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Plastic Surgery Knee Lift
My leg is different it means one is small how can I get relief from this problem. With the help of plastic surgery can my problem is solved?
Can you be more:
Can you be more about which part of the leg and how they are different.
An in person consultation will be more helpful.
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Hello doctor in an accident on my left leg I lost skin so I had a skin grafting surgery but my leg doesn't look good can I have plastic surgery?
Cherish your scar: You're free to ask a plastic surgeon about scar revision, but let's think. You're a 20 year old man. You had a nasty accident and your survived, and kept your leg. You surely have a great story to tell, and other men will admire your scar. Most women will think it's cool, too. We buy tattoos; we can only earn scars. A man's good looks come from physical fitness. This is entirely under your control ...Read more
I had a plastic soft tissue regeneration surgery recently below the knee. Is it safe to masturbate now? I have a bone grafting surgery within 2 month
What is the procedure for getting a butt lift? And do men ever get plastic surgery work done on them like women get work done?
Is Voluma a good option for someone wanting a bit of a face "lift" but not yet ready for plastic surgery? How long does it last? Any side effects?
Fillers in the face: Voluma is filler that can be used strategically in the face to augment depressions. It is an office procedure. It is not a lifting procedure but gives temporary effect of attenuation of certain lines or depressions. It last longer than some other HA agents. At younger age it may be the better option over surgery to address patient concerns. ...Read more
Plastic surgery #: what is the difference between a brow lift and a forehead lift? Seem to be used interchangably but are technically different?
Same: These two procedures are the same just vernacular. ...Read more
My girlfriend’s developed earlier than I did. I get teased by everyone. Should I have plastic surgery?
Many types: Plastic is derived from the Latin word plasticus and the Greek word plastikos, meaning to shape or mold. Shifting tissue has been around for thousands of years. Plastic Surgeons do Hand, Micro, Reconstructive, Aesthetic, Cosmetic Surgery. Best to look for a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon before getting work done. "Most common", would then depend on the type of surgery. ...Read more
Male plastic surgery: One's image is vital to most every aspect of her or his life, be it personal or professional. More men are drawn to plastic surgery today, as trends in plastic surgery are moving away from an overly "done" look and instead moving towards subtle, natural appearing results. Procedures should be customized for men to prevent results that feminize the patient. ...Read more
Greatly varies: This will vary tremendously with the techniques used and may involve relatively modest costs if treatable with injections and/or lasers. However, if more extensive or complicated it could require multiple stages procedures with different specialists and imaging or interventions. First discuss with a board certified plastic surgeon. Many offer complimentary consultations. ...Read more
Hopefully better!: Plastic surgery at any age may be reconstructive or cosmetic. Most common perceptions are that it is all cosmetic. For a healthy 70 year old who feels 50, typical procedures are directed at facial rejuvenation, such as a facelift to make you look closer in age to how you feel. Have a consultation with a plastic surgeon to discuss your options! ...Read more
Too much: There are many procedures which have been referred to as the barbie plastic surgery so I am not sure if I am answering the question you have posed. However, multiple and repeated procedures on any body part may result in excessive scar tissue which may not lead to successful wound healing. The risks of any surgery includes infection, bleeding, wound breakdown, over/under correction, scarring, . .. ...Read more
Career based on look: When your career is based significantly upon your looks in addition to your acting talent, it is no doubt that celebrities will seek any and all remedies to improve one's physical appearance. ...Read more
Trust your instincts: First, check out the doctor's credentials. Make sure you find a plastic surgeon who is certified by the american board of plastic surgery. Second, meet with the plastic surgeon and tell them honestly what your goals are. Lastly, after meeting with them, make sure you trust what they are telling you and that you believe they can give you the results you are looking for. ...Read more
Should be: There are two kinds of "plastic surgery". Reconstructive and cosmetic/aesthetic surgery. Both of these types of procedures should become part of your medical record as it could affect future treatements you need for medical conditions. Your doctors should know about all your prior procedures as it can give good insight into future surgical procedures and choices of needed procedures, . ...Read more
Plastic v cosmetic: There is a great amount of variation in the types of procedures that plastic surgeons perform that range from congenital to acquired conditions as well as functional/reconstructive procedures. Given this range, some even consider in utero repair of fetal cleft lip (experimental) and up to 90 years of age. I believe you meant, cosmetic plastic procedure performed after maturity & age of consent-18. ...Read more
Many factors:1, 2 &3:
1) have you done your best to improve the conditions for which you seek treatment using proper diet, exercise, and hygiene or maintenance?
2) are you educated about realistic expectations?
3) have you sought consultations with respected, experience, qualified and board certified plastic surgeons?
4) have you been made aware or educated about risks, alternatives, and benefits?
I wish you the best! ...Read more
Depends on procedure:
It really depends on the patient, the type of procedure and the type of work the patients does.
Occasionally the patient can return to work the same day, however usually days or weeks are required for recovery. ...Read more
Plastic Surgery: I think you mean insurance covered Plastic surgeon conditions. Examples are: Lacerations, facial fractures, septum deviation, cancer reconstruction, burn skin grafts, excision of lesions, hand surgery, breast reduction/reconstruction, congenital reconstruction. Just to name a few... ...Read more
Depends on surgery:
Different procedures have different amounts of pain. New medications such as Exparel or pain pumps can be used to help with post op pain. Talk to your doctor about you concerns and they can guide you through your postoperative care.
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Why would you care?: And why would she care to share? As her social media states, she had breast surgery. ...Read more
Speak to friends:
You can ask your family doc to make a recommendation or go on line and do the search on a procedure of interest and most likely you will find the most experienced plastic surgeon. Do some back ground check on that MD.
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Under 18 you need parental consent.
You need to be at least 18 years old to get saline breast implants for cosmetic purposes.
You need to be at least 22 years old to get silicone breast implants for cosmetic purposes.
Both saline and silicone implants can be used under 18 for reconstructive surgery. ...Read more
Slim cheeks: Yes. Loss weight.Get a more detailed answer ›