“Experience teaches only the teachable.”
Bad plastic surgery often indicates surgical errors in the plastic surgery procedure, although many times bad plastic surgery results from poor aesthetic choices by either the surgeon or the patient prior to surgery.
“Seulement Pour VIP” exclusively interviewed Dr. Tarek Husami, MD, Cosmetic, Plastic and hand surgeon. Graduated from New York University as a fellow of plastic surgery in 1990, he practiced in OHIO USA for 2 years before coming back to Lebanon AUH. Now in private practice.
WHEN DOES PLASTIC SURGERY MISTAKE OCCUR?
According to Dr Husami; Bad plastic surgery usually results from surgeon error, often when the ?surgeon? is practicing without a license. To avoid bad plastic surgery, patients should carefully screen their physicians, taking note of their credentials. Sometimes, bad plastic surgery results when patient and surgeon disagree on what can and should result from surgery. A bad plastic surgery experience can often be corrected by a surgeon with experience in correcting cosmetic surgical errors. Plastic surgery mistakes include improperly performed procedures, surgical errors, and poor post-operative care.
MOST COMMON ERRORS:
Causes: Referring to Dr. Husami, In facial surgery, bad plastic surgery can result from face-lifts that are too tight, causing asymmetry and tightness.
Results: Some victims of bad plastic surgery from face-lifts lose mobility or sensation in their faces due to damaged nerves. Bad facial plastic surgery can leave the patient looking wooden or unnatural. Some plastic surgery mistakes result in partial or full paralysis through nerve damage or tightened skin tissue.
Solution: Bad facial surgery can only be repaired if there is enough tissue left to do the job. Individuals who are seeking plastic surgery can help reduce the chance of plastic surgery mistakes by ensuring that their physician is fully accredited and certified.
PLASTIC SURGERY RISKS
As with any type of surgical procedure, there are plastic surgery risks that are associated with plastic surgery procedures. Plastic surgery risks are very small when they are performed by a Board certified plastic surgeon. Even with the highest level of expertise and care, every surgery carries risks and benefits that a patient should discuss thoroughly with their chosen surgeon prior to the procedure.
Causes: Plastic surgery risks often have to do with the patient’s health and emotional well being. If a person is not physically healthy or has a history of illness that might increase plastic surgery risks, they should be advised against having plastic surgery. Certain types of drugs and supplements may also increase plastic surgery risks. Smoking and alcohol consumption can also increase plastic surgery risks and should be stopped before surgery as recommended by a plastic surgeon.