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Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is a medical field that uses surgical techniques to improve the shape, function, or appearance of tissues and structures in the body. This comprehensive field includes both addressing aesthetic concerns and making functional improvements. Aesthetic plastic surgery aims to enhance individuals' outward appearances and typically includes procedures such as rhinoplasty, breast augmentation or reduction, abdominoplasty, facelift, and liposuction. Aesthetic plastic surgery can increase a person's self-confidence, improve their social relationships, and have positive effects on their psychological well-being.

Reconstructive plastic surgery, on the other hand, aims to correct tissue losses or deformities resulting from trauma, burns, cancer surgery, or congenital anomalies. These surgical interventions aim to improve patients' functionality and quality of life. Various procedures fall under reconstructive plastic surgery, including breast reconstruction, burn treatment, facial reconstruction, and hand surgery.

Reconstructive plastic surgery can help restore both the physical and emotional well-being of patients, allowing them to return to normal life. Although plastic surgery procedures are generally safe, like any surgical intervention, they carry risks. These risks may include infection, bleeding, tissue loss, sensory loss, poor wound healing, and unaesthetic outcomes. Therefore, it is important to determine the appropriate procedures for each patient and conduct a detailed evaluation before surgery. Proper planning under the supervision of a skilled plastic surgeon and good communication with the patient can help achieve successful outcomes.

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