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Do They Routinely Check For St Ds Before Doing Cosmetic Surgery
Very rarely: Find a qualified board certified plastic surgeon, have your surgery in an accredited facility with board certified anesthesiologists, and minimize your risks. Cosmetic surgery done in an appropriate setting with qualified surgeons and anesthesiologists, and done well has an extremely low mortality rate. Read moreSee 10 more doctor answers
3D comes 2 cosmetics: 3D printers are already being used for maxillofacial and craniofacial indications for selected reconstructive conditions. See this report from the BBC: http://www. Bbc. Com/news/uk-wales-26534408 Read more
Press on, carefully!: Friends' lack of support falls into several categories: genuinely thinking you are making a mistake by getting a procedure with which you are unlikely to be pleased, concern that you are doing it for the wrong reasons (to please a partner, for example), or simple jealousy of the courage or finances it takes to have the procedure! Examine your own heart and your relationship with your doctor! Read more
Chin Augmentation: Chin augmentation most often is used to restore balance to the face due to a weak chin (underprojecting in profile). Chin implants can also create a wider, stronger chin. They can also be used to lengthen the face slightly. For more information: https://pacificcenterplasticsurgery. Com/procedures/face/chin-augmentation/ Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Risks: The risk of a specific cosmetic operation will depend on the specific patient's condition and the specific procedure performed. In other words, every procedure has its own set of potential risk/complications. Careful selection of surgeon and education about the potential risk/complications are important, prior to proceeding with any type of cosmetic procedure. Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Very similar: Cosmetic surgery is typically performed for the specific purpose of improved appearance (elective), and is performed by plastic surgeons and other board qualified surgeons. Plastic surgery is typically thought of as reconstructive, i.e. Surgery aimed at improvement of function or damage repair. Plastic surgeons also often do cosmetic surgery and often advertise as such. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes.: If the teeth are in a normal position, a chin implant is good for a "slightly" small chin; if lots of projection is needed, movement of the chin itself is the best option. However, if the teeth are in an abnormal position, formal jaw surgery (moving teeth and chin together) may be necessary. See a plastic surgeon who can examine you and discuss which option would be best for you. Read moreSee 11 more doctor answers
Tough--I'll try: Make sure that the result is all it can be by having a frank discussion with your surgeon to explain your unhappiness. A second opinion might help. If the surgeons feel the result is good, it may be that your hopes were too high for what the surgery would accomplish. Please talk to your surgeon and your primary care doctor. Finding a project to work on can help you not dwell on it too much. Read moreSee 8 more doctor answers
Definitely!: Facelifts (not mini-facelifts) usually include lifting the neck so as to tighten and smooth neck muscle and skin. Prominent "cords" (platysma muscle edges) in the front of the neck can be addressed during a facelift, as well. More difficult to treat are transverse neck creases. Read moreSee 12 more doctor answers
Genioplasty?: Presuming that your lower jaw and teeth are reasonably normal, your chin can be augmented either with a chin implant or by advancing the chin bone slightly to improve your appearance. If the problem is that the whole lower jaw is small or abnormal then jaw advancement surgery (a more significant procedure) may be indicated. You should see a plastic surgeon or oral surgeon about the correct option. Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Skin care: Every individual has a unique problem when it comes to facial skin. Mere blackheads may get a nice headstart from a quality facial, but long term results are best achieved with a prescription grade skin care line such as obagi clenziderm, skinceuticals, etc. Plastic surgery is best reserved for scarring resulting from cystic acne. Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
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