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Plastic surgery comprises three components.

The first one, plastic surgery, deals with interventions aiming at the improvement (beautification) of appearance, such as abdominoplasty, breast reduction, hand surgery.

Reconstructive surgery involves interventions to rectify congenital or acquired malformations, such as scar corrections due to an accident or burns, and reconstructions following cancer surgery.

Aesthetic surgery mainly deals with anti-ageing or rejuvenation surgery such as eyelid corrections, facelift, breast enlargement, liposuction ...

Nowadays, aesthetic surgery attracts much attention due to a growing number of television programmes enhancing its possibilities. These programmes make aesthetic surgery accessible to a larger part of the audience. People find it easier to talk about their problems and are more aware of the possibilities. Men too, seem to find their way to the aesthetic surgeon more and more often.

Obesity and the sometimes dramatic weight-loss following gastric procedures often necessitate plastic surgery to remove excess skin on the tummy, breasts, arms and thighs. Some of these interventions are partly reimbursed by your health insurance.