A breast implant is a medical prosthesis that is placed inside the breast to augment, reconstruct or create the physical form of the breast.
Breast augmentation is done to:
– Enlarge breasts that are naturally small.
– you want a better proportioned or more appealing figure
– Restore breast size and shape after pregnancy, weight loss or breastfeeding.
– Restore symmetry when the breasts are asymmetrical
Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty) Before & After
Breast Reduction Surgery
Cosmetic or aesthetic surgery is a big boon to humans who are very beauty conscious of all the Fauna. The Flora, Fauna and Humans are all resplendent and dazzling in their own ways. Apart from the beauty of the body the importance of facial beauty is even more pronounced for humans especially between the opposite sex relationships.
Plastic surgery is a medical specialty related and concerned with the correction or restoration of form or function. Apart from a real need for such a correction the major driving force behind the use of plastic surgery is enhancement or maintenance of beauty which a very subtle natural phenomenon. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder – so it is a feeling linked to the intangible. Still with advances in mathematics and all the vast theories associated with it, beauty or aesthetics is linked directly to symmetry of shape and uniformity. A well chiseled symmetric nose is an asset for a boy or a girl.
With all the advances in genetics and grafting it is easier for doctors today to control the joining and blending of foreign tissues. To change the shape of a bone or the texture of skin is more and more possible. That is why people have even started thinking of changing the pertness of their noses these days. Some celebrities like for example Michael Jackson have been known to be obsessed with the aesthetics of the nose. In his particular case it was a bit far-fetched and over done.
The nose is a central organ and hence the most important part of the face both functionally and lookwise. It is amusing and amazing to see how the nose lends gravity and handsomeness to a face. It is no point being obsessed too strongly by something but some people are too sensitive to the beauty of the face and the nose.
After the nose each part of the face including the lips is an integral contributor to the overall beauty. But next to the face the most attention has been given to the female breasts as it is a very important sexual organ to which men are very sensitive. So women also look forward to maintain and enhance the beauty of their poitrine to be more attractive to the opposite sex. The shape and form of the breasts is a very common subject in plastic surgery. Their enlargement or reduction or uplifting are some of the very common subjects.
Next the beauty exists in each nook and cranny of the human body or for that matter any natural or artificial creation. So plastic surgery also is a vast science and field with the surgeons having lot of choices to specialize in. Today with the advances in customer relationships the plastic surgeons strive more than ever before to enhance the total experience of their patients by making clinics with outstanding and unmatched ambiances.
Rhinoplasty is a plastic surgery procedure for the reconstruction and correction of the form and function of a human nose. It may also be employed to enhance the nose aesthetically to make the facial looks more dashing and sharp. Nose is the central and the most prominent spot on the face of the vertebrates. The symmetry, shape and sharpness of the nose has a telling effect on the physical and all other aspects of personality of all humans. Apart from the frontal view both the profiles of the face are accentuated by the nose. That is why throughout the history of the mankind the humans have been obsessed by the beauty of the nose. Even functionally also the nose has very important functions linked to respiration. Sometimes some natural deformities can be rectified by using appropriate forms of rhinoplasty to restore the respiratory functions of the nose well.
The form, shape and structure of the nose have a profound effect on the overall countenance of the individual. That is why the actors, actresses and showbiz people are more attracted by rhinoplasty. But in this age of science with advances in genetics computers and IT rhinoplasty and plastic surgery has come within reach of the common man though the costs are still prohibitive for many.
Still Rhinoplasty and plastic surgery have become common parts of medicine today. There is easier availability and accessibility of good quality plastic surgeons in the cities who know their business well. The nose comprises primarily the muscle, cartilage and bone. The structural anatomy comprises the blood supply arteries and veins, the nasal soft tissues, the aesthetic subunits and segments, the nasal bones and cartilages, the facial and nasal nerves and the nasal lymphatic system. The nasal skin is divided into three vertical anatomic sections from the glabella or the space between the eyebrows to the bridge to the tip. At the vestibule the nose is lined with the mucous membrane of squamous epithelium which transitions into columnar respiratory epithelium. This is a pseudo-stratified ciliated tissue with abundant seromucinous glands helping to maintain the moisture and protect the respiratory tract from bacterial infections and foreign objects.
There are four functional groups of muscles – elevators, depressors, compressors and dilators. Aesthetically the nose between the nasion or midpoint of nasofrontal junction and columella-labial junction should ideally occupy one-third of the vertical dimension of the face. From ala to ala it should ideally occupy one-fifth of the horizontal dimension of the face. This is a good guideline for the surgeon to follow when planning for the crucial surgeries.
The nine aesthetic nasal subunits and the six aesthetic nasal segments comprising the external nose help and provide the plastic surgeon the measures for determining the size, extent and topographic locale of the nasal defect and then plan, map and implement the surgical corrections.