Plastic surgery is performed to reshape the natural structures of the body in order to improve the patient’s appearance and self-esteem. Cosmetic surgery is not usually covered by health insurance because it is optional. Reconstructive surgery is performed on abnormal structures of the body, which are caused by birth defects, developmental abnormalities, trauma, infection, tumors, or disease. This is generally done to improve function, but it can also be done to approximate a natural look. Reconstructive surgery is generally covered by most health insurance policies although coverage for specific procedures and levels of coverage can vary greatly.
As with all surgeries, the level of risk is possible. Our medical staff are highly trained and have many hours of surgical experience. We will do everything possible to reduce complications during surgery. In addition, it is essential to strictly follow all pre- and post-operative instructions, and to thoroughly discuss any and all of our medical conditions prior to the procedure. This is the best way to ensure a smooth surgery and recovery process
Care is always taken to avoid complications, but unfortunately they can occur. Your postoperative visits allow the surgeon to detect any problems at a very early stage. In the event of complications, your surgeon will do everything possible to limit and correct its effects.
No. Several medical studies have conclusively shown that increasing breast size, reducing breasts, and raising breasts do not increase the risk of breast cancer. In fact, some studies have shown that patients who undergo these procedures have a lower risk of developing breast cancer than normal women.
There is no specific age for rhinoplasty, but the girl and boy must complete the age of 18.
Some cosmetic operations can be combined into one operation, and some do not have this possibility, and Dr. Abdel Qader will help you identify the possibility of performing more than one operation at once or not, and in the event that it is not possible to perform more than one operation at the same time, the period during which The patient waits between the operation and the other, which is approximately three weeks in most cases.
What motivates my desire to change my appearance? What specific features of my appearance do I want to change? Do I have realistic expectations about the outcome of the surgery? What aspects of life will be affected in terms of family, work, travel and social obligations? Is this the right time in my life for plastic surgery? Have I honestly talked about my concerns and questions to my doctor?
Postoperative care instructions for your operation. Prescription and medication directions, such as pain relievers and antibiotics. Contact information if you have questions.
The nose plays a big role in the field of singing and voice, but it is one of the rare cases in which rhinoplasty affected the voice, and this effect was a very simple change. It is not a common negative.
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