Although it is now common to talk about plastic surgery and to keep abreast of all developments in this branch of medicine, it is also true that there are many myths and truths about it are not always known.
Let us see some of these myths and facts about plastic surgery:
It is a myth the belief that it is the same aesthetic plastic surgery. Both terms are not identical, since they use the terms “plastic surgery” and “cosmetic surgery” interchangeably when in fact it is cosmetic surgery which is responsible for the appearance of a persona, taking the perspective of aesthetic beauty.
It is a fact that cosmetic surgeons can perform plastic surgery, since they are fully qualified to do so. They have knowledge and a high level of training and practice that qualifies them to perform all cosmetic techniques.
Also, it is a fact that treatments such as Botox, liposuction, and microdermabrasion has become very popular with men, increasingly, turning to cosmetic surgery to find solutions to their aesthetic.
In addition, a survey by the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, Results indicated that the five most popular treatments for men are:
- Hair transplantation
- Laser hair removal
On the other hand is a myth that breast augmentation can repair sagging breasts, as there is a specific way of addressing this problem is through a breast lift.
It is true that most men have the security conditions and personal appearance affects their ability to succeed in the profession or get a promotion in his job. This was confirmed to a consumer survey to make the AACS, where the result was that 83% of men have the assurance that your personal appearance is key to career success.
It is also true that it is totally safe to breastfeed when you have a breast implant. Breastfeeding, when you have implants, it is perfectly safe, if it is true that breast milk can absorb an amount of silicone, but this is not considered harmful to the baby. Even the Institute of Medicine IOM encourages women who have breast implants if you are able to do so.
On the other hand and on the same subject is a myth that breast implants increase the risk of breast cancer. Even the Institute of Medicine (IOM) has found evidence that breast implants do not cause breast cancer, although the subject remains central to routine screening with a view to prevention.
It’s a myth that liposuction is an easy way to lose weight, since the surgeon always recommends the patient before undergoing liposuction lose as much weight as possible to make the results more successful.
It is also a myth that liposuction removes cellulite and beyond erase when you remove the layer of fat just beneath the skin can worsen the appearance of the “orange peel”.
And last is a myth that fat once again made liposuction. The fat returns after liposuction. This type of treatment it does is reduce the amount of fat cells in specific areas and once removed do not recur.