Who makes the fantastic leap from being sick, or gaining some weight over the winter, to a conclusion of plastic surgery?
She talks to Anna Nemtsova about communicating with aliens, her plastic surgery—and why she will never have children.
Is it plastic surgery—or the work of a clever makeup artist?
In her first American interview, she oozed on about how dating George Clooney is “better than plastic surgery.”
Hidden inside some of the health-care reform plans is a penalty for plastic surgery and other elective cosmetic procedures.
It came to the attention of a wealthy man who volunteered to pay for plastic surgery.
As a baby she got a nitric acid burn, later repaired by plastic surgery.
But, externally, a Kerothi would need only a touch of plastic surgery and some makeup to pass as an Earthman in a stage play.
Rhī′noplast, one who undergoes this operation; Rhī′noplasty, plastic surgery of the nose.
In bonegrafting, plastic surgery, dentistry and nose and throat surgery the application of a 10 per cent.
plastic surgery n.
Surgery to remodel, repair, or restore body parts, especially by the transfer of tissue.
|plastic surgery |
The branch of surgery that deals with the remodeling, repair, or restoration of body parts, especially by the transfer of tissue.
Surgery that repairs or reconstructs a body part. Plastic surgery is used to correct physical defects and to rebuild parts of the body that have been damaged by trauma or disease. Some examples of plastic surgery are breast reconstruction for women who have undergone a mastectomy and skin grafting for burn victims.