The name of God the Merciful and prayers and peace for Mister and Best of all Prophets - our Lord Mohammed son of Abdullah - Allah bless him and peace.
Beauty is an idea and imagination in the minds of many women, some of them to seek more beauty to admire her husband, and others seek for the self-satisfaction. Cosmetic surgical procedures extended to circumvent the rights body to include men and women; which increases demand for a plastic surgery. A study showed that the rate of these types of surgeries has increased by about eight times over the past ten years. The study of the rates of plastic surgeries noted that the most common procedures are Liposuction, the removal of apron abdomen, addition to the resurfacing of the skin of the face using chemicals (Chemical Peeling); and the number of surgeries inflate breasts (nearly six-fold over the past ten years), in addition to management of Gynecomastia in men group.
These studies attributed this increase in demand for cosmetic surgery to several factors, including: the increasing proportion of older persons in the distribution of the population, rising incomes, as well as the new techniques of cosmetic surgery made it easier and faster, prompting many to rush out without fear of pain or longer recovery periods.
Therefore, is cosmetic surgery is frivolous or luxury real need or not? And what is the opinion of Arabic Plastic surgeons in cosmetic surgeries, and what is the Islamic scientists look? Cosmetic Surgery specialist actually differs from the general surgeon, cosmetic surgeon deals with the following types of peoples who need:
1 - Cosmetic Surgeries:
A - Reshape of nose and ear, and eyes.
B - Hair restoration and transplantation.
C - Obesity and excess skin in allover the body by liposuction or plasty surgeries.
D - Breast or buttocks augmentation, by implanting devices fit to each position.
E - Management of Gynecomastia in men.
2- Reconstructive Surgeries:
A - Management of congenital distortions: as cleft lip and palate and face and skull deformities.
B - Surgeries to rebuild wounded organs as hand after accidents.
C - Breast Reconstruction after Mastectomy.
D - Reform broken nose after an accident.
E - Removing the effects of skin distortions and scars of previous surgeries.
3 - Microscopic Surgery:
A - Re-implanting of amputated parties.
B - Tissue and muscle transfer.
C - Liver implantation.
D - Micro vascular surgeries.
E - Peripheral nerve surgeries.
4 - Burns:
A - Management of acute severe burns.
B - Management of post-burn deformities and scars.
During your journey in our website you must get two facts:
First: What is your actual problem that needs plastic surgery or not!
Second: Who could help you to get rid of this problem? and How can help him to do that?
How to Choose a Cosmetic Surgeon? Getting the most from the consultation!
In the realm of cosmetic surgery and treatments, there is rarely only one best doctor for any procedure. There are usually many who can execute excellent results. Ultimately, the decision of selecting a physician is yours and yours alone. No one can really make the choice for you, nor should they! Determining who the good ones are is no small feat. You can't just go up to a woman in the dressing room and ask 'who did your face?' although many have done exactly that.
If you have been considering having some cosmetic work done, you have probably been collecting names of doctors from internet search, friends, other physicians, hairstylists, along with clippings from magazines and newspapers, and every source has its own favorites. Although recommendations from friends and acquaintances can be helpful, it is not fair to judge a doctor on the basis of one isolated recommendation or condemnation either.
The most important credential a doctor has is his professional reputation. The "best" doctor for your sister-in-law may not be the right one for you for a variety of reasons. The main concern of anyone considering surgery should be, 'Who is the best doctor for me?'
Before scheduling a consultation with a physician request brochures describing the doctor's practice, and develop a list of questions in order to discuss what is involved with a specific procedure. Force yourself to become Internet savvy or enlist the services of someone who can help you.
Make sure the doctor is a reputable member of an organization of surgeons who specialize and that he has documented education in performing the procedures you are considering. Visit their websites, request their bibliography or curriculum vitae, practice brochure and materials about the procedures you are investigating.
Get to know as much as you can about the doctor before you make the appointment to save your valuable time and money. Find out in advance about the range of fees so you can be prepared to stay within your budget. Once your initial list is narrowed down to include one or three doctors, start scheduling your consultation visits.
