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Cosmetic surgery, also known as plastic surgery, is a kind of surgery meant to correct morphological anomalies of the body or the external aspect of the body badly accepted by its owner. At present, the surgical techniques allow to practically re-shape nearly all parts of the body.
Cosmetic surgery must be distinguished from reconstructive surgery whose aim is to re-construct what nature, an illness, or traumatism has destroyed or deformed (for example repairing a breast after its ablation following cancer).
Cosmetic surgery has therefore an aim which is to transform the infamous into the harmonious, the beautiful.
It is about a medical act in its own right, practiced under the same conditions of safety and according to the same rules and leagal constraints of exercise in the same title as other surgical acts. It constitutes an exposure to the same advantages and to the same constraints, hazards and complications as any other surgical act.
The operations of cosmetic surgery are not covered by health insurance companies. This lack of reimbursement concerns not only the surgical act, but also the expenses related to the stay, anesthesia, fees for the operating theatre, transportation, and per diem …
For those who seem to be concerned about their image or wishing to correct a corporal disgrace. It is a phenomenon of society nowadays, even though that cosmetic considerations have in all ages been an important center of interest for both men and women. At present, the external image and youth are part and parcel of essential assets that we value immensely. Plastic surgery targets this aim. Its fundamental principle is not to bring about a change to look like the other but to correct a disgrace in order to nurture a feeling of internal well being. The ultimate goal is to harmonize the corporal envelope and the psyche.
Cosmetic surgery can be envisaged when a physical disgrace becomes sufficiently preoccupying so that one thinks that its treatment will lead to a better internal feeling and a social fulfillment.
There is still a special case:
Unglued ears: these can be operated as early as 7 years of age if the children ask for it and that this causes a real problem of integration in school.
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