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Algeria Street, Uptown Mirdif, DXB, Dubai - 8.15 kilometers Algeria Street, Uptown Mirdif, DXB, Dubai - 8.15 kilometers
Cosmetic Medicine Plastic Surgery Dermatology
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Cosmetic Medicine Dermatology
What is Cosmetic Medicine?
Cosmetic medicine is the polar opposite of plastic surgery, although some surgeons specialise in a blend of cosmetic and plastic surgery, when a patient needs reconstruction with an aesthetic component. Essentially cosmetic medicine is all about a person’s appearance, while plastic surgery focuses more on function and form.
Also called aesthetic medicine, this is a very broad speciality covering a great many kinds of surgery and non-surgical procedures. They all focus on improving a person’s visual appearance through treating things like scarring, loose skin, wrinkles and lines, moles, liver spots, excess fat, cellulite, unwanted hair, discoloured skin and red spider veins.
What procedures can you find at a Cosmetic Medicine clinic?
- Breast surgery for men and women, including reduction, enhancement and lifts
- Tummy tuck
- Nose jobs and other facial surgeries
- Buttock augmentation and lifting
- Mole, skin tag and wart removal
- Botox – for appearance and to fight excess sweating
- Laser treatments
- Hair removal and hair transplants
- Fat injections and fat grafts
- Body contouring
- Vulvo-vaginal surgery
What should you expect at a Cosmetic Medicine clinic?
Every good cosmetic surgeon will take the time and make the effort to delve deep into your reasoning behind wanting to have elective surgery, the kind of surgery you don’t need but want. They have to make sure your expectations are both realistic and reasonable, and they will let you know if they are not. As such you’ll spend time talking to your surgeon while they take notes about your medical history and the way you feel about the part of your body that’s making you feel unhappy. Only when they know all the relevant facts about you, your health and well-being, will they suggest recommendations and next steps.