Breast Surgery: augmentation mammoplasty (breast augmentation), replacement of prostheses, mastopexy (breast lift), breast reduction, gynecomastia (male breast correction), areolar scar correction, surgical procedure for the correction of the inverted nipple or correction of the size of the nipple.
Facial surgery: upper and lower blepharoplasty (upper
and lower eyelid surgery), rhinoplasty (nose surgery), otoplasty (ear surgery),
facelift, double chin liposuction, mentoplasty (chin correction surgery)
Body surgery: liposuction (abdomen, holsters, buttocks, flanks, thighs, calves, arms, pubis), abdominoplasty (plastic surgery of the abdomen), buttock augmentation,
Reconstructive surgery: breast reconstruction after amputation for breast cancer, breast reconstruction with polyurethane prosthesis, breast reconstruction using the skin of the back and the skin of the belly.
Rhinoplasty are often wiped out a hospital, a doctor’s office, or an outpatient surgical facility. Your doctor will use local or general anaesthesia . If it’s an easy procedure, you’ll receive local anaesthesia to your nose, which can also numb your face. you’ll also get medication through an IV line that creates you groggy, but you’ll still be awake.
With general anaesthesia , you’ll inhale a drug or get one through an IV which will cause you to unconscious. Children are usually given general anaesthesia .
The procedure usually takes between one and two hours. If the surgery is complex, it can take longer.
Once you’re numb or unconscious, your surgeon will make cuts between or inside your nostrils. They’ll separate your skin from your cartilage or bone then start the reshaping. If your new nose needs alittle amount of additional cartilage, your doctor may remove some from your ear or deep inside your nose. If more is required , you would possibly get an implant or a bone graft. A bone graft is additional bone that’s added to the bone in your nose.