According to the American Society of plastic surgeons, parents must assess the validity of the reasons why cosmetic surgery practice and ensure that your son/daughter is physically and mentally ready / a: does is the / the teenager who want the procedure? The / is the teenager who must be fully interested; and committed to the surgery. You is the / realistic adolescent about the benefits that would be obtained?The / the young must know the limited benefits that a procedure can generate. You is the / sufficiently mature teenager / a to appreciate the negative aspect?The / the young woman has a well considered decision and must be able to drive through the recovery process, sometimes difficult after surgery. Now or later? Surgeries are considered acceptable in adolescents: Rhinoplasty: is the most requested procedure among teenagers. It is a measure primarily aesthetic and usually chosen for social reasons. Considered that the nose reaches its final growth near the 13 or 14 years of age in girls and 15 or 16 years in children.
For this reason, surgeons approved this procedure for minors. However, the major risks, those associated with psychological aspects, persist at this stage of development. Otoplasty: ear reconstructive surgery. Its main causal is the prominence of the same and can be operated from the age of 8; age in which is considered has reached its final size. Correction of asymmetric breasts: when the volume of the breasts is notoriously asymmetrical (one bigger than the other) correction of Gynecomastia: condition in which tissue from the breast of man, notorious way increases its size. It is common in adolescence and sometimes is something temporary. Liposuction: surgery for weight loss more respondent.
Breast reconstruction: to reconstruct a breast after a removal. Risks and complications programs makeover television, tan popularized today in day, have provided a distorted picture of cosmetic surgery, faking a lack of risk. The truth is that a plastic surgery is a surgical procedure, and hence involves widespread surgeries all dangers and complications. It also exposes the patient to the specific risks of each procedure. General risks: complications of sedation or general anesthesia. Aspiration. I lost da abnormal blood. Blood clots (deep venous thrombosis) drop in blood pressure. Infections. Soltu ra of sutures. Some of the specific risks of cosmetic surgery: skin Necrosis. Asymmetry. Lethargic healing. Numbness or tingling. Irregularities, dimples, roughness, etc. Original author and source of the article