The branch of medicine that deals with therapeutic or cosmetic reformation of tissue
Plastic surgery is a field of medical practice that concentrates on both the enhancement and refinement of specific features of the body, as well as restoring or reconstructing facial or body parts.
A subspecialty of medicine and surgery that may treat any area of the head, neck, and body in order to enhance a patient's appearance or correct an apparent irregularity.
Operative or reconstructive treatment for conditions related to congenital and acquired physical deformities.
The surgical speciality dealing with the restoration and repair of various external defects.
This medical field deals with cosmetic and reconstructive surgery on various parts of the body, including skin, face, hands, and breasts, among others. Plastic surgery is used to repair, reconstruct, or replace the form and function of a body part. It can be elective, as in a facelift, or medically necessary to treat an injury from accident or disease.
surgery concerned with therapeutic or cosmetic reformation of tissue
a branch of surgery concerned with the repair, restoration, or improvement of lost, injured, defective, or misshapen parts of the body
The surgical repair or modification of tissue and/or bone for restoration and rehabilitation or cosmetic purposes.
Surgical repair and reconstruction of the skin and related structures which may or may not be cosmetic, yet having esthetic results. Provider lookup see: Surgery – Plastic & Reconstructive or Surgery – Oral/Facial Plastic
surgical correction, reconstruction or restoration to improve the shape and appearance of body structures that are defective, or damaged or misshapen by injury, disease or growth and development
Surgery for reconstructive or cosmetic purposes.
Surgery performed for the purpose of reconstruction and/ or repair, rectification, or aesthetic enhancement to the shape, beauty or function of body structures that have been made defective, damaged, or misshapen by injury, malady, or developmental growth. See also Cosmetic Surgery.
Process of reconstructing or repairing parts of the body by the transfer of tissue to treat injuries or for cosmetic purposes.
An operation that restores or improves the appearance of body structures.
Plastic surgeons correct problems caused by birth defects, injuries, cancer and aging. This may include repairing cleft lip and palate, difficult wounds, hand surgery, microsurgery or cosmetic surgery of the face, neck and body.
The repair, reconstruction or replacement of form and function involving the skin, face, hands, extremities, breasts and external genitalia is treated.
The field of surgery concerned with reducing scarring or disfigurement that may occur as a result of accidents, birth defects , or treatment for diseases, such as melanoma . See the entire definition of Plastic surgery
A specialty focusing on corrective operations to the face, head, and body to restore function as well as appearance.
Surgical treatment for restoration of function or for cosmetic purposes. Find a plastic surgeon
the surgical specialty that deals with the reconstruction of facial and body tissue that requires a reshaping or remolding due to disease, a defect, or disorder - in order to approximate a normal appearance or to repair working ability.
Repair or reconstruct defects or imperfections present from birth or caused by injury, aging, or disease (i.e. breast reconstruction after breast cancer surgery).
Plastic surgeons provide plastic and reconstructive surgery to correct congenital, traumatic and cancer-related defects.
surgery concerned with the repair or restoration of defective or missing structures, frequently involving the transfer of tissue from a part to another, sometimes including the use of prosthetic materials.
Surgery to correct functional and cosmetic deformities of the face, head, body, and extremities. Repairs scars or burned skin, reconstructs structures destroyed by cancer or accidents, performs surgery to correct congenital abnormalities or to improve the appearance of a part of the body.
the branch of surgery dealing with the repair or enhancement of malformed, injured, or lost organs or tissues
Surgery to remodel, repair, or restore body parts, especially by the transfer of tissue.
Medical surgery to improve appearance and function of body.
The medical specialty dealing with the surgical repair of external physical defects
the surgical specialty that deals with the restoration or improvement of the appearance of body structures
The repair, restoration, or reconstruction of different parts of the body. Plastic and reconstructive surgeons not only perform elective cosmetic surgery to improve appearance, they also repair and reconstruct the facial features and bodies of patients with conditions caused by burns, injuries, diseases and congenital deformities.
Plastic surgery is a specialty that uses surgical techniques to change the appearance and function of patients' bodies. Some of these operations are called "cosmetic", and others are called "reconstructive".
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