Plastic Surgery


Are you interested in Plastic Surgery?

Plastic surgery is a medical operation that aids in the modification, repair, or reconstruction of a person’s physical appearance or ability. Many people believe that plastic surgery is only used to improve one’s physical appearance, however, it was also developed to fix deformities caused by birth defects, disease, or injury. Plastic surgery not only improves your appearance but also boosts your self-esteem and self-confidence.

There are two sorts of surgery: cosmetic and reconstructive. Cosmetic surgery alters your physical appearance, whilst reconstructive surgery corrects abnormalities. Rhinoplasty, otoplasty, dimpleplasty, buccal fat removal, and facelift are examples of cosmetic plastic procedures, whereas septoplasty, blepharoplasty, and gynaecomastectomy are examples of reconstructive plastic surgeries.

A person who undergoes plastic surgery could face criticism for altering their appearance or be labeled as insecure, but if the procedure makes you feel better, it doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks. Your self-esteem and confidence may improve as a result of plastic surgery, which is an advantage for you.

We cordially invite you to visit our Healthy Choice Aesthetic Hospital if you’re interested in both cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery.

Is it painful to have Plastic Surgery?

People may ask if plastic surgery causes unbearable pain; the answer is that it is less painful than you may anticipate. Pain tolerance varies from person to person. A person with a lower pain tolerance can have a painful consequence, whereas a physically strong individual is likely to have less pain experience.

Similarly, younger people may feel a little more pain than older people since they do not have as much pain tolerance as older people. In addition, anesthesia is administered to the patient before the treatment, with the primary purpose of reducing pain throughout the procedure. Overall, surgeons are well-versed in surgery, and they employ certain medicines to help you manage your pain.

Does Plastic Surgery leave any scars on the body?

To respond, because plastic surgery is a surgical process, there will be scars on your body, although the scars will be very small. If there are noticeable scars, we recommend that you seek scar removal treatment and medications. CO2 Fractional Laser is a non-invasive process for erasing scars, and medicines such as Silzex Silicone Gel and Scarzit ointments are available to renew skin, restore skin tissue, and eliminate scars.

How long does recovery take?

Plastic surgery recovery times can vary greatly based on the treatment and the individual’s healing capacity. Some operations may take several weeks or even months to complete. After plastic surgery, most patients can expect some edema, bruising, and discomfort.

To manage these symptoms, pain medication and other treatments may be provided. Compression garments or bandages may also be required to support the affected area and minimize edema. To guarantee the best possible outcome and to reduce the risk of problems, it is critical to carefully follow your surgeon’s post-operative recommendations. Your surgeon will almost certainly schedule follow-up consultations to check your progress and ensure optimal healing.

What kind of plastic surgery does a Healthy Choice Aesthetic Hospital offer?

In terms of plastic surgery, we provide both cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. Plastic surgeries performed at Healthy Choice Aesthetic Hospital include:

Rhinoplasty: Rhinoplasty, also referred to as a nose job; improves the appearance and functionality of the nose. Augmentation, reduction, crooked nose repair, alar base reduction, and septoplasty are some of the objectives of rhinoplasty.

Septoplasty, a reconstructive procedure straightens a deviated septum and improves the efficiency of the respiratory system.

Augmentation is used to make the nose bigger, whilst Reduction is used to make the nose smaller.

Alar base reduction, a type of cosmetic surgery, aims to narrow the nostrils by altering the size or shape of the base of the alar cartilage. Crooked nose correction, on the other hand, seeks to straighten the curve of your nose.

Otoplasty: Otoplasty, often known as ear surgery, is a type of cosmetic surgery that alters the form and position of the ears. The operation can correct a variety of ear-related disorders, such as ears that protrude too far, ears that are excessively big, or ears that are asymmetrical.

Dimpleplasty: Dimpleplasty is a type of cosmetic surgery that creates a dimple on the cheekbones or chin.

Blepharoplasty: Blepharoplasty is an upper and lower eyelid surgery. Its purpose is to remove excess fat, skin, and muscle from the eyelids.

Buccal fat removal: Buccal fat removal is a cosmetic procedure that tries to improve the appearance of the face by eliminating the buccal fats from the cheeks. The cheekbones are sculpted after this procedure.

Gynaecomastectomy: This treatment is used to treat a male with gynecomastia, a condition in which the male breast is enlarged. In men, it eliminates glandular breast tissue and lowers the size of the swollen breast.

Facelift: A facelift is another type of cosmetic surgery in which the facial tissues are tightened and elevated to give the patient a younger appearance. This surgery is usually used by older persons who want to seem younger.