Aesthetics (Skin, Hair and Body)
Aesthetics is a broad term that refers to any medical or surgical therapy aimed at improving a patient’s cosmetic appearance. Doctors qualified in Aesthetics, such as ENT, head and neck surgeons, Plastic surgeons, Dermatologists and dentists can make a variety of beautiful changes to your appearance.
Medical aesthetics occupies a lovely little nook between the cosmetics industry and plastic surgery.
These adjustments necessitate a high level of expertise, training, and understanding of your anatomy and physiology. Medical aesthetic procedures differ from beauty treatments such as brow threading, waxing, and eyelash extensions because of this. Medical aesthetic therapies, on the other hand, are not as severe as surgical interventions (aesthetic medical treatments are sometimes known as non-surgical cosmetic treatments), which include operations such as facelifts, breast augmentations, and liposuction.
Platelet-rich plasma injections, microneedling, laser treatments, botulinum toxin (a prescription-only medicine), dermal fillers and lip fillers, medical-grade skincare, chemical peels or skin resurfacing, and hair transplantation are some of the procedures available.
As a result, aesthetic medicine is a completely new, modern, and cutting-edge discipline of medicine. It’s a fast growing sector, with demand increasing every day for a good reason: the outcomes are reliable and effective. While many of these cosmetic treatments used to be beauty’s best-kept secret, an increasing number of patients are becoming more open about having them done, pushing them to the forefront of the public eye. People prefer to appear rejuvenated and renewed, with minor changes to enhance their appearance. You should still look like yourself in the hands of a professional and certified medical practitioner – simply with a fresh, head-turning, magnificent glow.
Aesthetic surgery: Aesthetic surgery may be an option for many if non-surgical treatments don’t help. Aesthetic plastic surgery is performed to improve an individual’s appearance. Reconstructive plastic surgery helps improve both the appearance and the functions of the face and body, addressing inherited deformities, traumas or revisions after surgeries, including mastectomy, lumpectomy, rhinoplasty, liposuction, abdominoplasty, etc.
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