About Plastic Surgery
The term plastic surgery stems from the Greek word "plastikos" which means to mold or sculpt. It encompasses multiple disciplines in both reconstructive and cosmetic surgery, spanning the gamut of breast reconstruction, craniofacial reconstruction, cleft lip and palate repair, hand surgery and cosmetic enhancement, Modern reconstructive surgical procedures can correct or minimize a wide variety of defects or abnormalities caused by accidents, cancer, disease or congenital anomalies. Reconstructive surgery aims to restore both function and form so patients can enjoy a full and normal life.
The goals of aesthetic surgery are to enhance, rejuvenate, and reshape facial or body features through both invasive techniques (facelift, liposuction, rhinoplasty, abdominoplasty, or breast augmentation) and non-invasive approaches ( botox, collagen, hylaform). Cosmetic procedures tend to make people feel better about themselves since they feel better how they look. From physical restoration and beauty revitalization, both reconstructive and cosmetic Patients can expect to gain self confidence and heightened self esteem.
There is certainly no absolute standard of beauty. That precisely is what makes its pursuit so interesting.' In our guild of Plastic Surgery, the plastic surgeon chisels with his scalpel, and the plastic surgeon sculpts and carves our marble canvas of human flesh and skin into a work of art.