Cosmetic Surgery

Even in cases where the correction is so extensive as to be apparent, many plastic surgeons maintain that the patient does not have to admit to cosmetic surgery per se. One surgeon suggests that there is sometimes need for an excuse ...

Author: William E. Brown

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ISBN: UCAL:B3768050

Category: Surgery, Plastic

Page: 200

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Straight Talk about Cosmetic Surgery

With the lure of fame and fortune, plastic surgeons "play the game" and often become part of the problem. I wrote Are You Considering Cosmetic Surgery? in 1997, before the field exploded. Now in 2007, the book is ready for an update.

Author: Arthur W. Perry

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300121049

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 403

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Examines current surgical and nonsurgical appearance-changing procedures, assessing the benefits and possible complications, identifying ineffective treatments, and offering criteria for selecting good doctors and facilities.
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Cosmetic Surgery Without Fear

eam beauty - GLEN E-Public Librar- U.S. $24.95 c. the only 'll unced | BEFORE You Have Cosmetic Surgery From laser resurfacing to liposuction, facelifts and hair restoration, Cosmetic Surgery Without Fear provides up-to-date, ...

Author: Patricia Burgess

Publisher:

ISBN: 0966763009

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 284

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Discusses specific procedures as well as the decision-making involved with cosmetic surgery, such as selecting a doctor, paying for services, and recovery
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Cosmetic Surgery

SOCIOLOGY / WOMEN'S STUDIES / PUBLIC HEALTH " Deborah Sullivan's compelling book , Cosmetic Surgery : The Cutting Edge of Commercial Medicine in America , makes the case that what was once the fringe of American medicine has come to ...

Author: Deborah A. Sullivan

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 0813528607

Category: Medical

Page: 258

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Cosmetic surgery is big business. With demand rising, this commercial medical practice has become a modern body custom. To explain the emergence and growth of this demand, Deborah A. Sullivan looks beyond the cultural imperatives of appearance and examines the market dynamics inherent in the business and politics of cosmetic surgery. In so doing, she also considers the effect of commercialization on the medical profession. After reviewing prevailing beauty ideals, Sullivan looks at the social, psychological, and economic rewards and penalties resulting from the way we look. Following a historical overview of the technological advances that made cosmetic surgery possible, she explores the relationship between improved surgical techniques and the resulting increased dem∧ she also examines the ensuing conflict within the profession over recognition of commercial cosmetic surgery as a specialty. Among the topics covered are sensitive areas such as physician advertising, unregulated practice, and ambulatory surgery, and the consequences of commercialism on medical judgment. Finally, she reveals how physicians and their professional organizations have shaped the ways in which cosmetic surgery is presented in advertisements and women's magazines that would promote patient demand.
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Cosmetic Surgery

Future Directions There are many more under - examined aspects of contemporary cosmetic surgery that cry out for feminist attention . Cosmetic surgery is increasingly globalized , and little published feminist work explores the emerging ...

Author: Cressida J. Heyes

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 0754676994

Category: Social Science

Page: 284

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Leading feminist scholars have been brought together for the first time in this comprehensive volume to reveal the complexity of feminist engagements with the exponentially growing cosmetic surgery phenomenon. Offering a diversity of theoretical, methodological and political approaches Cosmetic Surgery: A Feminist Primer presents not only the latest, cutting-edge research in this field but a challenging and unique approach to the issue that will be of key interest to researchers across the social sciences and humanities.
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Key Issues in Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery

Gustavo A. Colon New Orleans, La., USA To really understand the historical position of aesthetic surgery, we have to evaluate earlier periods in which beauty was not considered something pleasurable, but rather changes and modifications ...

