Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and Little Invasive Procedures

Is Plastic surgery right for me? What can I expect?

Why? When Where? How?

Every year, many patients, men and women, undergo aesthetic plastic surgery and non-surgical treatments. The published related information is overwhelming. Magazines and talk shows feature the hottest new procedures as magic changes.

With this diagnosis it is important to take into account that while certain techniques may be great for some patients, may not provide the desired results for everyone.

If you are thinking about aesthetic plastic surgery and ancillary treatments, this web can help you in your decision-making.

You will learn whether aesthetic medical techniques, both surgical and non-surgical are for you, what they can and cannot achieve, and how to take a realistic decision in light of the proposed results.

This site explores how aesthetic surgery and minimally invasive treatments can enhance your self – image. It will give you the answers to many questions regarding indications, techniques and results.

After browsing my site, I hope that you’ll be able to find some sincere answers to many questions regarding this specialty.

The following images and texts will allow you to learn more about the different realistic possibilities to start thinking about a change.

And remember that a personal interview with a certified plastic surgeon is the best if not the only way to start understanding about your needs.

And now let’s go back to the questions and think about the answers:

Why? Because I would like to change some external aspects, I feel self-conscious about and I think that plastic surgery and non-surgical procedures can improve some aesthetic looks.

When?  When I feel psychologically ready to take the decision. When according to physical examination and laboratory tests my body is in adequate conditions for surgery.

Where? Where appropriate and certified surgical facilities are able to provide scientifically proved procedures according to plastic surgery societies’ standards.

How? Please start browsing this site

Patricio F. Jacovella M.D.