Journal of Universal Surgery

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Should we follow scientific rules while doing cosmetic intervention?

6th International Conference on PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
September 23, 2021 Webinar

Mohamed R. Hassan*, Ali Nizar Alshamary

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Baghdad, IRAQ
Pediatric Plastic Surgeon, Baghdad, IRAQ

Keynote: J Univer Surg


In the modern era of high demand for cosmetic intervention; weather surgical or nos-surgical; we are frequently facing a clients who came with an extreme ideas for cosmetic intervention (nonrealistic but can be done), and here is the delihma? To give them what they want, or be relactant and stick to the textbook rules. We always try to moderate the ideas, and always be flexible, as a client with fixed and sound request is always a good candidate to have than others without any clues, who stays in the grey zone. This applies to most of the intervention that we are dealing with from lip augmenations, to temporal brow lift, extreme rhinoplasty, skin and bone liposuctions. Textbooks always explain scientific application of interventions with modest changes to follow the norms, sometimes without considerations to the odds of patient desires and wills, while a client with a solid idea must be respected In doing any extreme intervention, the client should be thouroughly explained the pros and cons, to get ths big idea from doing as such, and always should keep a failsafe plan if anything goes the wrong way, or to plan a staged appraoch if the gaols cannot be met soon at once.

Biography :

Mohamed R. Hassan, MD, has completed his board degree in plastic and reconstructive surgery and is a fellow of Iraqi plastic surgeon association and Iraqi Medical association since 2016, he practice in his private clinic, which is now being expanded to multi-story multi—specialty cosmetic center in Baghdad, IRAQ. He joined many sceintific meetings and international workshops, and is a member of many international societies