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Plastic reconstructive surgery is done for several reasons. You might have been born with a deformity, you might have been in some type of accident, or perhaps you have been burned someway to have reconstructive surgery.
The type of plastic surgery that specializes in removing surgical scars would be reconstructive plastic surgery. Reconstructive plastic surgery specializes in returning the body to normal after an accident or damage.
Since you already know that you need surgery, I doubt that you will be able to find coverage to cover it. You could check your state's medicaid rules and see if they can cover the surgery.
Yes, it would cover reconstructive plastic surgery-just not "elective" plastic surgery.
Numerous hospitals in the state of Texas offer reconstructive face surgery. Typically the doctor one uses has a relationship with certain medical centers and/or hospital. When you consult with your physician, this is a question that would be beneficial to ask.
i WOULD SAY NO, My mother had an mastomecty, and they wouldn't do it for her. Usually if it cosmetic they will not
There are a few reasons why someone would have ear lobe surgery. First is that the patient may have had an accident such as a card wreck and needs reconstructive surgery. Another reason is that perhaps there is an infection in the area that needs to be treated.
A 'typical' hermaphrodite would be an earthworm.
It may be extremely difficult to get cosmetic surgery on the National Health Service. Many would say that the health service simply cannot afford to offer cosmetic surgery. If you need reconstructive surgery, such as after mastectomy, then you would be considered for surgery including cosmetic improvement. Surgery purely for vanity reasons is likely to be rejected at most, if not all, NHS Hospitals
No reputable doctor would perform plastic surgery for cosmetic purposes until the person is fully grown, the exception would be reconstructive surgery in the event of disfigurement. However it is an elective surgery and there may be some out there who will, its not illegal just unadvised.
There are two major categories of plastic surgery. 1) reconstructive surgery and 2) cosmetic surgery . There is no age where reconstructive surgery is contraindicated. For major cosmetic surgery such as tummy tuck, liposuction, and breast augmentation; most plastic surgeons require that a patient is 18 years of age and able to sign their own informed consent form. There are exceptions to this rule. Some procedures are both cosmetic and reconstructive in nature, such as a young girl who fails to develop one breast or a benign mole in an unsightly location such as the tip of the nose. Many plastic surgeons would do these "cosmetic" procedures in patients younger than 18. I am a plastic surgeon in Utah (Dr. York Yates) and would not offer a purely cosmetic procedure such as breast augmentation for larger breasts alone to a patient under 18 years of age.
Talk to her very carefully about things that would create sexual and erotic thoughts in her mind. If she gets a boner or tries to cover up her ....whatever, she has a dick. HOwever, that might mean she might be a tranny, so all you have to do is ask her about motherhood, and if she thinks she could do it. if yes, shes a herm. if no, shes a tranny. but i think there is surgery to become a hermaphrodite
It really depends on what kind of surgery you are having done. My plastic surgeon told me that cosmetic surgery is usually not near as painful as reconstructive surgery. This would be due to the fact that with reconstructive surgery you are, essentially, repairing or rebuilding a deformed part of the body. I can vouch that reconstructive surgery is very painful, both immediately after surgery & in the long run. I was born with microtia & had to have my entire left ear completely reconstructed about 7 months ago. I've been through three surgeries & every one of them has been very painful. The doctor told me it would probably be a year before my ear, collarbone & ribs stopped hurting completely. The ribs & collarbone due to the skin grafts & cartilage that had to be extracted to rebuilt my ear. And with skin grafts, the chance of them being rejected is always a worry. Through my experience, I would not suggest any form of plastic surgery unless you have greatly thought it out or if it is necessary. I certainly would not have had these surgeries if it was not for the fact that they were absolutely necessary. Then again, it's different for every person, so I would thoroughly discuss any type of surgery with an accredited plastic surgeon.
An earthworm is a hermaphrodite, which exchanges sperm with another worm to reproduce.
Plastic Surgery is designed for people who not only would like to improve the appearance of their face, breasts, buttocks, and abdomen, but those who require plastic and reconstructive surgeries caused by accidents, genetic defects and other injuries. These are the people who benefit from plastic surgery and consider this as an advantage.
No its not, Cosmetic surgery is designed for people who not only would like to improve the appearance of their face, breasts, buttocks, and abdomen, but those who require plastic and reconstructive surgeries caused by accidents, genetic defects and other injuries. So it still depends on your choice.
Plastic surgery can be divided into two branches: 1) reconstructive surgery and 2) cosmetic surgery. Examples of reconstructive surgery would be surgery used to try to restore appearance and/or function to people who have sustained trauma or have been disfigured by cancer treatments. A recent example in the news is Angelina Jolie choosing to have bilateral breast reconstruction after her preventive mastectomies. Other examples would include treatment of burn scars or reconstruction of a person's nose after cancer surgery. Cosmetic surgery is intended to improve on what are essentially normal anatomic situations such as reshaping an otherwise normal nose or chin. In the largest study of its kind to date, research published in the journal Clinical Psychological Science reports that cosmetic surgery patients could experience more joy in life, a higher sense of satisfaction and greater self-esteem. When comparing the results of the psychological tests of the surgical patients to those who had not had cosmetic surgery, people who underwent surgery had higher self-esteem, experienced less anxiety and felt healthier overall. Additionally, those who opted for the procedure reported that they were happier with their bodies as a whole, not just the area on which they had work done.
There are no records that Queen Elizabeth was a hermaphrodite and since she was royal a record would have been made at the time of her birth.
This would be a wonderful side-effect of dental surgery; if you couldn't play an instrument before surgery.......then, after surgery you COULD!!
Cosmetic Surgery and InsuranceTypically, Cosmetic surgery and all other "elective" surgery is NOT covered under Medical Insurance policies unless the procedure is of a medical necessity. Corrective Cosmetic SurgeryIn general, for an insurance company to cover a plastic surgery, the surgery needs to be deemed medically necessary. Reconstructive surgery is considered medically necessary by many insurance companies if you are receiving reconstructive surgery after an accident or an additional medically necessary surgery (for example, breast reconstruction after a mastectomy). Nasal surgery performed with a diagnosis of deviated septum are considered medically necessary and normally some cosmetic repair is performed at the same time.Breast reduction can be medically necessary in certain circumstances.What is typically not medically necessary is breast implants (no previous mastectomy), face lifts, liposuction, abdominoplasty to remove excess skin around the abdomen, etc.Plan provisions vary widely. Even one insurance carrier can have 20 different plans available, each with variances regarding covered/non covered services. It is always best to contact your insurance company directly.
If they are Jewish perhaps there would be no reason for it though.
That would be a hermaphrodite.
You can't. It would be awesome if you could, but you can't.
She was a beautiful woman. I doubt very much an Hermaphrodite Queen would have attracted men like Sir Walter Raleigh and Lord Essex.
It is by "Wants" or "Needs", people who not only would like to improve the appearance of their face, breasts, buttocks, and abdomen, but those who require plastic and reconstructive surgeries caused by accidents, genetic defects and other injuries.