Things you should know about Cosmetic Surgery.
Cosmetic surgery is a kind of plastic surgery that enhances a person’s beauty it is called the Surgery of appearance, but it should be done with proper guidance and from experts. The goal of surgery is to improve the appearance.
Cosmetic surgery is a broad term and it can be performed on any part of the body. People usually perform it on Face, Thighs, and Stomach.
Plastic surgery refers to the correction of a function related to body defects due to birth disorder, burns, and accidental marks. Plastic surgery is a reconstructive procedure. It has become a major concern to improve the appearance and self-image using reconstructive procedures and cosmetic procedures.
Cosmetic surgery in India has taken a drastic change; more and more people are accepting it and its affordable price shows its value and need. Previously this surgery was conducted for serious issues like burns, broken nose, birthmark on the face, etc. But now the surgery is performed to enhance the overall look of the body.
What is the major need for surgery?
Cosmetic surgery can bring long-lasting changes to your appearance. It is important to understand how these changes will look on you. Before undergoing surgery, discuss your goals with the surgeon and get your queries resolved.
Cosmetic Surgery Procedure:
It has 2 types in it: Reconstructive Surgery and Non-elective cosmetic surgery.
Reconstructive Surgery: This is performed on abnormal structures of the body. The main purpose of surgery is to improve the functionality of a body part but it can be used to approximate a normal appearance.
Non-elective Surgery: If there are appearance issues like a big nose, wrinkles near eyes, or belly fat, cosmetic surgery provides the needful solutions to it. It is also performed for removing aging signs, blemishes, or magnifying the beauty.
Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures:
- Laser treatment to improve acne scars.
- Teeth whitening.
- Botox injection for wrinkle treatment.
- Sclerotherapy treatment of varicose blood vessels.
Risk factors of performing Surgery:
- Any surgery you perform carries a risk factor. Similarly, a person having a history of cardiac disease, lung problems, diabetes or obesity has high chances of developing complications like pneumonia, heart attack or blood clots in the legs or lungs.
- Smoking also increases risks and interferes with healing.
- Infection at the incision site.
- Fluid build-up under the skin
- Numbness and tingling from nerve damage, which may be permanent.