony of the body and face.
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