There are many types of plastic surgery in the world. It is very hard work only a specialist can perform this surgery. If you are living in Australia, Dr Rebecca Wyten is a surgery specialist and has done various of surgery and with a success rate.
Plastic surgery is done in various parts of the body. Plastic surgeons treat those who are suffering from pathologies that range from congenital anomalies to cancer, trauma, and degenerative or autoimmune conditions. Plastic is inherent in team players. It is because they constantly work alongside other specialties like general surgery, gynecology, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, oral surgery, orthopedic surgery otolaryngology, and urology. They do to reconstruct any anomalies or defects in the body.
There are only a few specialties in medicine that offer the opportunity to be creative and innovative. Because of this, we love plastic surgery.
In this article, we will talk about plastic surgery and some of its types.
Aesthetic (Cosmetic) Surgery
It is defined by (AMA) full form American Medical Association and they defined it in 1989. “Cosmetic surgery is performed to reshape normal structures of the body to improve the patient’s appearance and self-esteem.”
Cosmetic or aesthetic surgery has various rejuvenating procedures and they do this to treat structures of the face for example facelift for age-related changes, rhinoplasty for a large nose, and blepharoplasty for excess eyelid skin. It also treats other parts of the body in which included but not limited to the breast for example breast augmentation and abdomen for example abdominoplasty following pregnancy. The field is not only used for this. It is also used for various injectables for example fillers and neurotoxins, to address asymmetries and age-related changes. Trainees can pursue further fellowship training in the field if they so desire.
Nowadays, it is common in the modern world. It is because of genetic changes. Hair transplantation is a surgical technique and it can be done by plastic surgeons. Hair is transplanted from one part of the body to another part of the body. It is used in areas of balding, or to restore eyelashes, eyebrows, pubic or chest hair. It is also used to fill areas of scarring from prior injuries or surgeries. It is hard work and this only can be done by specialists.
Hand/Upper Extremity Reconstruction
Plastic surgery is not only done on pediatric but also on adult patients with hand/upper extremity deformities. It is related to traumatic, oncologic, and congenital/syndromic etiologies. In Traumatic cases, we may need not only bony fixation but also possibly replantation of all or part of the hand and upper extremity. Further, nerves and tendons can be repaired and also can transfer. They are important techniques for the restoration of sensation and function in the upper extremity
There are many types left for example Migraine Surgery, Oncologic, Pediatric/Craniofacial, Craniofacial Surgery, and so on if you want further details so contact the Dr Rebecca Wyten or visit our website.