Plastic Surgery Simulator

Plastic Surgery Simulator

Kaeria Eurl is a multimedia company involved with high tech websites and software creations. It was founded almost a decade and a half ago and it is located in Saint-Germain Paris in France. They are creative and competent in the work that they undertake. This qualifies them as trustworthy and a dynamic company. The plastic surgery simulator for windows is a simple but powerful application that will allow you to modify photos to simulate plastic surgery results on anyone's face and body. As a specific purpose software, a custom and convenient interface were developed more suited for virtual plastic surgery. This would enable you to view the possible outcome of the real surgery. The product comes in the format of an application software that has to be installed in your device. The intended party to use the said software must be adults according to the applicable legislation. Minors may only use this software application only with the assistance of a parent or a guardian. For you to use the application software, you should have editorial skills and a bit of drawing. This is one of the reasons it is limited to adults only and not persons under the age of thirteen.

Plastic Surgery Simulator Summary


4.6 stars out of 11 votes

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Creator: Kaeria EURL

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Highly Recommended

Plastic Surgery Simulator is a professionally made product. Professionally done by acknowledged experts in this area of expertise.

In conclusion, I would say that the learning curve for this software is quite steep and lengthy to get the full benefits from it's use. But if you are prepared to put in the hours needed to learn it's full capabilities this piece of software will give you many times that back. I can recommend this software to anyone.

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Short Scar Periareolar Inferior Pedicle Reduction Spair Mammaplasty

Breast Reduction Scar

Reast reduction offers an opportunity rarely seen in plastic surgery, for not only is there too much volume, there is too much skin. With a sound operative strategy, excellent technique, and a discerning artistic eye, the sculpting of an artistic and stable breast shape can occur every time, and now we can do it with half the scar What an exciting time to be a plastic surgeon.

Luis H Toledo Pereyra and Alexander Horacio Toledo

During this time, surgeons also made significant advances in more delicate procedures. Improvements in addressing facial injuries and wound reconstruction were aided by the development of detailed plastic surgery techniques. Complex facial trauma challenged surgeons to provide innovative means of closure. It was behind the battlelines that American surgeons learned the early secrets of reconstructive surgery. While heralding these advances, it should be remembered that only in the climate of adequate analgesia were these accomplishments possible. As was mentioned before,26 anesthesia was performed with excellent results and minimal morbidity and mortality. Common agents included chloroform and ether. However, in spite of these focused advances reached during the Civil War, surgical knowledge was limited and physicians were still frequently overwhelmed by disease and infection. This state persisted until at least the 1880s when the germ theory and aseptic principles helped establish a...

Pedicle Choices in Breast Reduction

Breast Innervation

There is no best way to perform breast reduction. As with any other procedure in plastic surgery, the best technique may be that one which the surgeon has mastered and with which he or she is most confident. In the following chapters, the reader will be exposed to different techniques using different or modified pedicles in breast reduction. The authors present the fruits of their experience and errors over many years of breast surgery. All of them have performed a variety of techniques before settling on their preferred way, again using the accumulated wisdom and experience of the surgeons before them. All the above-described pedicles or their modifications are reliable, and they may work in experienced hands for every breast reduction. However, some pedicles are preferred to others in different circumstances, and it is imperative that young surgeons be aware of the pros and cons of each pedicle in order to generate a good outcome. 11. Skoog T (1974) Plastic Surgery New Methods and...

Dysmorphophobia F452 Body Dysmorphic Disorder 3007

Dysmorphophobic worry about how one looks or smells can cause handicap like that from social phobia. The phobia may be of being too short or too tall, too thin or too fat, being bald or having a big nose or bat ears or a protruding bottom, or being too flat-chested or too bosomy as a woman. Sufferers are endlessly preoccupied with minor or totally imagined body defects that are not evident even to the keenest observer. Severe dysmorphophobia can lead to avoidance of public transport or going on holiday or looking in a mirror, to dropping one's friends, to becoming a recluse, and to a quest for plastic surgery. Anxiety about one's body odour may cause excessive washing, endless use of deodorants and social avoidance.

Vertical Mammaplasty The Era of Maturity

Breast reduction is one of the most difficult operations in plastic surgery because it should produce a beautiful, symmetrical, and durable result with minimal scarring. Raymond Vilain, the humorist of our profession, used to say that it takes 5 years to learn how to operate a breast properly and 5 more years for the other. In addition, so many techniques are described that it is a real challenge to choose the best. Changes in our habits are difficult to make. I started using the technique in the late 1980s and was soon enthusiastic about the results. With the considerable experience accumulated by our team at the Department of Plastic Surgery of the University of Brussels, I had the opportunity to demonstrate and teach it in many meetings during the last decade of the century, adding my efforts to those of Lassus. Other surgeons who tried vertical mammaplasty contributed to the spread of the technique with a snowball effect, and I believe that all trainees in plastic surgery are now...

