Experts once predicted about the possibility of the time when altering oneself including the way one looks will very well be under reach. While this seemed like a far-fetched prediction, somehow we have made it to the century where nothing is impossible. Science has a way of reshaping the world in any given length or width, however, only the time will tell if it is for the better or worse. Speaking of marvels of modern day scientific developments, we now have a name for such a treatment; it is termed as ‘Plastic Surgery’.
What is ‘Plastic Surgery’?
Plastic surgery is nothing but the procedure of reconstructing or reshaping a particular body part by the transfer of tissue. It is executed either in an event of injury or for other cosmetic reasons. It is categorized as a specialized form of surgery which is capable of changing a person’s appearance. Unlike how people, in general, perceive a plastic surgery to be, it does not involve external artificial matter. It can be termed as something which more or less involves reconstructive procedures.
Plastic Surgery in India
India is often considered as one of the best destinations when it comes to plastic surgery. It is known for providing the latest and the safest techniques for carrying out any form of surgery. The skilled surgeons can rightly be termed as craftsmen, the ones that have perfected their art to achieve the finest of results. However, the rate of success largely depends upon the following factors.
The overall health of the patient
Type of procedure to be performed
Experience of the surgeon
The different types of surgeries which are carried out in India include Facelift, Rhinoplasty, liposculpting, Eyelid Surgery, Breast Reduction, Breast Augmentation, Breast Lift, Tummy Tuck and Body Lift. The cost of each of the above varies from one region to the other. The average cost ranges from 20,000 INR to 2,50,000 INR in a private hospital.
Now, before we enter this delusional world where everything is possible, ask yourself, do you actually need one?
In the majority of the cases, it is the want that takes a toll on a person’s mind more than the actual need. Every individual who opts for a plastic surgery or cosmetic surgery falls in one of the following categories. In the first category, the person is completely satisfied with his or her appearance, however, has question popping what if? The second category is the one where the person knows exactly what he or she desires. A candidate is willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done. In most cases, the younger crowd falls in the second category.
Reconstructive process: These include correction of defects on face and body. Defects such as the ones which are from birth; cleft lips, ear deformities, palates etc. The reconstructive procedure helps an individual overcome traumatic injuries on account of dog bites, burns etc. Also, it helps in the aftermath of treatments like that of the rebuilding of a woman's breast after a breast cancer surgery.
Cosmetic use: Here a part of the body is altered. The one that the person is not satisfied with and wishes to reconstruct as per his or her liking. Reshaping of the nose – (nose surgery), altering the breast size (breast augmentation) and also removing pockets of fat from specific body parts are some of the most common forms of cosmetic surgeries.
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Is plastic surgery the need of the hour?
In a world where everything is already available at one's disposal, it is quite natural to have second thoughts about it being worth going for. Same is the question that one should be asking when it comes to plastic surgery.
Is changing the appearance a good idea? Just like everything else, there are both acceptable and erroneous reasons.
Simply changing the physical appearance just to fit in is probably something that one should rethink. Especially the teens, as there is no way that such a surgery can act as a life changer. Surgeons even consider spending hours interviewing the candidates to make sure if they are mature enough to understand the sensitivity of the matter.
Things that the candidate should consider
A large chunk of an adolescent crowd is self-conscious by nature and is willing to go to any lengths to get accepted by the masses. The best way to tackle such an obstacle is by being patient and accepting the things the way they are. As in most cases, this insecurity changes over a period of time. One of the best ways to combat such a situation is by asking the following question. Are you are doing this because you think it is for your own betterment or simply to please someone else.
One of the biggest revelations is the fact that a person’s body constantly changes. There are chances that the body parts which might appear to be deformed in the outer shell may start appearing to be proportionate. Choosing a plastic surgery as the first and the only option is never a good idea. Resorting to the plastic surgery only makes sense for extreme cases where all the other possible options have been attempted and deemed unsuccessful.
Considering the above pointers, it can rightly be said that plastic surgery is not something that one should rush into. It is better to gather as much information as possible. It is recommended that one consults the experts and only after having laid the facts consider going for the surgery.
Some of the renowned hospitals which have contributed to the increasing success rate of plastic surgeries in India are:
Paras Hospital, Gurgaon
Global Hospital, Chennai
Fortis Hospital, Bannerghatta, Bangalore
Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon
The Cosmetic Surgery Institute, Mumbai