A physician that works to improve or repair a part of a patient’s body is known as a plastic surgeon. This specialty may replace, or repair a part of the body that has been injured, lost, or developed improperly. Body parts such as the nose, ear, hands, limbs, and other facial structures are all common places for a plastic surgeon to operate. The cosmetic side of plastic surgery looks to reshape normal body parts for personal reasons. The reconstructive surgery works to repair a part of the body that has faced an injury from an illness, accident, or other situation. Procedures done by this type of physician include body shaping, laser surgeries, tissue transfers, and any trauma care.
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Plastic surgery techniques began in WWI. Due to the amount of issues and casualties surgeons were needing to improvise with treatment.
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