Raman C Mahabir Jochen Son Hing Alda L Tam and Alex D Vastardis

Modern surgical practices, especially those of plastic surgery, have their origins in ancient Indian civilization. While Greece influenced medicine in the West, Arabic medicine was the authority in Europe before the 17th century. Since the Ayur Veda literature was translated into Arabic and Persian by the 11th century, it is logical to assume that the practices developed in the Indus Valley went not only East, as far as Japan, but also West, to influence medicine today. Perhaps the Hindu peoples' greatest contribution to medicine is their pioneering work in plastic surgery. Physical mutilation was a routine punishment for crime in Hindu society and, as a result, can be looked upon as a chief cause for the introduction of plastic surgery measures to repair the ear and nose. It is well documented that plastic surgery was practiced in India more than 2000 years ago. At that time, removal of the nose was the punishment for an adulterer. The art of rhinoplasty was practiced by many early...

The media friend or enemy

It is interesting to ask in what ways the media work to disadvantage those who feel that they are unattractive. Some people believe that the media have promoted the idea that physical beauty and perfection is a normal thing in society and that those who are unattractive are few and far between. They say that this is the reason that the demand for plastic surgery has increased over recent years, with people trying to gain this supposedly 'normal' appearance artificially.

Different Approaches for Different Breasts

Techniques for breast reduction and mastopexy have evolved, as have philosophical concepts. The goal of a mastopexy or a reduction mammaplasty is to achieve breasts with pleasant appearance and firm, adequate size and form with minimal scarring and low rate of complications. Lactation and sexual functions must be preserved. If performed properly, the results are long lasting. The reason women demand aesthetic plastic surgery on their breasts is that they dislike aspects related to their appearance such as volume, shape, or consistency. Patients who undergo a reduction mammaplasty or mastopexy know beforehand that there will be a scar after the surgery. Every breast is different therefore,every operation is different, and so the scars are different, in quality and appearance, regardless of length. It is the appearance of the scar that matters, not its length.

Melissa Chen

The experience of large numbers of surgeons stimulated innovations in other surgical procedures. Larrey developed the semicircular needle with a lancet-shaped cutting point. The Hodgen splint, still used today for femur fractures, was introduced in 1863 by Civil War surgeon John Hodgen. Plastic surgery emerged in the Civil War with the first total facial reconstruction in history, performed by Dr. Gordon Buck, a contract surgeon for the Union Army. Such techniques, learned and mastered by thousands of surgeons through hard experience, were carried back to civilian life, thereby elevating the general level of medical care available to the world.

Bone and skin

Finite-element techniques can cope with large, highly non-linear deformations, making it possible to model soft tissues such as skin. When relatively large areas of skin are replaced during plastic surgery, there is a problem that excessive distortion of the applied skin will prevent adequate adhesion. Finite-element models can be used to determine, either by rapid trial-and-error modelling or by mathematical optimisation, the best way of

Getting Good Results

Because they are most familiar with the skin, dermatologists are the surgeons least likely to experience complications with surgery or healing and are also the best qualified to prevent, recognize, and treat complications before they become a significant problem. There are also many highly qualified laser surgeons from the fields of general plastic surgery (also called plastic and reconstructive surgery), facial plastic surgery (trained primarily as ear, nose and throat surgeons), and oculoplastic surgery (trained primarily as ophthalmologists or eye surgeons). Another excellent indicator of cosmetic laser surgeons' skills and abilities are their professional activities in this field. Active surgeons are innovators who develop improved surgical techniques, present their results at national and international meetings of surgical societies, and publish their findings in peer reviewed medical journals. (Peer review is an anonymous editorial process in which...


It is very difficult to invent a new technique in plastic surgery nowadays. Something new is something old that has been forgotten, so we still adopt old ideas in order to improve them to incorporate them into our contemporary techniques. Skoog was the first to describe the lateral dermoglandular pedicle 12 . The concept of pedicle rotation medially 4,13-14 or laterally in breast reduction has been reported by many authors 12,15,16 . However, these authors have not relied on determined anatomical structures for their techniques. The septum-based mammaplasty is an evolution of the lateral and medial pedicle techniques to improve sensitivity of NAC after reduction mammaplasty and to enhance blood supply to the pedicle by preserving the intercostal perforators in the septum. Many authors recommend minimal skin undermining 4, 6, 17 . Therefore, I have adopted a technique that maintains the attachment of the gland onto the overlying skin through the superficial fascial system 8 without...