Details » Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeons

- Url: http://lookingyourbest.informe.com/
- Category: Health & Medical
- Description: Information about local plastic surgeons and cosmetic surgeons that offer breast augmentation, liposuction, rhinoplasty and more.
- Members: 0
- Created On: Jun 30, 2008
- Posts: 0
- Hits: 30481
- Rating: 

Post your rating:
- Rating:          
- Comment:

- Verification Image:
- Verification Code:
 


User Comments:
1. | Jun 27, 2014
Best plastic suorgen to do reconstructive rhinoplasty in Los Angeles area?I broke my nose 5 years ago, and I now finally have the money to get it fixed. It is crooked. I also want to have it reduced just a little in size. I am italian and I have a little hump. What is the best way to find a really good suorgen. I want it to look natural. Any reccomendations of a really good suorgen?
2. | Jun 18, 2014
Best plastic sruoegn to do reconstructive rhinoplasty in Los Angeles area?I broke my nose 5 years ago, and I now finally have the money to get it fixed. It is crooked. I also want to have it reduced just a little in size. I am italian and I have a little hump. What is the best way to find a really good sruoegn. I want it to look natural. Any reccomendations of a really good sruoegn?
3. | May 19, 2014
From the research I did, Iran is the nose-job ciaatpl of the world. The only thing I'd be concerned with is that if it does go bad, you aren't a citizen of Iran and the consumer protection laws (if there are any) might not cover you and who knows how good their doctors are.If you've done your research and picked a surgeon that has done lots of them and you're comfortable with then there's no reason you shouldn't go ahead with it.ll surgery carries some uncertainty and riskWhen rhinoplasty is performed by a qualified plastic surgeon, complications are infrequent and usually minor. Nevertheless, there is always a possibility of complications, including infection, nosebleed, or a reaction to the anesthesia. You can reduce your risks by closely following the doctor's instructions both before and after surgery.After surgery, small burst blood vessels may appear as tiny red spots on the skin's surface; these are usually minor but may be permanent. As for scarring, when rhinoplasty is performed from inside the nose, there is no visible scarring at all; when an open technique is used, or when the procedure calls for the narrowing of flared nostrils, the small scars on the base of the nose are usually not visible. Other scars near the bridge of the nose can come from sculpture of the nasal bones from an external approach. Occasionally a second procedure may be required-for example, to correct a minor deformity. Such cases are unpredictable and happen even to patients of the most skilled surgeons. The corrective surgery is usually minor.Planning your surgeryGood communication between you and your doctor is essential. In your initial consultation, your doctor should ask what you'd like your nose to look like, evaluate the structure of your nose and face, and discuss the possibilities with you. He will also explain the factors that can influence the procedure and the results. These factors include the structure of your nasal bones and cartilage, the shape of your face, the thickness of your skin, your age, and your expectations.Your doctor should also explain the techniques and anesthesia he will use, the type of facility where the surgery will be performed, the risks and costs involved, and any options you may have. Most insurance policies don't cover purely cosmetic surgery; however, if the procedure is performed for reconstructive purposes, to correct a breathing problem or a marked deformity, the procedure may be covered. Check with your insurer, and obtain pre-authorization for your surgery.List of possible complications:Abnormal shape of nose (pinched tip, polly beak, pug nose, scooped out nose; corrected by secondary surgery, often with an implant)Airway obstructionAnesthesia reactionAsymmetryBleeding (may require nasal packing to control it)Burst blood vesselsDepressionDiscolorationExtrusion (implants)Infection (risk is less than 1%)Signs of infection: pain, swelling, warmth, rednessInternal scar/adhesionsKeloid (heavy scar)Loss of smellLoss of structural supportNerve DamageNumbnessPainPerforation of septumPermanent numbness (risk is less than 1%)Reactions to medicationsSeptal hematomaSinusitis (treated with antibiotics and medications that shrink the nasal lining)Skin irregularitiesSkin necrosis or skin death (1500% more likely