Having questions is natural as far as cosmetic surgery is concerned. The doctors and staff at Southlake Surgery Center are here to provide you with answers to questions you may have regarding cosmetic surgery procedures. Below are some of the frequently asked questions and the responses about aesthetic procedures and cosmetic surgery. We have tried to be as concise as possible with the responses but feel free to contact us if you would like any clarification or more specific information.
What is the difference between reconstructive and cosmetic surgery?
Reconstructive surgery is done to correct congenital defects, trauma, developmental abnormalities, diseases or infections on abnormal structures of the body. Cosmetic surgery on the other hand is done to reshape the normal structures of the body so that they can improve in appearance and boost self-esteem of the patients.
How Long Do The Benefits Of Cosmetic Surgery Last?
The results of any plastic surgery procedure will depend on the particular procedure carried out. Most procedures will last a long time if you observe healthy weight and an overall healthy lifestyle.
How Long Will It Take Me To Resume Work After The Procedure?
The recovery time for most of the plastic surgery procedures will depend on the particular procedure as well as on the person on whom it is performed. Most procedures will however require at least two days for the patients to recover and resume normal duties.
Are there many people going for cosmetic surgery?
According to American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the number of people going for plastic surgery has increased by over 5% in the last two years. In the United States alone, over 13.1 million procedures were conducted in 2014.
Do men also go for cosmetic surgery?
The number of men opting for cosmetic surgery is also on the rise. Recent statics show that 9% of cosmetic procedures done last year were on men.
Will My Voice Change After Nose Surgery?
Voice change is not common for those who undergo nose surgery, though there are a number of patients whom have noticed very slight changes after the procedure. If you are a professional who relies on your voice, be sure to share your concerns with your surgeon prior to the procedure.