The goal of cosmetic surgery is to improve a person's appearance and, thus, self-esteem and self-confidence. Cosmetic surgery can be performed on any part of the face and body.




Types of Cosmetic Surgery

For the face

  • Botox.
  • Cheek lift.
  • Chemical peel.
  • Chin surgery.
  • Cosmetic dentistry.
  • Dermabrasion.
  • Eyebrow/forehead rejuvenation (brow lift).
  • Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery).
  • Face-lift.
  • Facial contouring.
  • Facial fillers.
  • Facial wrinkles.
  • Laser hair removal.
  • Laser resurfacing.
  • Neck lift.
  • Otoplasy (ear surgery).
  • Rhinoplasty (nose surgery).
  • Skin problems (blemishes, spider veins, scar revisions, tattoo removal).
  • Wrinkle treatment.

For the body

  • Abdomen reduction.
  • Arm lift.
  • Liposuction.
  • Breast augmentation.
  • Breast lift.
  • Breast reduction surgery.
  • Buttock lift (belt lipectomy).
  • Circumferential body lift.
  • Inner thigh lift.
  • Laser hair removal.

Cosmetic surgery can bring lasting and dramatic changes to the outside appearance, it is important to understand how these changes may affect you on the inside. Before making an appointment to see a cosmetic surgeon, you should consider your motives for wanting to change how you look.

For Cosmetic surgery, you should;

  • Have realistic expectations about what can be accomplished.
  • Understand the medical risks, physical effects during healing.
  • Have discussed their goals for surgery with their surgeon and resolved any questions.
  • Have had a stable weight for six months to one year.