Selecting the right plastic doctor can mean the difference between looking plastic and overdone versus achieving a natural look in breasts or other areas like the face, body or chest. The surgeon you choose will be able to improve your appearance in an organic way. Plastic surgeons are required to be highly experienced and knowledgeable in the field of plastic surgery.
A plastic surgery procedure’s goal is to provide subtle, yet natural, results. These include enhancing certain areas, such as the face, eyelids, breasts and body. Facelifts and eyelid surgeries can be used to achieve harmony between facial features. This includes the nose, ears, chin and lips. They also help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, lines and loose skin. You can achieve your desired shape with many plastic surgery procedures including breast implants or breast augmentation. Body and breast lifts are also popular, as is liposuction.
Plastic surgery procedures that are aimed at improving the aesthetics of a patient’s appearance can include medical or surgical techniques. These techniques aim to either restore, maintain or improve a person’s appearance beyond an average appearance to reach optimum appearance. A total of 12 million cosmetic procedures have been performed in America in 2007, compared to 11 million in 2006. The four most commonly performed procedures are liposuction surgery, breast enhancement, abdominoplasty and eyelid surgeries. Some of most popular cosmetic and aesthetic surgeries include:
– Breast Implant
– Breast lift
– Reduction of beast
– The eyelids can be removed with this procedure
– Facial Lift
– Chin implant
– Rhinoplasty (nose job)
– Brow lift, plus more
A plastic surgeon’s job is complex, which means you want to make sure you pick someone who you can trust. ASPS member doctors have been trained in at least five surgical years, and two of those were spent in plastics surgery. This surgeon also has extensive experience in breast surgery and reconstructive procedures. ASPS is a member of the American Society for Plastic Surgery. They adhere to an ethical code and work only with accredited medical centers. ASPS-certified plastic surgeons must fulfill continuing medical requirements including standards and innovations for patient safety, and are board certified by American Board of Plastic Surgery.