A Close Look at Plastic Surgery

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Plastic-term operation is a general term that refers to the manual or instrumental treatment or surgery is performed for functional or aesthetic reasons or purposes. The word 'plastic' is derived from the ancient Greek word 'plastikos' which means to mould.

o Reconstruction face plastic surgery. This area of plastic surgery concentrates on removing the masking or destruction on the face or the outside of the body. Shape surgery? Bu plastics include closing defects with flaps of skin grafting regional, local or remote. Through a network of procedures from other parts of the body is transferred to another section.

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o Cosmetic or Aesthetic surgery is the most traditional form of plastic surgery today. Form of plastic surgery most of the time is made to modify or enhance the features on the face or the body that the patient finds ugly or unattractive. Examples of this kind of plastic surgery are breast reduction or breast implants.

Disciplines related to plastic surgery

Of history and two wide fields of plastic surgery, they can be subdivided. The American Board of Plastic Surgery also includes a study or further progress in specific disciplines related to the following:

o Craniofacial surgery. Plastic surgery involves a form of treatment or surgery to modify the natural physical disability or in-born, It covers cleft lip palate, craniosynostosis and other defects in the face because of the cause of birth and physical development.

o Hand surgery is another discipline where plastic surgeons are trained. They receive full training in the discipline.

o Maxillofacial surgery is a form of plastic surgery that involves the jaw or jaw and face. fields grow or emerge from the contributions and advances in both oral surgery and plastic surgery. 

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