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La Transformatione' » FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)

Below you'll find some of the Frequently Asked Questions on Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgery. The list of questions is by no means exhaustive and you are encouraged to contact with your specific questions if they are not covered here. Please note that the information contained herein is primarily aimed at helping prospective patients, but by no means should the information supplied herein be taken as specific medical advice. Prospective patients are strongly recommended to consult in person for specific information and personal medical advice prior to making any decisions regarding Plastic, Reconstructive or Cosmetic Surgery.


What is Plastic Surgery?
Plastic Surgery is a surgical sub-specialty dedicated to the restoration of patients' facial and body parts injured or disfigured by trauma, burns, disease, developmental abnormalities or congenital defects. It also covers Cosmetic Surgery (also known as Aesthetic Surgery) which deals with improving specific features of patients as desired by them by means of such operations as facelift, rhinoplasty, breast augmentation etc. Please see the answer to the question "What is the difference between Cosmetic Plastic Surgery and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery?" for more details.


Does Plastic Surgery use "plastic"?
No. The term "plastic" as used in Plastic Surgery is derived from the Greek word "plastikos" and the Latin word "plasticere" both of which means "to mould". It does not refer to the actual materials used in the course of the surgery itself. Normally, the Plastic Surgeon will make use of the patient's own tissues from another location of the body to achieve the required results.


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How to Choose a Cosmetic Surgeon


How does a prospective patient choose their plastic surgeon? Every day I get patients asking me this very question. While ten years ago it was enough to confirm your surgeon was “board-certified”, unfortunately there are now too many improperly trained physicians masquerading as plastic surgeons that this is no longer sufficient. So what should a prospective patient look for in their plastic surgeon?


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