with smokers)Slow healingSwellingToxic Shock SyndromeWound InfectionVisible scarWhen rhinoplasty is performed by a qualified plastic surgeon, complications are rare and are usually minor. However, all surgery has the risk of complications and undesirable outcomes. You can reduce your risks by closely following your surgeon's instructions both before and after surgery.Burst Blood VesselsAfter surgery, small burst blood vessels may appear as tiny red spots on the surface of the skin. These are usually small, but may be permanent. This rarely happens, but it is a possibility you should be aware of.BleedingBleeding may occur for up to four weeks after operation. The patient must resist any urge to blow or pick the nose to minimize bleeding.Abnormal ShapeAn abnormal shape of the nose may be due to an error during surgery or the patient not keeping their head elevated enough or sleeping on one side without a proper side. The nose can pull to one side if the cast does not support it properly. There are other factors that go beyond human control, as well.Wound InfectionThe rate of wound infection following rhinoplasty is less than 2%. Abscesses, cellulitis or granuloma may be treated with antibiotics and drainage. Use of an implant increases the chance of infection.Risk of smokingSmoking significantly reduces your body's circulation and vascularity. This means difficulty in bringing much needed oxygen to your tissues and greatly increases your risk for slow healing and other complications. It is important to stop smoking for at least 4 weeks before and after surgery.Toxic Shock SyndromeThis is very rare, occurring in only 0.016% of rhinoplasty surgeries. However, if it does occur, the mortality rate is about 11%. Symptoms include fever, vomiting, diarrhea, and a sunburnlike rash. According to an article authored by S. Valentine Fernandes on emedicine.com the complication rate for nasal surgery varies from 4-18.8%. In individual hands, this rate generally falls as surgical experience accumulates. Skin and associated soft tissue complications occur in up to 10% of cases. According to estimates, severe systemic or life-threatening complications occur in 1.7-5% of rhinoplasty cases. Intracranial complications are rare.
4. | Sep 4, 2013
Aesthetic plastic surgrey involves techniques intended for the "enhancement" of appearance through surgical and medical techniques, and is specifically concerned with maintaining normal appearance, restoring it, or enhancing it beyond the average level toward some aesthetic ideal.Some of the more popular forms of cosmetic surgrey are liposuction, in which excessive fat is sucked out of the body with a tube and vacuum device; laser facial resurfacing, which smoothes lines on the face around the eyes and mouth and eliminates facial blemishes; facelift, which pulls back the skin around the face, jowls and neck; breast enlargement, which enhances the size of the breasts using saline implants; and hair replacement surgrey, which fills in balding areas using a patient's own hair. T
5. | Sep 2, 2013
From the research I did, Iran is the nose-job ciaatpl of the world. The only thing I'd be concerned with is that if it does go bad, you aren't a citizen of Iran and the consumer protection laws (if there are any) might not cover you and who knows how good their doctors are.If you've done your research and picked a surgeon that has done lots of them and you're comfortable with then there's no reason you shouldn't go ahead with it.ll surgery carries some uncertainty and riskWhen rhinoplasty is performed by a qualified plastic surgeon, complications are infrequent and usually minor. Nevertheless, there is always a possibility of complications, including infection, nosebleed, or a reaction to the anesthesia. You can reduce your risks by closely following the doctor's instructions both before and after surgery.After surgery, small burst blood vessels may appear as tiny red spots on the skin's surface; these are usually minor but may be permanent. As for scarring, when rhinoplasty is performed from inside the nose, there is no visible scarring at all; when an open technique is used, or when the procedure calls for the narrowing of flared nostrils, the small scars on the base of the nose are usually not visible. Other scars near the bridge of the nose can come from sculpture of the nasal bones from an external approach. Occasionally a second procedure may be required-for example, to correct a minor deformity. Such cases are unpredictable and happen even to patients of the most skilled surgeons. The