LATEST COSMETIC PROCEDURES
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Cosmetics are substances usually used by beautifications for enhancement of appearance like cosmetics applied to face for make-up. Cosmetic procedure is a process in which some process is used to break and suck out fat/desired parts from the body or to implant something for you to look better. Cosmetic surgery can be performed on many areas of the body like the face, head, neck, and body. This may be also done for medical reasons for proper functioning of some part. Cosmetic surgery is usually elective.
Growth of cosmetic surgery
Plastic surgery was done to repair broken nose in 2500-3000 BC in Egypt. Even in India, the first reconstructive surgery was done in 800 BC and substantial contribution was made by Sushruta it plastic surgery. The medical book by Sushruta and Charak written in Sanskrit was subsequently translated in Arabic and English which then travelled to Europe. Romans also carried out simple plastic/cosmetic surgery to repair ears in 1st century BC. With advancements in the medical and technological fields cosmetic procedures underwent drastic changes leading to not all repairing of organs but enhancements in overall appearance and beauty of a person. Those who can afford it can get a beautiful face, nose, lips, breasts, butts, abdomen etc.
Reconstructive plastic surgery is done to repair functional impairment caused by burns or accidents.
WITH ADVANCEMENTS IN THE MEDICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL FIELDS COSMETIC PROCEDURES UNDERWENT DRASTIC CHANGES LEADING TO NOT ALL REPAIRING OF ORGANS BUT ENHANCEMENTS IN OVERALL APPEARANCE AND BEAUTY OF A PERSON.
New cosmetic procedures
Abdominoplasty: It is done to reshape or for firmness of the abdomen. Acne scars / age spots cosmetic repair: It can undo ugly scar / ageing marks. Alopecia: Can repair complete or partial hair loss. Blepharoplasty: It can reshape eyelids.
Botox: Botox injections can rejuvenate skin by removing wrinkles and help in migraine pain.
Phalloplasty: For reshaping / reconstruction of the penis.
Mammoplasty: It can augment breasts by grafting saline, silicone or prosthetic. It can reduce breasts by removing skin / tissues.
Mastopexy: It can reduce / reshape sagging effects of breast by lifting.
Buttock augmentation: Can enhance buttocks by implanting silicone or grafting fats from other areas. It can also tighten butts.
Cryolipolysis: It removes fat deposits to reshape body contours.
Chemical peel: A chemical solution is applied to remove dead skin cells and facilitate the production of new cells. Cryoneuromodulation: It is used for the treatment of superficial tissues for wrinkles and removal or temporary pain relief. Labiaplasty: For reshaping of the labia.
Rhytidectomy: Removal of wrinkles and ageing signs from the face, also known as face lifting.
Genioplasty: Reshaping of the chin usually by silicone implant.
Fillers, collagen: A filler such as hyaluronic acid is injected for reshaping thin, drooping or flat lips or by implant also. Laser resurfacing: It can reduce the depth of pores on the facial skin. Liposuction: Extra fat is broken and sucked out by a device called cannula.
Otoplasty: It can reshape protruding or misshaped ears for a better look. Paediatric plastic surgery: It can be done on children to remove some defects at birth like fingers, toes webbing. Rhinoplasty: This can repair or reshape nose.
Vaginoplasty: It is a plastic surgery done for both vaginal canal and tissues of mucous membrane that tightens. Some like to do this to regain a lost hymen, maybe to present as virgin.
Remarkable benefits: Medical aesthetic procedures are a boon in some cases. Earlier, doctors were unable to remove deadly carcinogenic cells, tumours and overgrown body features. These procedures were extremely painful too and people were scared to get it done. But now it is much easier.
Risks in cosmetic procedures: Like any other surgery, cosmetic surgery has also some risks and complications like haematoma, nerve damage, scars, infections or failure of surgery. Breast implant has the risk of rupture also or it may need reversal after a few years. Psychological complications: While media advertise cosmetic procedure benefits, many people do not get desired aesthetic result in enhancement of overall appearance despite the huge cost. This might lead to disappointments and depression in some cases
Cosmetic industry and India: The cosmetic industry has been growing at a handsome rate, compared to 7 per cent of 2008 it now is at a 17 per cent average for the past five years. In 2016 it stood at 6.5 billion dollars as compared to 2.5 billion dollars of 2008.
Mainly for better appearance, Indian youths – females and celebrities in particular – are having cosmetic procedures. India stood 4th in 2009 in the global cosmetic industry behind the U. S. A., Japan and China. Statistics reveal that there is a growing demand for it in the huge middle-class population too owing to strong desire to achieve better body shape and enhancing chances of success in marriage or profession. Cosmetic procedures in India is attracting medical tourism also as it is cheaper here compared to the U. S. and other advanced nations.
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