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Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is used to repair and reconstruct damaged tissue and skin.

The main function of plastic surgery is to restore the appearance of tissue and skin so it's as close to normal as possible.

Plastic surgery is different from cosmetic surgery, which is surgery carried out solely to change a person's appearance to achieve what they feel is a more desirable look to ones.

Why plastic surgery is done?

Plastic surgery can be used to repair:

  • abnormalities that have existed from birth, such as a cleft lip and palate, webbed fingers, and birthmarks
  • areas damaged by the removal of cancerous tissue
  • extensive burns, other serious injuries

Plastic surgery can often help improve an individual’s self-esteem, confidence and overall quality of life.

What are the risks of plastic surgery?

The degree of risk depends on the affected area size, the surgeon's level of experience, and the overall health of person having the procedure.

Some procedures carry specific risks, but some general risks include:

  • pain and discomfort
  • bleeding
  • infection
  • scarring

Benefits of plastic surgery

Some of the benefits of plastic surgery include:

  • Improved self-confidence
  • Plastic surgery plays a key role in a person's self-confidence. The person becomes more and more social due to the new found confidence.

  • Better opportunities
  • People who are attractive tend to attract better professional and personal opportunities in their life.

  • Better mental health
  • Improvement in looks boost confidence thereby decreasing social anxiety. This can push the people to lead a happier life and take up new challenges

At HIMAS Hospitals, we have round-the-clock availability of plastic surgeons working together to provide excellent care. We provide different types of cosmetic treatments using the most advanced technologies bringing the successful outcomes for our patients.