corrective surgery is usually minor.Planning your surgeryGood communication between you and your doctor is essential. In your initial consultation, your doctor should ask what you'd like your nose to look like, evaluate the structure of your nose and face, and discuss the possibilities with you. He will also explain the factors that can influence the procedure and the results. These factors include the structure of your nasal bones and cartilage, the shape of your face, the thickness of your skin, your age, and your expectations.Your doctor should also explain the techniques and anesthesia he will use, the type of facility where the surgery will be performed, the risks and costs involved, and any options you may have. Most insurance policies don't cover purely cosmetic surgery; however, if the procedure is performed for reconstructive purposes, to correct a breathing problem or a marked deformity, the procedure may be covered. Check with your insurer, and obtain pre-authorization for your surgery.List of possible complications:Abnormal shape of nose (pinched tip, polly beak, pug nose, scooped out nose; corrected by secondary surgery, often with an implant)Airway obstructionAnesthesia reactionAsymmetryBleeding (may require nasal packing to control it)Burst blood vesselsDepressionDiscolorationExtrusion (implants)Infection (risk is less than 1%)Signs of infection: pain, swelling, warmth, rednessInternal scar/adhesionsKeloid (heavy scar)Loss of smellLoss of structural supportNerve DamageNumbnessPainPerforation of septumPermanent numbness (risk is less than 1%)Reactions to medicationsSeptal hematomaSinusitis (treated with antibiotics and medications that shrink the nasal lining)Skin irregularitiesSkin necrosis or skin death (1500% more likely with smokers)Slow healingSwellingToxic Shock SyndromeWound InfectionVisible scarWhen rhinoplasty is performed by a qualified plastic surgeon, complications are rare and are usually minor. However, all surgery has the risk of complications and undesirable outcomes. You can reduce your risks by closely following your surgeon's instructions both before and after surgery.Burst Blood VesselsAfter surgery, small burst blood vessels may appear as tiny red spots on the surface of the skin. These are usually small, but may be permanent. This rarely happens, but it is a possibility you should be aware of.BleedingBleeding may occur for up to four weeks after operation. The patient must resist any urge to blow or pick the nose to minimize bleeding.Abnormal ShapeAn abnormal shape of the nose may be due to an error during surgery or the patient not keeping their head elevated enough or sleeping on one side without a proper side. The nose can pull to one side if the cast does not support it properly. There are other factors that go beyond human control, as well.Wound InfectionThe rate of wound infection following rhinoplasty is less than 2%. Abscesses, cellulitis or granuloma may be treated with antibiotics and drainage. Use of an implant increases the chance of infection.Risk of smokingSmoking significantly reduces your body's circulation and vascularity. This means difficulty in bringing much needed oxygen to your tissues and greatly increases your risk for slow healing and other complications. It is important to stop smoking for at least 4 weeks before and after surgery.Toxic Shock SyndromeThis is very rare, occurring in only 0.016% of rhinoplasty surgeries. However, if it does occur, the mortality rate is about 11%. Symptoms include fever, vomiting, diarrhea, and a sunburnlike rash. According to an article authored by S. Valentine Fernandes on emedicine.com the complication rate for nasal surgery varies from 4-18.8%. In individual hands, this rate generally falls as surgical experience accumulates. Skin and associated soft tissue complications occur in up to 10% of cases. According to estimates, severe systemic or life-threatening complications occur in 1.7-5% of rhinoplasty cases. Intracranial complications are rare.
6. | Sep 1, 2013
Better blog Some habits are good for you and ohters are not. The same is true for your blog. Some of your blogging habits, meaning those things you do repeatedly, are good for you and your blog's growth and improvement while ohters are distractions that stop you
7. | Apr 24, 2013
Better blog Some habits are good for you and othres are not. The same is true for your blog. Some of your blogging habits, meaning those things you do repeatedly, are good for you and your blog's growth and improvement while othres are distractions that stop you