The consultation visit can run fifteen minutes to a full hour in some cases. Most doctors charge only the one consultation fee, even if you come back two or three times before your procedure. However, consultation fees can add up if you will be seeing several doctors.
This is where the services of a specialized cosmetic surgery consultant can save you money in the long run.
KEY QUESTIONS TO ASK!
It is common practice in cosmetic surgery for a doctor to hand you a mirror at the beginning of the consultation and asks you to show him what is bothering you, "What can I do for you? Or what is your problem?" It is your responsibility to communicate your goals to the doctor. You are not expected to know exactly what you need on your own, but you should be able to explain as specifically as possible what you don't like about your face, body or smile, what looks different or not as good as it used to, and what you want to change or improve.
Don't arrive at your consultation appointment with a blank slate. Most practitioners hate to be asked the ubiquitous question, "What would you do to me?" Prepare a list of questions to bring with you to your consultation visit so you don't forget anything important to ask, and do take notes.
You will forget most of what he tells you during the initial visit, and writing it all down will come in handy later on. Save the questions about fees, payment and scheduling for the doctor's secretary. Ask about the procedure steps, type of anesthesia, follow-up visits, expected results, side effects, final result, and return to practice normal life, unexpected complications ... etc.
You need to know the basics of the procedure and how they apply directly to you specifically. Understanding the limitations of the procedure is also crucial. Skin type, degree of skin elasticity, individual healing, bone structure, general health, dental health, previous surgery to the area, and many other factors will determine to some extent the quality of the result you can expect.
Fees for cosmetic surgery vary widely depending on the extent of the procedure, the number of procedures being done in one stage, the amount of time it will take to perform, and, of course, the geographic region you are having it performed in and of course the surgeon you select. For example, fees are higher in USA and France but less in Arab Countries especially Egypt.
It is never wise to choose a doctor for a cosmetic procedure solely on the basis of cost. When calculating the total costs, there are several separate charges to consider. First there is the doctor's fee. There may be the additional cost of an operating room and for the anesthesiologist if one is required. The operating room may also bill for laboratory and for supplies separately. Fees quoted should be all inclusive.
The anesthesiologist's fee may be set at a fixed amount or a percentage of the surgical fee, or it may be charged based on the number of hours the surgery takes. Most doctors will charge a consultation fee that is paid on the day of your initial visit. Our Consultations fees is 25$.
THE IMPORTANCE OF SECOND OPINIONS!
There is no precise formula for choosing the right physician for cosmetic procedures. Ultimately, you have to use your own judgment and instincts. Never go with the first or only doctor you see; always get at least a second opinion and preferably three before you choose. Even if you may like the first doctor you see and feel very comfortable with him, go and see at least one or two others for confirmation and comparison. After the third, you may still find you want to go with the first one you met, but only after you see others are you really qualified to choose wisely.
Unless you feel comfortable with the doctor and what he is recommending for you, wait and rethink it again or see another doctor until it feels like a good fit. If it doesn't feel right, you should always continue with the interview process. Once you have narrowed down your list to two or three names, go back and see the frontrunner again. You should always contact the doctor who will be doing your actual procedure at least twice before the operation. This second meeting should leave you feeling confident that you have made a wise choice. You may still have some sleepless nights and before surgery jitters but, by this time, you should have confidence in the doctor you have chosen.
Finding the right cosmetic doctor is a very personal journey. What appeals to one person, may be totally inappropriate to another. You owe it to yourself to approach cosmetic procedure like an empowered and educated consumer. Working with a legitimate cosmetic surgery consultant who can give you an impartial view on what your options are, is a worthwhile investment.
Disregard any doctor who:
- tries to convince you to have a procedure that isn't related to the area or problem you've come to him/her for.
- dismisses the risks involved in surgery or possible complications.
- guarantees results 100%.
- doesn't recommend a preliminary physical examination or preoperative laboratory investigations.
- refuses to show before-and-after pictures of other patients (during your consultation visit).
- publish patients photo. (e-mail, Net, papers, presentations).
- does not routinely perform the procedure you are interested in.
May be this is too expensive in your country. Or just you look for privacy and discretion.
May be you are considering having this surgery abroad, but with safety and confidence.
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