Plastic surgery is a branch of surgery that deals with the reconstruction, restoration and alteration of the body of an individual. It has become a common procedure nowadays and a choice of many for varied reasons. It’s more affordable and accessible, but the decision to have the medical procedure is one who’s pros and cons many do not consider. According to one experienced surgeon, the media has done its best to advocate for today’s need for beauty and that perfect look that comes with it. Yet, so many remain with little or no knowledge about plastic surgery. Let me get you informed.
Plastic surgery has two branches, reconstructive surgery and aesthetic surgery. Reconstructive surgery is divided into craniofacial which deals with the skull, head, face, jaw and associated areas. Hand surgery is a microsurgery which is an operation done with the help of a microscope, and burn surgery deals with reconstruction after healing of a burnt area. It purposes to improve the function of a part of the body. Aesthetic surgery, on the other hand, aims at improving the beauty of it.
Before the procedure
You have finally made the decision to go for it, and the goal you want to achieve is clear. What should you consider? Plastic surgery like any surgery has its positive results and the risks involved. First, check that you are healthy enough for surgery. Then understand the risks involved and your readiness to deal with them. Finally, get knowledgeable about the procedure before taking the knife. These are some of the major things you should know beforehand. If there is something you are not okay with, deal with it.
Side effects will come
Some bearable pain will always follow, but the doctor will always give you medication to handle that. Further, some reconstructive surgery with affect seating, standing, walking and other daily activities until you are fully recovered. Other side effects like the failure of implants, organ damage, scarring, nerve damage and blood clots may also occur, especially if you use inexperienced doctors and poor facilities.
Beware of good deals
Always be wary of big price cuts and the offer of new technology. Great price reductions may mean something else, like shortcut procedures which might have you blaming yourself in the end. New technologies are not the best too. Before engaging new procedure, take a deep look as to what might happen in the long-term. Is it known or are the doctors relying on the hope that the new procedure will have fewer side effects than the former procedures?
With the above information, deciding to go for plastic surgery is very easy. As much as some are not options, in case you are involved in an accident, you need to choose the facility and the surgeon well. Reconstructive surgery for beauty is the most sensitive and calls for great caution.…