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Plastic surgery is divided into two main categories: reconstructive and cosmetic. Reconstructive plastic surgery aims to improve function; however, it may also involve trying to approximate normal appearance, but that is not its primary function. Cosmetic surgery aims to improve the aesthetic appearance of a person.

In the past cosmetic surgery was once reserved for the rich and famous, it is now becoming popular over the yearsamongst the general public as it is now more affordable and safe.

The goal of cosmetic surgery is to improve a person's appearance and, thus, self-confidence by changing the way she or he looks and helps them to fulfill their social, and career potentials. By enhancing your physical assets, correcting an imbalance, or setting right a congenital defect, the surgery can make a big difference in your looks and therefore, your social and personal life. Cosmetic surgery patients could experience more joy in life, a higher sense of satisfaction, greater self-esteem, and experienced less anxiety and felt healthier overall.It is proven that following plastic surgery there is dramatic improvement in people's lives, physically and emotionally.

Cosmetic surgery can be performed on any part of the face and body. The most popular procedures performed during last year arebreast augmentation, liposuction, abdominoplasty, eyelid surgery and rhinoplasty.

Given the growing number of cosmetic surgery and enhancement patients, more and more plastic surgeons are offering a variety of procedures.Along with the growth in cosmetic procedures, the plastic surgeons demonstrate recent techniques and technologies allow for more subtle, natural change and offer some of the most desirable results sought by patients today. As a result, both males and females – from all walks of life are part of the growing enhancement trend.

Clearly, this trend is indicative of "self-improvement" of a different kind.

"Most people are motivated to undergo cosmetic surgery because of body-image dissatisfaction. They want to look normal—that is, they don't want to stand out in an obvious way…which makes them feel self-conscious

Plastic surgery doesn't fix everything. Some people worry obsessively about a minor defect and undergo multiple cosmetic surgeries, but are never satisfied.

*The information presented on this website is intended to be used for information use only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice. If you are planning on having a procedure or if there is anything you don’t understand , or have questions about your procedure please consult , our doctor, who will be happy to give you details to all our questions.

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