Dr Pavuluri Sreenivasa Rao is a Sr. Consultant Plastic Surgeon. He is a trusted, patient focused and experienced doctor with a long history of serving patients by successfully diagnosing, treating and also managing their illnesses and diseases.To view full profile Dr Pavuluri Sreenivasa
A cosmetic surgeon can be a general surgeon who has had additional training in aesthetic surgeries including liposuction, breast augmentation, and other procedures. Cosmetic surgery is a specialty that plastic surgeons can pursue.
All regions of the body, including the head and neck, can be treated with cosmetic surgery. Cosmetic surgery is a personal decision taken by the patient. Plastic surgeons as well as experts from other medical areas can do cosmetic surgery.
Dermatologists are dermatologists who specialise in skin care. They assist patients with identifying and treating problems with their hair, skin, and nails.
Patients and plastic surgeons collaborate to improve the appearance of their faces and bodies. They are medical surgeons trained in tissue transfers, laser surgery, and body reshaping.
Plastic surgery can be used to repair the abnormalities that have existed from birth such as cleft lip and palate, webbed fingers and birthmarks, areas damaged by removal of cancerous tissue like face or breast.
The most common plastic surgery procedures are:
Yes, surgery for birth abnormalities in children can be performed by a plastic surgeon who specialises in paediatric plastic surgery.
After the original wounds from a burn have healed, a plastic surgeon does reconstructive burn surgery. The surgery's purpose is to improve function while also restoring the skin's look. To improve scarred tissue, some of these operations require months of preparation.
Microsurgery can be used to reconstruct a breast by taking tissue from the leg or back, reattaching fingers, or performing plastic or reconstructive surgery on ears, noses, scalps, hands, fingers, tongues, toes, and other minor body parts. Microsurgery is frequently employed in the treatment of complicated cancer and trauma patients.
Craniomaxillofacial trauma, or facial and skull trauma, necessitates fast and correct diagnosis in order to assure adequate treatment, owing to the fact that trauma frequently results in complicated bone and soft tissue damage.
Despite the fact that plastic surgery has been shown to be extremely safe, no medical operation is without danger. This is true both during surgery and during the recovery period. You should check the qualifications of the surgeon before scheduling an elective procedure.