Surgery and especially aesthetic medicine have become more and more common practices. The techniques (injections, laser, dermabrasion, resorbable notched son, mesolift, surgery) are now perfected. And to take full advantage, no need to wait for the wrinkles are already well established.
Physicians and cosmetic surgeons see women arriving in their offices, but also men, younger and younger. And some practitioners even recommend acting in their thirties.
From what age can one do plastic surgery? When to just start these treatments? Are not there risks to start too early? And is not this the door open to excessive behavior, even pathological?
The contents of this file are discussed different techniques of aesthetic medicine and surgery, with naturally natural tendencies (a subtle result, not too visible but sufficient yet). Today, people use these techniques to just look better, without wanting to have an overhaul.
We also take stock of the risks on the psychological side, as an addiction to medicine or cosmetic surgery. Some or some of them tend to exaggerate these treatments ...
Author: Charlène Catalifaud.
- Dr. Jean-Pierre Zammit, aesthetic doctor.
- Dr. Patrick Bui, plastic surgeon, department head of the Reconstructive and Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Unit of the American Hospital of Paris.
- Dr. Françoise Bartoli, psychiatrist .
Last updated: April 2014.