The NZ Foundation for Cosmetic Plastic Surgery with Lyn Barnes
Cosmetic Plastic Surgery alters parts of the body or face.
It is elective surgery, which means it is your choice.
For an informed choice you must have all the facts and answers to your questions
* Where will the surgery be performed?
* Will it be under a general or, local anaesthetic?
* How safe is it?
* What about side effects?
* How painful will the procedure be?
* Any scarring or swelling?
* What are the costs?
* What aftercare is offered?
Plastic surgeons in the New Zealand Foundation for Cosmetic Plastic Surgery wrote and published this guide of the most common and up-to-date cosmetic surgical procedures including:
-Prominent ear correction
-Breast reduction or enlargement
This book will not replace a full and frank consultation with a properly qualified surgeon who holds the qualification of FRACS in Plastic Surgery (Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons).
This guide includes a directory of surgeons who are committed to surgical excellence and answering all your questions and worries.
Clear and comprehensive, well designed and illustrated, original and written for New Zealanders interested in plastic surgery, this is an essential read.
Training in Plastic Surgery
Psychological Aspects of Cosmetic Surgery
What's Involved with Surgery
Blepharoplasty - Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery
The Facelift Operation
Rhinoplasty - Cosmetic Nose Surgery
Prominent Ears Correction
Birthmarks and Blood Vessel Disorders
Scar Revision and Wound Healing
The Future of Cosmetic Surgery
Soft cover, 1997, 167pages, very good condition