A plastic surgeon is a medical professional who specializes in the field of plastic surgery, which involves the surgical and non-surgical alteration or restoration of the human body’s form and function. Plastic surgery encompasses a wide range of procedures, both cosmetic and reconstructive, aimed at enhancing or repairing various aspects of a person’s appearance and physical health.
Microsurgery is a specialized technique used in plastic surgery to repair small blood vessels and nerves. It is often employed in complex reconstructive procedures where precision is essential, such as tissue transplantation.
Breast Augmentation: Enhancement of breast size and shape using implants or fat transfer.
Breast Reduction: Reducing breast size to alleviate discomfort and improve aesthetics.
Breast Lift (Mastopexy): Lifting and reshaping sagging breasts for a more youthful appearance.
Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty): Removal of excess abdominal skin and fat to create a flatter and firmer abdomen.
Liposuction: Surgical removal of localized fat deposits to improve body contour.
Rhinoplasty (Nose Job): Reshaping and resizing the nose to enhance facial harmony.
Trauma Reconstruction: Repairing facial and body deformities resulting from accidents or injuries.
Hand Surgery: Treating conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome, hand injuries, and congenital hand deformities.
Microsurgery: Reattaching severed body parts, reconstructing blood vessels, and nerve repair.
Gender Confirmation Surgery (Gender Reassignment Surgery): Providing surgical procedures to align physical characteristics with gender identity.
Scar Revision: Minimizing the appearance of scars through surgical or non-surgical methods.
Congenital Deformity Correction: Correcting birth defects such as ear deformities, webbed fingers, and more.a