Cosmetic surgery is procedures that alter, recondition or enhance ones appearance.
There are various reasons why one would undergo cosmetic surgery, including if you were born with a birth defect, distorted body parts, have burns and scars, or personal reasons such as being unhappy with ones own appearance.
Examples of common cosmetic surgery procedures are facelifts, breast augmentation and liposuction.
Reconstructive surgery involves improving skin conditions, visible scars, birth defects distorted body parts, or burns.
Elective cosmetic surgery involves changing appearance due to ones dissatisfaction with features such as wrinkles, nose shape or belly fat.
All benefits of cosmetic surgery stem from the increased self-confidence a patient experiences from changing their appearance. This emotional wellness very positively influences ones whole life, which increases productivity and social behaviour
Costs of cosmetic surgery ranges widely depending on the procedure and generally, health insurance rarely cover costs, unless the surgery is done for medical reasons.
All surgery carries risk, and the patient must research their practitioner, the procedure, and the suitability for them, and consider the risks and any complication that may arise. MediPay does not warrant or is not associated with the quality of any practice or surgeon, and the patient must undertake their own careful research. Surgery is a serious matter and any risks and long-term effects should be considered carefully.
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