Author: Mutaz B. Habal

Publisher: Karger Medical and Scientific Publishers

ISBN: 9783805569705

Category: Medical

Page: 178

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This volume focuses on such topics as aesthetic plastic surgery of the face, calf implantation, silicone breast implants, angiosomes and extension of skin flaps, liposuction, cranial sutures, tenorrhaphy evaluation, and malpractice. Chapters, three of which are followed by editorial comments, review new and old principles, and some provide a history of procedures. The editors continue to address important, controversial topics and, in doing so, are providing a significant forum for communication and interaction between plastic surgeons and their colleagues in other medical disciplines.
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Cosmetic Surgery

Basic plastic surgery training places great emphasis on careful handling of body tissues to facilitate healing and minimize scar formation. This is of great importance in cosmetic surgery. As with all surgical disciplines, ...

Author: Norman Waterhouse

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780191607653

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 152

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Cosmetic surgery has become the subject of intense media and public interest in the last few years. It is unique amongst the surgical specialties in that prospective patients are directly targeted by advertising, and often, through the use of aggressive sales and marketing techniques. For the general public and potential patients, understanding the procedures and accessing high-quality care is problematic, and independent professional advice from an appropriately trained and experienced doctor is essential. This advice should include a realistic assessment of the benefits and complications of any treatment. This book provides a clear and informative guide to cosmetic surgery and an overview of the range of procedures now available. The book also features an explanation of what makes a well-trained cosmetic surgeon and how to choose one. Individual chapters are devoted to specific procedures including facelifting, breast surgery, eyelid and chin lifts, liposuction, lasers/peels, botox and fillers and abdominoplasty.
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Cosmetic Surgery

Each chapter includes patient selection and preparation, technique, complications, outcomes assessment, and references, and many illustrations that have been prepared specifically for this book.

Author: Robert Grant

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071760865

Category: Medical

Page: 312

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Full-color, step-by-step guidance on how to perform the most popular procedures in cosmetic surgery Using more than 250 full-color illustrations and photos, and clear, concise text, Cosmetic Surgery teaches you how to perform the latest and most in-demand surgical and non-surgical procedures in aesthetic plastic surgery. Each chapter includes patient selection and preparation, technique, complications, outcomes assessment, and references, and many illustrations that have been prepared specifically for this book. FEATURES: A consistent, easy-to-navigate approach that facilitates quick learning More than 250 full-color illustrations that clarify each step of every procedure Expert authorship by experienced plastic surgeons COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF: Facial surgeries including facelift, brow lift, blepharoplasty, otoplasty, rhinoplasty, and chin implants Breast surgery, body contouring, and bariatric plastic surgery including breast augmentation, breast reduction, abdominoplasty, brachioplasty, and liposuction Non-surgical options including Botox, injectable fillers, chemical peel, dermabrasion, and laser surgery Other considerations such as new developments in cosmetic surgery, the business of cosmetic surgery, and the public’s view of cosmetic surgery
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Cosmetic Surgery Gender and Culture

Jon Casimir, James Cockington and Richard Guilliatt interpret cosmetic surgery in 'Ninety Things that Defined the '90s', Sydney Morning Herald Good Weekend, 9 October 1999, p. 19. 2. Simply put, 'cosmetic surgery' can be distinguished ...

Author: S. Fraser

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230500228

Category: Social Science

Page: 243

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Women's magazines teem with its promises and horror stories; feminists ardently debate its status as harmful or heroic; surgeons and regulators compete to define which procedures can be offered and how. Through its representation, cosmetic surgery impacts on us all, not just those who go 'under the knife'. This book investigates the ways in which cosmetic surgery is shaping gender, and in the process, it questions contemporary cultural studies assumptions about how we read the media.
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Reflecting on Cosmetic Surgery

Advertisers 'preached the parable of the first impression', that life's fortunes could be destroyed or created by the immediacy of assessments occurring in first encounters and, although cosmetic surgery was not yet common practice, ...

Author: Jane Megan Northrop

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780415521390

Category: Medical

Page: 242

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Engaging the theme of appearance dissatisfaction expressed by women who had undergone cosmetic surgery, and its subsequent impacts upon body image and self-perception, this study concludes that shame and narcissism are interrelated processes, whereby the evaluations and amendments to appearance, and the notions of self and social acceptance which underpin it, are negotiated.
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