Like most people, you may think plastic and cosmetic surgery are one in the same. The majority of plastic surgeons are cosmetic surgeons and will use the term “plastic” interchangeably. However, technically, the term is not correct. Both surgeries, although they are closely related to each other, have different outcomes, continue reading.
Distinctions between objectives
The goal of both cosmetic and plastic surgery is to improve the appearance of a patient, however, their research and training differ.
Cosmetic surgery enhances the physical appearance
There are principles, techniques and procedures that aim to enhance the look of the patient. This procedure aims to achieve symmetry, and improve aesthetic appeal. Any part of the body or head can be treated. No cosmetic surgery is required because areas are not affected and still perform their functions. This procedure is carried out by doctors in various medical fields, including surgeons.
Cosmetic surgery includes the following procedures:
Bread Enhancement: Augmentation, Reduction, Lift
Body Contouring – Gynecomastia treatment with Liposuction or Tummy Tuck
Facial Contouring, Chin/Cheek Enhancement, Rhinoplasty
Facelift Neck lift Brow lift Eyelid lift
Skin Rejuvenation: Botox, Filler Treatments, Laser Resurfacing
Plastic Surgery has the goal of correcting defects and restoring normal appearance.
Plastic surgery is the medical speciality that focuses on reconstructing defects of the face and body caused by disease and birth abnormalities. The focus of this specialty is to reconstruct areas that need natural reconstruction and are not functioning well. The training of plastic surgeons is in reconstructive, not cosmetic surgery. American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons renamed itself American Society of Plastic Surgeons (in 1999). In 1999, the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons changed its name to that of the American Society for Plastic Surgery.
The Best Plastic Surgery Techniques
Burn Repair Surgery
Cleft Palate: Extremity Defects, Cleft Palate.
Scar Revision Surgery
Lower Extremity Rehabilitation