Surgery includes surgical and nonsurgical procedures
that reshape normal structures of the body in order to improve appearance and self-esteem. Physically & mentally healthy individuals with a positive outlook
and realistic expectations are appropriate candidates for cosmetic procedures. Cosmetic surgery is a personal choice and should be done for
yourself, not to fulfill someone else's desires. Elective cosmetic surgery is usually not covered by insurance.
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Reconstructive surgery (Plastic Surgery) is performed on abnormal structures of
the body caused by congenital defects, developmental abnormalities,
trauma, infection, tumors or disease. Plastic Surgery is generally performed to
improve functions, but may also be done to approximate a normal appearance.
Reconstructive surgery is generally covered by most health
insurance policies, although coverage for specific procedures and levels
of coverage may vary greatly.
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Liposuction is a procedure that removes undesired fat deposits from the abdomen, breasts, arms, hips, buttocks, thighs, knees, calves, and ankles. Liposuction is a good technique for improving body shape and proportion, and the procedure leaves very little scarring.
A tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, is a procedure that can extremely reduce the appearance of a bulging abdomen. In this surgical procedure, excess fat and skin are removed from the abdomen area, and abdominal wall muscles are tightened.
BODY CONTOUR SURGERY
Most any part of your body can be contoured to create a more desirable overall body image. Reducing, enlarging, and tightening are all ways certain areas can be reformed and reshaped.
Breast augmentation is a surgery that increases the size of the breasts. Women with underdeveloped breasts and women whose breast size decreased after pregnancy can benefit from breast augmentation. The surgery can also be performed to achieve breast symmetry, in the case where one breast has not developed with the other.
A breast lift is a procedure that can raise and reform sagging breasts. Excess skin can be removed and the breast, nipple, and areola can be moved to a higher location. Some breasts may require a saline implant to correct breast contours.
Back and breast pain and improper posture are medical reasons that may warrant breast reduction surgery. Along with the medical issues, everyday problems, like brassier straps cutting into the skin, are also reasons someone may wish to reduce the size of their breasts. Typically the goal of the surgery is to reduce the breasts to a size in proportion with the rest of the body.
Every year, many women lose their breasts to cancer. Breast reconstruction can help compensate the loss by creating new breasts. Reconstruction can involve using your own tissue or a breast implant.
As the facial skin loosens and wrinkles with age, neck muscles may also weaken. A facelift can help correct these problems by tightening the skin of the face and neck.
A forehead lift can help minimize forehead furrows, drooping eyebrows, and frown lines. The procedure involves removing skin and muscle from the forehead area. The goal of a forehead lift is to restore a refreshed, youthful look in the area above the eyes.
As the body ages, the muscles around the eye weaken, the skin stretches, and excess fat collects. Eyelid surgery can correct sagging upper eyelids and puffy bags below the eyes.
Using the latest in laser technology, this process reduces wrinkles, lines, and skin imperfections. Deep laugh or frown lines, acne scars, and lines around the eyelids, forehead, and mouth can all be treated with laser skin resurfacing.
By narrowing or widening the tip, removing bumps, straightening alignment, and possibly reducing the size, the nose can be contoured to be in proportion with the face. Nasal surgery can also correct injury damage or restructure the internal septum to remedy problems with sinuses and breathing.
Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when tissue applies pressure on the major nerves of the hand. The pressure can cause numbness and aching in the hand, and may impair hand function. It may be the result of overuse, repetitive motions, fluid retention during pregnancy, or arthritis and other diseases. Surgery can relieve pain and restore feeling by cutting the tissue that is applying the pressure. The results of surgery will depend on how much damage has already been done to the nerve.
Hand surgery can repair injured hands by restructuring joints, fractured bones, nerves, tendons, and blood vessels. Surgery may also involve repairing injuries to the skin, such as cuts and burns. Using techniques like grafting, flap surgery, and replantation or transplantation; surgery can restore appearance and function, even in cases of serious injury.
Lesion removal is performed for medical and cosmetic reasons. Some lesions may be cancerous, while others are unsightly. It is always a good idea to get medical advice if you notice significant changes in size and color of your lesion, or if your lesion becomes painful or bleeds. There are several methods of lesion removal ranging from shave excision to laser treatment.
Skin care regimens are available. These highly advanced systems are not available over the counter; they may only be prescribed by a doctor.
SPIDER VEIN THERAPY
Spider veins are small clusters of veins that can appear on the legs. They can be caused by a variety of situations including pregnancy, heredity, and weight gain. Whether blue, red, or purple; these veins are not only unsightly, but may also cause burning, swelling, and aching. A simple procedure, known as sclerotherapy, can treat spider veins. By injecting a sclerosing solution, the procedure causes the veins to collapse and decline from view.