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Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is characterized as a surgical specialty devoted to the reconstruction of facial and body defects because of birth disorders, injury, burns, and disease. Plastic surgery is expected to rectify dysfunctional area of the body and is reconstructive in nature. Plastic surgery is also involved with the enhancement of the appearance of a person through restorative/cosmetic surgery.

While numerous plastic surgeons choose to complete additional training and perform restorative/cosmetic surgery also, the premise of their surgical training remains reconstructive plastic surgery.

Plastic surgery has two branches, restorative/cosmetic surgery, and reconstructive plastic surgery. Cosmetic surgery means to enhance the aesthetic appearance of a person, while plastic surgery may incorporate this, or just the reconstruction (reconstructive surgery).

Myths: Some sort of plastic surgery is used in plastic surgery. This is wrong misconception.

Reconstructive Surgery: Reconstructive surgery can be done from head to toe for congenital problem; diseases or injuries acquired during accidents or may be post cancer reconstruction of body parts.

Plastic surgery incorporates various distinctive procedures that usually involve the skin. Operations to remove abundant fat from the abdomen ("tummy tucks"), dermabrasion to acne scars or tattoos, and reshaping the ligament in children's ears ( otoplasty ) are basic uses of plastic surgery.

Here is the some list of procedures of Plastic Surgery:

  • Hand Surgery
  • Trauma – repair of facial trauma and lower limb trauma
  • Congenital Defect Repair: Cleft Palate, Extremity Defect Repair
  • Scar Revision Surgery
  • Craniomaxillofacial Surgeries
  • Congenital –conditions treated include cleft lip and palate, facial and ear deformities, craniofacial defects, genito-urinary anomalies, upper limb anomalies and skin conditions
  • Burn Repair Surgery
  • Breast surgery – reconstruction after cancer, congenital anomalies and cosmetic surgery

Common procedures/interventions

Microsurgery – magnification and little sutures are utilized to join very small arteries, veins and nerves to reestablish the blood or nerve supply to a bit of living tissue

Skin Grafts – a healthy bit of skin is exchanged to another area of the body where the skin is absent or damaged

Tissue Expansion – this procedure permits the body to "develop" additional skin by stretching surrounding tissue

Flap surgery – the exchange of a living piece of tissue starting with one area of the body then onto the next, alongside its blood vessel

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