What "hide" rhinoplasty and otoplasty? Car accidents, accidents and variousextraordinary events leave deep wounds in the life of the victims not only in the soul, but also on the body. And if the former pass themselves or are easily cured by a psychologist, the latter may not be curable and, in any case, will leave a memory for themselves for many years in the form of postoperative sutures and scars. Fortunately over the past few decades, plastic surgery has done qualitative, you can even say seven-mile steps forward. It became available to everyone, because even low-income people can afford the simplest plastic surgery. The surgeons became more qualified, and many began to literally perform miracles, a striking example of this - the appearance of most stars of modern show business). There were practically no side effects, and the number of deaths (some time ago there were deaths even from rhinoplasty and liposuction) was practically reduced to zero. A separate word can be said about operations on the nose. For some reason, this part of the body does not suit people most. And in fact, only 20% of such operations are performed to correct acquired nose defects, in other cases this is an easy correction at the whim of patients. Now, to make the nose plasty, which prices are falling rapidly due to the constantly growing demand, can be done in each clinic, and is considered a fairly "standard" procedure such as facelift or liposuction. Less common than rhinoplasty, but still very popular is the operation on the ears. Despite the fact that otoplasty, the prices of which are equivalent to the prices for rhinoplasty, is an easier procedure, and can be carried out as often as removing wrinkles (in the sense of having no consequences for the structure of the organ), dealing with it is absolutely perpendicular to the operations on the nose. Only three out of ten people eliminate congenital defects, in other cases, operations are performed to eliminate acquired defects (most of these operations are restoration of the integrity of the auricle). If plastic surgery will develop in the same direction, in the near future we will be able to completely change our appearance in a few minutes. For someone it's good, but someone does not like it at all. But the fact remains, plastic goes giant steps forward, and is still considered a relatively young science, which is still ahead. We advise you to read: