Beauty in Balance: A Common Sense Approach to Plastic by Allen D. Rosen, Valerie J. Ablaza

By Allen D. Rosen, Valerie J. Ablaza

In Beauty in Balance, well known board-certified plastic surgeons Allen Rosen, M.D., and Valerie Ablaza, M.D., provide another viewpoint to the present severe makeover fever. They clarify surgical and non-surgical own visual appeal recommendations in consumer-friendly phrases.

In this ebook, you'll find every thing you would like for attaining the implications you will want. the knowledge in Beauty in Balance might help you retain your pursuits lifelike and get ready your brain and physique to accomplish a extra attractive you. ''Drs. Rosen and Ablaza have supplied humans considering cosmetic surgery with a transparent, concise, and sincere evaluate of universal tactics played this day. practical expectancies are defined and dangers defined in order that potential sufferers could make cogent and knowledgeable judgements for themselves. The authors are to be congratulated.'' - Mark Sultan, MD, FACS; leader, department of Plastic and Reconstructive surgical procedure; Beth Israel clinical middle, big apple

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As with any medical or surgical procedure, there is always a possibility of unexpected or unwanted events. No surgery or procedure is completely free of risks, and the risks vary according to the type of procedure being done, your general health status, smoking history, and the length of surgery. It is in everyone’s best interest for you to understand all of the potential complications prior to the surgery. The risks of cosmetic surgery can be divided into two main groups; those that are common after all operations and those that are unique to a specific technique or procedure.

People needing or requesting an overnight stay must have their surgery in a hospital or in an ambulatory surgery center that is part of a hospital. Accreditation is an important piece of information to determine when researching a surgical center. You should check the credentials of any outpatient surgery center that you are considering to make sure it is safe and reliable. Look for centers that have a wellestablished track record good results and high-quality service. 32 BEAUTY IN BALANCE Beauty in Balance FINAL 32 12/7/05 5:40:13 AM Make sure that documentation of accreditation by one of the following nationally recognized accrediting organizations is clearly visible in the facility: • The American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities (AAAASF) • The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) • The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) • Medicare To check a facility’s accreditation status, you can contact the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Plastic Surgery Facilities (847-949-6058), the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (847-676-9610), or the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (847-916-5600).

You can also have implants placed in your cheeks, along your jawline, and in your chin to create better harmony with the rest of your face. It may be necessary to “relift” your face 10 to 15 years later due 50 BEAUTY IN BALANCE Beauty in Balance FINAL 50 12/7/05 5:40:22 AM to the natural effects of tissue relaxation, gravity and the ongoing aging process. However, it is less common to perform additional eyelid lifting surgery, and repeating a browlift, even decades later is usually unnecessary.

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