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Plastic surgery restores and improves function, as well as appearance. It can include surgery on any part of the anatomy except the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). Plastic surgery may be done to:

  • Address skin issues, including skin cancer, scars, burns, birthmarks, and tattoo removal
  • Reshape facial bones
  • Fix a condition a baby was born with (congenital malformation), such as an abnormally shaped outer ear, cleft palate, and cleft lip

What is cosmetic surgery?

Cosmetic surgery enhances appearance for nonmedical reasons. This group of procedures addresses physical features that make you self-conscious. Cosmetic surgery can bring you closer to your ideal body image. This type of surgery changes features such as:

  • Shape.
  • Size.
  • Symmetry (creating more of a mirror image between two similar body parts, such as breasts).

What are the risks of plastic surgery?

All surgical procedures come with risks. Plastic and reconstructive surgery procedures are often complex. They may alter sensitive structures near major organs or delicate tissue. 

One of the main risks is that you might not achieve the result that you were expecting.

Other potential risks of plastic surgery include:

  • Abnormal scarring.
  • Blood loss.
  • Complications of anesthesia, such as respiratory issues during your procedure.
  • Fluid build-up.
  • Infection.
  • Nerve damage, leading to neuropathy.
  • Scarring that prevents natural movement.
  • Slow-healing wounds and incisions that take longer than expected to heal.

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