The plastic surgery specialty encompasses both reconstructive surgery and aesthetic surgery, popularly referred to as Cosmetic Surgery. Reconstructive surgery restores or improves physical function and minimizes disfigurement from accidents, disease or birth defects. While not essential to physical health, aesthetic surgery can make a significant contribution to the quality of life by improving the appearance of normal body features and enhancing self-image.
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An increasing number of Americans elect aesthetic surgery to change the way they look. Some have noticeable changes made, others subtle refinements. The decision to have aesthetic surgery is usually based on personal factors, as well as the accepted values of our society.