What is Aesthetic Surgery?
Aesthetic Surgery is a side branch of plastic surgery. Aesthetic Surgery strives to reshape the body image in a way that is more pleasing to the eye. Here, health problems rather than aesthetic problems are in the foreground.
A lot of interest in Aesthetic Surgery is due to the fact that people want to be beautiful. The truth is, beautiful people are more fortunate to step into life and they are more successful and they are confident. People who are happy with their physical appearance are those who are happy with themselves, successful in business and social environment relations, and happier in their private lives more easily. The purpose of Aesthetic Surgery is to help people regain their self-confidence so that they become successful and happy individuals in their social environment.
What is Plastic Surgery?
Plastic and reconstructive surgery is a surgical branch dealing with the repair of physical and functional disorders acquired as a result of congenital anomalies or accidents and diseases. The word plastic is derived from the word ‘plasticos’, which means shaping in ancient Greek. Reconstructive is a word of Latin origin and means to repair, do it again. Plastic and reconstructive surgery deals with the surgical solution of problems related to skin, subcutaneous and bones on the entire body surface.
Research areas of plastic surgery are as follows;
- Cleft lip and palate
- Facial disorders (natural asymmetries, masses and rare facial clefts)
- chin, face and head bones disorders
- Lack of auricle, bucket ear and other ear deformities
- Tumors of the face and nose, tissue losses
- Diseases of salivary glands
- Congenital tumor, vascular malformations (hemangioma, etc.), masses
- Accident etc. face and jaw bone fractures, shape and function disorders, jaw surgery
- Repair of head and neck tumors and tissue loss
- Breast absence, breast asymmetry or excess breast tissue
- Breast repair as a result of cancer operations
- Gynecomastia (large breast size at males)
- Hand Surgery
- Elastic hand anomalies
- Skin and soft tissue tumors
- Late deformities and deformities after acute burns and burns
- Chronic wounds such as pressure sores, venous wounds and diabetic foot.