The Objectives of Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is surgery intended to enhance, modify or rejuvenate the body’s appearance in some way. It is mostly carried out on the lips, though not exclusively. It can be simply cosmetic, or it can be done because of an accident or congenital defect to restore damage.You may find more information at Baton Rouge Plastic Surgeon.

When anyone opts for surgery to alter features that they don’t like about themselves, there is even elective plastic surgery. Rhinoplasty or nose jobs, for example, when someone has altered the shape or size of their nose, are often done by people who hate the appearance of their present nose as elective cosmetic surgery. Plastic surgery often goes wrong, and then poor plastic surgery may be called bad.

This is normally triggered when the surgeon makes a surgical error. Often, it is the product of bad decisions made by either the patient or the surgeon before surgery. Facial surgery is the most visible bad plastic surgery, because it is so noticeable and so difficult to cover up.

Examples of too-tight facelifts have all been seen where the skin looks unnaturally pulled, or even asymmetrical. In certain situations, due to nerve damage during surgery, there may also be paralysis of features, followed by loss of sensation.

With corrective surgery, some poor operations can be reversed. Some issues, including botched nose jobs or rhinoplasty, are very difficult to repair.

If you have a nose job to minimize the size of your existing nose, then it is very difficult to repair it if the surgeon removes too much. Only if there is enough tissue left to use to correct the original error will a second surgery operate. At least for poor surgery that is not on the face, it is easier to camouflage the outcomes.

Some very bad effects, such as deformation, scarring and even paralysis, can be encountered by a patient who has undergone botched plastic surgery. Obviously, this causes physical harm, but can also be very scarring mentally and psychologically. Patients appear to blame themselves and, because they made the option of getting the surgery, feel guilty and despondent. For greed, they may also feel punished.

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Ruston Sanchez, MD Plastic Surgery
5049 Bluebonnet Blvd Suite A, Baton Rouge, LA 70809
225-278-5108