Plastic surgery is a specialized medical specialty involving the reconstruction, restoration, or modification of the body. It is normally divided into two categories: plastic surgery and reconstructive surgery. Plastic surgery involves the treatment of minor injuries, corrective eye surgery, craniofacial surgery, and hand surgery.
Cosmetic surgery on the other hand, is generally used to correct a feature that is perceived as less than perfect. This includes breast reduction, tummy tuck, and liposuction. The procedures cosmetic surgery entails including face lifts, eyebrow lifts, chin implants, rhinoplasty, and laser hair removal. Most plastic surgeons prefer to work in a hospital setting because of their more experienced level of care and expertise.
Plastic surgeons are also trained in the grafting procedures that involve the replacement of missing skin tissue. Grafting procedures can be performed as simple grafts from one part of your body to another, or they can involve multiple grafts that are surgically placed onto the target area to promote the growth of new skin cells. Plastic surgeons are also trained in the procedures of dermabrasion and collagen injections. These two procedures are often combined in order to increase the chances of achieving the patient’s ideal look.